Software Engineer JavaScript and Node.js Software Engineer JavaScript and Node.js …

FACTSET
in Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Germany
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 05 Aug 20
Competitive
FACTSET
in Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Germany
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 05 Aug 20
Competitive
Software Engineer JavaScript and Node.js
Role/Department Description:
You are responsible for the technical conception and realization of software components based on specific customer and project requirements. You will use your knowledge and experience in this area, to support our team in improving our modern architecture - always with the aim of providing the best customer experience.

Responsibilities:
  • Development of applications, libraries and components based on TypeScript/JavaScript
  • Ensuring compliance with development and quality standards
  • Creating and participating in the creation of software and architecture designs for customer projects
  • Preparation of cost estimates for customer-specific projects
  • Technical management of developers
  • Technical Documentation

Required Skills:
  • Academic education in the field of computer science or comparable education
  • At least 2 years professional experience
  • Experience in TypeScript and in modern JavaScript frameworks (e.g. vue.js, Angular 2+, React)
  • Experience with SASS, CSS, HTML5 and WebComponents
  • You are experienced in using design principles and current security guidelines
  • Knowledge of modern syntax (e.g. ES6, TypeScript)
  • Knowledge of modern build tools (e.g. webpack) desirable
  • Strategic thinking, self-reliance, proactivity and willingness to lead projects
  • Good communication skills

We offer:
  • State-of-the-art technologies in our projects and modern development processes
  • Top location in the heart of Frankfurt
  • Flexible working hours and home office possibility
  • Continuous further education and training
  • Various employee benefits (e.g. restaurant checks, drinks & snacks, retirement provisions)
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