• Senior Software Engineer- NodeJS/ ReactJS
  • India
     -
    India

    Full-time /
    Product Development
    If you are a Node. js genius and enjoy working on interesting technical problems with other talented people in a friendly, creative environment, we want to hear from you. The candidate is responsible for the success of a project by delivering components that exhibit strong competency in one or more core technology and conversance with best practices. 3Pillar Global is looking for a Senior Software Engineer with good experience in JavaScript & Node.Js technology. 3Pillar is driven by lean and agile principles; if you have a similar mindset, we encourage you to apply.

    About 3Pillar Global
    3Pillar Global builds innovative, revenue-generating software products, enabling businesses to quickly turn ideas into value. 3Pillar balances business-minded thinking with engineering expertise in disruptive technologies, such as mobile, cloud, and big data, to develop products that meet real business needs. To date, 3Pillar’s products have driven over $1 billion in revenue for industry leaders like CARFAX, PBS, and numerous others. Over the course of a decade spent helping clients build industry-leading software products, 3Pillar clients have been acquired for more than $7 billion combined. For more information on the company, please visit http://www.3PillarGlobal.com. For job opportunities, please visit http://careers.3PillarGlobal.com.

    Roles & Responsibilities

    • Requirement analysis, Coding, design, implementation, testing, problem analysis and resolution, and technical documentation.
    • Lead the technical design solution conversation and choose the right frameworks for the business solution and apply design patterns consistently.
    • Lead and oversee developers through the product design, planning, development implementation, and product/system test. Act as an interface between multiple teams (when required)
    • Shares information on new technology that could be used on projects. Deep knowledge of more than one front end programming language.
    • Manage a complete toolset for streamlined development. Leads quality improvement Conversations. Collaborates with senior managers to communicate project risks to client
    • Involved in customer-facing work with a proven track record or delivering high-quality software products on time and within budget. 
    • Maintains an open, mutual and respected relationship with clients, stakeholders and team members. 
    • Formulating and implementing sound, efficient, sustainable, and cost-effective technical solutions for implementation in enterprise-wide environments is an essential skill.  
    • Shares with team members the uses the techniques in the Adaptive PLM to elicit required information
    • Participates in candidate interviews and talent management


    Technical Requirement

    • Good Experience with Node. Js Technologies
    • Experience with popular Node.js web frameworks (e.g. Express, Sails, Koa)
    • Must have extensive experience with advanced JavaScript
    • Experience in one more javascript framework such as react/angular
    • Experience developing Adaptive or Responsive websites using UI technologies like HTML 5, CSS3 and jQuery.
    • Working experience with any JavaScript Unit testing framework like Jasmine.
    •  Experience in agile software development.
    • Awareness of new and emerging front-end technologies.
    • Good verbal, written, and presentation skills.

    Benefits

    • A competitive annual salary based on experience and market demands
    • Flexi-timings / Work from Anywhere Policy
    • Medical insurance with the option to purchase a premium plan or HSA option for your entire family
    • Meal Pass
    • Regular Health check-up camps arranged by the company
    • Recreational activities
    • Business casual atmosphere
    • #LI-Remote
    •  #LI-AP2
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