Node.js Team/Tech Lead

Company
DataArt Armenia
Category
Job Address
Application Deadline
IT
Yerevan, Armenia
24/03/2021
Responsibilities
- Cross-functional technical team management - Participate in knowledge sharing and offer recommendations for improving the solution - Integration of user-facing elements developed by backend developers with server side logic - Writing reusable, testable, and efficient code - Design and implementation of low-latency, high-availability, and performant applications - Implementation of security and data protection - Help with the implementation of back-end of the solution - Technical assessment of new features and their incorporation into the solution - Integration of data storage solutions
Required Qualifications
- 4+ years of experience in backend development using Node.js - Experience with AWS Lambda - Experience with React - Experience with REST APIs - Proficiency in object-oriented programming (OOP), object-oriented design (OOD), and design patterns - Experience with databases (SQL and No-SQL) - Good spoken English
Application Procedures
Please submit your application to careers.yerevan@dataart.com mentioning the position title in the subject line. We will be in touch with you shortly. Thanks! Please mention in your application that you have learned about this position from MyJob.am
Additional Information
Our client is a fintech startup located in London. They have created a software platform and an open API for the banking industry. The open API allows fintech enterprises to access banking services, create digital wallets, connect them, receive, send, and convert funds, launch cards, and administer loans. We are looking for a Node.js specialist who will join the team and work on creating internal services and integrating the platform with external services. The project uses AWS, AWS Lambda, NodeJS, Closure, RDS, and Fargate. Note that we hire specialists not to the project, but to one of DataArt’s companies. If the project is over, or you become uncomfortable in it, you can discuss a transition to another project.
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