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Front-End Senior Software Engineer

Just An Overview…
Boostability is looking for a Front-End Senior Software Engineer for our subsidiary company Manta. We’re looking for a strong web application engineer who knows JavaScript, Node.js, and React and/or AngularJS. The ideal candidate will have extensive experience using HTML, CSS, and CSS libraries like Bootstrap or Tailwind with familiarity with version control tools (Git preferred). If this experience matches your skillset, apply today. 

+This position is fully remote, but we’re looking for candidates who are based out of the US.

What You’ll Need to Succeed…

  • 5+ years of software developer experience in web development.
  • Experience building scalable web applications with JSON APls; understanding of A/B testing platforms.
  • Experience using analytics tools such as Google Analytics, Mix Panel, etc.
  • Excellent communication skills, initiative, and teamwork.
  • Ability to thrive in a dynamic, fast-paced, collaborative environment.
  • Desire to learn and become a full stack developer (front end with Node.js, services in Java and Node.js, PostgresSQL and MongoDB).
  • BS or MS degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or related fields preferred.

What You’ll Be Doing...

  • Create interactive web pages from UI wireframes that interact with JSON APIs
  • Work closely with product owners to design, test, and analyze tracking metrics while developing innovative new product ideas.
  • Use agile software development methods.
  • Writing unit tests and some pair programming.
  • Use tools to analyze code quality; identify and address technical debt.
  • Research and adapt new technologies to the Manta framework.
  • Manage day-to-day operational issues by analyzing and finding root causes and solutions for production issues.

Why Join Us?

  • Competitive pay and benefits.
  • Flexible work schedule.
  • Excellent benefits, including PTO, health, dental, vision, EAP, 401k, and HSA.
  • Great company culture!

Compensation: Depending on experience.
This salary position is eligible for benefits including PTO, health, dental, vision, EAP, 401k, and HSA.


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