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- Are you looking for a remote work on international projects?\n\n- Are you looking for 40 hours a week workload?\n\n- Is it suitable for you to use time tracker at work?\n\n- Is your hourly rate $20 - $30?\n\n# Responsibilities\n Soshace is an online platform that will provide you with remote work with hourly payment on modern projects lasting on average 6-9 months and more. We are looking for a long-term partnership so when the first project ends we’ll find you a second one and after that the third and so on.\n\nWe expect you to work on our projects 8 hours a day Monday-Friday in your time zone.\n \n\n# Requirements\n- Do you have 1-year experience in commercial projects with Node.js and one of the front-end frameworks: React, React Native, Vue.js or Angular 2+?\n\n- Can you provide a portfolio of relevant projects?\n\n- Do you have more than 3-year commercial experience with JavaScript?\n\n- Do you have good writing and speaking skills in English (Intermediate and above)?\n\nIf you answer β€œyes” to all questions, send us your CV and be ready to provide a portfolio of projects you took part in.\n\nRecruitment stages are:\n\n1. Primary interview (a detailed discussion of your resume and portfolio)\n2. Online test\n3. Interview with a technical specialist.\n\nFor more information please visit our site.

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