Full-Stack Developer

At Rum&Code
  • Full Time
  • Employee
  • Partial Remote

Posted on May 14th

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FULL-STACK DEVELOPER

The full stack developer will be one of the main architects of the development, programming and optimization of our clients' Web and mobile applications.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES :
  • Participate in the evaluation, ideation, conception, design and programming of software
  • Contribute to technology watch and the resulting choices
  • Work as a team to achieve the goals set as a team #teamworkmakesthedreamwork             

QUALITIES AND SKILLS SOUGHT:
Master the following skills, in part or in full: 
(We will be able to fill the gaps for all the candidates who feel up to the task)
  • Ruby on Rails (a huge asset)
  • Elixir and Phoenix (a huge asset)
  • Javascript
  • ES6, React, React-Native
  • HTML, CSS (SaSS)
  • Automation of tests and CIs ( unitary, integration, end to end, load, etc.)
  • Git, gitflow
  • Linux, OSX, DevOps (AWS cloud)
  • Ability to work in a team and on multiple projects
  • Sense of initiative and autonomy

ADVANTAGES :
  • Start-up of new large-scale projects
  • Exceptional working environment
  • Work / family balance, or work / dog / video games / travel / crossfit / name it .
  • Visibility and professional recognition for all employees
  • Very flexible schedule
  • Unlimited holidays, Christmas time off (office closed during the holiday season) and time off at your party
  • Fantastic colleagues (serious)

CONDITIONS: 
Position : full time (40 hours / week);
Workplace : time-sharing between offices at the Rum & Code Building (Shawinigan) and remote work.
Salary scale : Based on experience
Entry into position : As soon as possible 

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