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Angular Developer (closed)

Development Team

On behalf of our customer from Israel, Mobilunity is looking for a Angular Developer. This is a long-term project. Distributed teams. Project: Log Data Analysis.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Development of new features and modules for the product
  • Working on a Angular 2 based platform and recreating it to Angular 4
  • Collaborate to plan work, do code reviews, and improve our practices and processes

Position requirements:

  • Passionate about building useful things
  • At least 3 years of experience with JavaScript
  • Good knowledge of ES 6
  • Minimum 1 year of using Angular
  • Experience with Angular 2 and at least some knowledge about Angular 4
  • Strong experience with Bootstrap, jQuery, HTML/CSS
  • Spoken English (ability to pass an interview without major difficulties)

We offer:

  • Being a part of Mobilunity team, working in friendly and supportive environment
  • Your wages calculate in accordance with one of the best possible USD to UAH exchange rates
  • Individual English classes upon needs
  • Flexible working hours
  • No dress code
  • Billiards and table soccer room
  • Full time job
  • Financial stability, payments without any delays
  • Paid vacation, paid sick leave (+3 paid sick days without sick list)
  • Comfortable office in the center of Kyiv

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