You are curious, persistent, logical and clever – a true techie at heart. You enjoy living by the code of your craft and developing elegant solutions for complex problems. If this sounds like you, this could be the perfect opportunity to join EPAM as a MEAN Stack Developer. Scroll down to learn more about the position’s responsibilities and requirements.
This role will be working hand-in-hand with a veteran team of Agile Developers that are creating exciting new features for EPAM customers. The role will need to be a combination of technical leader and individual contributor who has production experience delivering front-end and back-end software at scale. This role will collaborate with other senior application specialist in the organization to create an atmosphere of group contribution in addition to individual execution that makes the organization more efficient and knowledgeable.
- Design robust solutions to hard problems that also take into account scale, security, reliability, and cost
- Contribute new software or modify existing software to meet projects and program goals
- Lead small teams of other developers on focused technical projects when necessary
- Deliver needed project functionality for specific deliverables but deliver in such a way that the value is useful to the organization in the long term
- Communicate with internal and external business partners to qualify technical requirements and communicate those finding back to the development team at large
- Understand the process of software development well enough to mentor and guide others when necessary
- Re-use existing software development practices where possible for productivity, but also introduce new trending industry practices and tools where appropriate
- Experience in components at each layer of modern web applications
- Experience in both front-end and back-end aspects
- Experience in Node.js and Angular is a must, with a preferred background in working with Restful databases and NoSQL
- Have multiple deployed applications using Angular technologies and enough time has passed now for avid Angular developers to have Angular 2.0 applications in production