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React Developer - Remote:

React Developer – Remote:

Our direct client, a fast-growing digital healthcare company based in NY, is looking for 2 front-end developers with React experience. Client’s mission is to help advance the discovery of new medications and treatments, working with patients, pharmaceutical and biotech companies. This position can be 100% remote.  You will be responsible for building React frontends, dashboards, and advising on architecture to support firm’s business and clients.  You will be writing a lot of Javascript and typescript code and advising on best practices.



  • Design and develop Reactjs frontend components
  • Integrate REST api backend endpoints
  • Develop frontend dashboards and forms
  • Write css/sass for styling visual elements   
  • Help us fix bugs and advise on best practices
  • Write secure testable code including unit tests
  • Integrate code with CI/CD pipelines
  • Work with team leads on requirements and communicate level-of-effort and timelines
  • Submit and review pull requests
  • Real-time video chat w/ team on a regular basis


  • 5+ years of Javascript frontend development experience (including css)
  • 3+ years of typescript experience
  • 3+ years of Reactjs experience
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience
  • Experience with Git, pull requests, and code reviews (you should understand Git rebase)
  • Experience with agile software development
  • Detail oriented and excellent time management
  • Ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced environment while supporting multiple projects
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Additional Desired Skills

  • Experience with Docker and containers (immutable deployments)
  • Experience with Kubernetes
  • Experience with Azure
  • Experience with angular v9+
  • Experience with React Native

Job ID: 5043

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