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React Developer


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\n\nHays Specialist Recruitment is working in partnership with PPS to manage the recruitment of this position.\n\nREACT DEVELOPER - PERMANENT - ALPHARETTA, GA\n \nCome work for a cutting-edge technology company in Alpharetta that is revolutionizing the payment processing space!\n\nLooking for strong developers to work on their fully-automated full-stack platform written in React, Node.js, Javascript, Redux, Angular, Kafka, Elastic Search, etc. and moving its way to machine learning after this product. \n\nThey have several products for merchants, enterprise clients, and AmEx is their largest client - although they are also partnered with Visa, Discover, and Mastercard.\n\nApart from extremely competitive salaries, telecommute options, flexibility, bonus, casual environment, upward mobility, and excellent benefits, this organization offers you the chance to sharpen and transform your technical skills with constant hands-on work with bleeding edge tech. \n\nThese are permanent/direct hire roles with tons of potential to move into a Team Lead and/or Management role. The Fintech space is dominating in Atlanta and if you are a true technologist, this is the next logical move in your career!\n\n\nThis position is NOT eligible for subcontractors or those that require sponsorship.


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