Probably if you are reading this, you might be considered an Angular developer. So you are more than welcome to become a part of the Magnise family!
It's definitely for you if you have a vast desire to find a job and to work with a diversity of technologies, as:
— 2+ experience in professional software development
— Strong knowledge of Angular
— Understanding of CSS preprocessors (SASS/LESS).
— Strong understanding of REST architecture
— Familiarity with Dependency Injection
— Understanding of SOLID, KISS, DRY Principles
— Understanding of Software Development Lifecycle and CI/CD concepts
— Experience in troubleshooting and debugging of complex issues
— Experience with Git
That's how we see the perfect candidate:
— You have more than 2 years of experience with technologies described above;
— Clear and concise communicator with excellent collaboration skills;
— Intermediate English level or higher;
Admin tools for warehouse management and optimization(which include mobile, desktop and web solutions).
There're some benefits, which we'll be glad to share with you:
• free English courses;
• paid sick leave;
• 20 working days of paid vacation;
• team buildings, corporate events, and other types of celebrations;
• corporate discounts for medical services and food;
And what goes without saying, but still nice:
• competitive salary;
• modern and comfortable workplace with powerful РС;
• tea, coffee, cookies, and fruits in the office;
• flexible work schedule;
• bonuses and other benefits (table tennis, lounge zone, etc.)
Magnise is a full-cycle software development company located in Eastern Europe. We specialize in converting ideas and requirements for software solutions closely aligned with business objectives.
Our agile teams utilize 14 years of in-depth expertise, strong development process, and effective communication to deliver market-ready products.
We build world-class development teams that build your software
leveraging technological expertise, business thinking and agile approach.
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Job posted on
4 January 2021