Remote Front End Engineer at Owsy Open Startup
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FRONT END ENGINEER\nYou will be essential in shaping the early features and functionality of our fast growing financial services tool. You will have direct access to the products primary users as well as a strong influence on the technology used to solve our problems.\n\nOur teams are self organized and small (2-5 people) and are given the freedom to solve problems as they see fit as long as they understand that they own the software they create.\n\nOur tech stack includes PHP/Symfony2, MySQL, Ansible & AWS with microservices written in Clojure and Scala.\n\n\nREQUIREMENTS:\n3+ Years experience building web applications \n\nSelf directed, and mature enough to work in distributed environments\n\nLove to learn and are constantly tinkering with the latest tech and have several side projects to share.\n\nComfortable with learning how to deploy and monitor servers in multiple data centers\n\nStrong PHP & Javascript skills. Familiarity React.js, Vue.js or similar a plus\n\nGit version control, TDD, build automation and continuous integration should all be familiar terms.\nUnderstand the value of an MVP and fast feedback loops (you will have direct face to face access to the products users).\n\nComfortable taking ownership of a product while juggling multiple projects.\n\nEnjoy creating documention and aiding others understand and navigate through issues\n\nExtra tags: javascript, symfony2, php, reactjs, aws

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