Frontend Software Engineer

SB / OC (Costa Mesa) / if LA then occasional office visits
Comp Range:
H1B transfers only – no new sponsorships.

Our client is a tech startup that's significantly improving the patient experience in healthcare.

Right now they're looking for a Frontend Software Engineer to help build their Single Page Applications and Frontend features in React/Redux and TypeScript.

Added perk is they are a remote-first culture (with occasional visits to the office after Covid-19).

  • Collaborate with both technical & non-technical teams, including Product, QA, and UX
  • Break down requirements, plan & estimate tasks using agile methodologies
  • Build out new features & functionality on the WELL platform
  • Write high quality, effective tests to prevent bugs & grow test coverage, in order to improve product stability & increase team velocity
  • Participate in team discussions to define & implement new technologies & coding standards
Job Requirements
  • Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science (or Equivalent Experience) with a strong grasp of CS fundamentals
  • Up to date on the latest Javascript features and capabilities
  • 2+ years building web applications using various frameworks, including React
  • Ability to translate designs into styles using preprocessors such as SASS
  • Proficiency in working with a range of APIs (REST, websockets, etc.)
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
Nice to have
  • Experience with the following tools or technologies:
  • Flux, Redux, React Hooks, React Context
  • Webpack or other build tools for local development and production releases
  • AWS services such as Cloudfront, Lambda, and S3
  • Typescript or another strongly typed programming language
  • Database systems such as Redis, Postgres, and MongoDB
  • Query languages such as graphQL
  • Experience working with distributed teams
  • A history of working with Scrum processes
  • Creating responsive styles compatible with mobile platforms
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