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\nThis position is for a 3-6 month full-time project where you will embed with an existing team for the rapid development of a high priority upgrade to an existing product suite. The team is developing rich new functionality on an Angular, Python stack and is looking for an additional senior full-stack front-end developer to join their team. Offices are located in Los Angeles but you can work from home or remote . This is a full-time, dedicated commitment for the duration of the project.\n\n\nYou will be joining other senior team members in the planning, development, and production deployment of the new systems and will be integral to its' success. Your expertise in front-end technologies including asset pipelines, javascript development best practices, code optimization, and web component design patterns will be critical.\n\n\nThis is a high-profile project for the company and will be deployed to an even higher-profile end-user client. \n\n\n\nBenefits\n\nOpportunity to work with the smart, talented developers on high-profile enterprise product. \nFlexibility for contract, contract to perm, or full-time employment. Full-time employment may include standard benefits including flexible off-time and profit sharing.\nWork from home or remote office.\nResume building project and end-user client

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