Location: Anywhere in Costa Rica

Technical Stack/Tech Aptitude

• 3+ years of experience developing in React.js JavaScript Unit Tests (Jasmine, Qunit) and CSS, SASS preprocessors

• Experience designing and executing receptive web applications.

• Experience in JavaScript, AJAX, JSON, JS frameworks (YUI, JQuery and JQuery Mobile etc.), HTML5, CSS3 and Principles of User Interface Standards.

• Experience in functional design and performing unit tests

• Experience with HTML, Spring, Webservice (Rest, SOAP)

• Knowledge in Laravel is a plus

Client/Project Description

ReactJS Team 1: Five contract developers partnering with two developers to build out a brand new UI for the Cloud Computing interface, built on node.js and available APIs. This team is part of the Networking Tribe.

ReactJS Team 2: Four contract developers to in-place update the Control website, previously written in Ext JS and using Carbon DS CSS, and moving to React and Carbon. This effort is described as a “front end facelift.” Patterns and templates exist. This team is part of the Resource Provisioning Tribe. Both these teams require React engineers with strong visual front end skills. The teams should include onshore-only senior developers. Mid-level and junior devs can be offshore (near-shore, ie, same timezone is preferred).

Float UI team: Three CSS and front end masters and not necessarily deep React skills to do UI updates and “fit and finish” work to align with what the designers have designed. This team can roll onto the project later. and can include offshore, as the timezone isn’t as much of an issue.

SoftonDigital is committed to creating a diverse environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability or age.

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