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\nThe Full-stack Developer will serve as part of a development team supporting both established projects and creating from the ground up. The ideal candidate is an experienced leader and team player who is adept at both frontend and backend web development. They are passionate about technology and committed to lifelong learning, possessing the ability to apply their technical knowledge, skills and experience to solve complex/real-world problems.\n\n\n\n\n\nQualifications\n\n\n\n• 5+ years software engineering experience\n\n• US Citizenship Required (federal and commercial projects)\n\n• Must have experience designing complex software solutions\n\n• Exposure to all aspects of modern web application architectures, visual design, and mobile web development\n\n• Versatility developing with multiple front-end and back-end technologies (Example: ES.Next, TypeScript, Go, React, GraphQL, SCSS/LESS, Python/Bash scripting)\n\n• Experience with a variety of data systems such as SQL, NoSQL, Stream Processing and Distributed Key-Value Stores\n\n• Familiar with REST API schema formats, such as: OpenAPI/Swagger, GraphQL and ProtoBuf\n\n• Experience with running and defining Docker containers\n\n• Familiar with Kubernetes resource APIs and related CLI tools\n\n• Comfortable using and configuring software on Linux based operating systems\n\n• BS in Computer Science or equivalent experience\n\n• Has experience working from home on distributed teams in a remote model\n\n• Willingness and ability to travel to our client sites when necessary\n\n• Contract position to start which could lead to a full-time role
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