2759 Software Developer (Node)

Location: Remote

Are you a software engineer that loves working with Node? Would you like to work in a cutting-edge modern technology environment that leverages Cloud, DevOps, Microservices? This role would be working for a great manager who really cares about his team. And so if this interests you, please send your resume to and do know we value and encourage diversity in the workplace and women, minorities, and veterans are highly encouraged to apply. Thank you!

Job Type: Contract

Additional Information:
Our environment:
It is built on a cloud native microservice and serverless architecture that is part of a fully automated continuous deployment ecosystem. Our teams use technologies including but not limited to: Java, Salesforce Apex, Clojure, Scala, Python, Go, Ruby, NodeJS, React, NoSQL (DynamoDB), ElasticSearch, Docker, and a wide variety of AWS native services.

You should be somebody that is enthusiastic about solving consumers' problems; you should be a technically capable software engineer who can work in a team in tackling the technical and user experience challenges, who excels working in an agile environment and collaborating with some of the smartest people in the industry.

• Apply industry best software development practices to build a world class platform as a service
• Develop infrastructure and tools that support internal systems used by internal and external customers
• Help teams identify gaps in their design, code, tests, or processes that could affect quality, and help them plan how to fill these gaps

More about this position:
This role will be immediately put to work on developing a service that will ingest external claims information into salesforce. The need is well defined, urgent, and the help will be greatly appreciated. There’s a real opportunity for someone to come in and shine. They will work closely with our lead developer and platform architect.

- Proficiency with Node.JS
- Experience specifically with AWS Lambda and other AWS services
- SQL skills