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Node.js Developer Ehealth


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\nWe're looking for a well-rounded and experienced developer strong in backend (NodeJs, javascript, angular, Redis, Mongo, sql). \n\nThe right fit for our team has a love for coding and learning, works well in a fully-remote environment and is a high-energy strong communicator who can join an expert team and work with limited direction. This person would have at least 3 years of professional experience and preferably experience working remotely. \n\nThe Perks:\n\n\n* 100% remote work\n\n* Competitive pay\n\n* Trust, autonomy, empowerment\n\n* This is just scratching the surface - we're a fun team of people who love what we do! If this sounds good so far then reach out and we'll share the details.\n\n\n\n\nSkills & Requirements: We're looking for someone who can comfortably work on whole features/stories independently. You should be strong on the backend doing API design, building NodeJs services in a serverless/cloud environment using NestJS.\n\nResponsibilities:\n\n\n* Develop, test and provide internal documentation of complex software solutions\n\n* Successfully implement development processes, coding best practices, and code reviews\n\n* Resolve complex technical issues as necessary\n\n* Keep updated on new technology developments\n\n* Take care of our Middleware that sits between the Java backend and Angular frontend\n\n* Have continuous integration up and running\n\n\n


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