Our US client is at the heart of sports fans’ universes and on the lookout for top talent to join their global team. If you’re passionate about crafting performant web applications, collaborating with cross-functional teams, and making an impact in a fast-paced
In this role, you’ll collaborate with design and product teams to create an exceptional web UI. You’ll build a high-performance backend/API layer, write essential tests, and swiftly address user-reported production issues. Providing guidance to the team, you’ll influence technology direction, propose product improvements, and contribute to process enhancements.
Join this exciting and innovative team based in the US, where you’ll be part of a company that’s revolutionizing the world of digital sports media. Comfortable with a high degree of autonomy (self-motivated, organized) with the ability to work remotely across time zones.
A bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a relevant discipline is required. Our client works with two primary tech stacks: one in React (Next.js) with an Apollo/GraphQL API layer, and another in PHP (WordPress) with a REST API layer. Experience with any of these technologies is preferred but not mandatory. Our backend relies on MySQL, ElasticSearch, and DynamoDB, all hosted on AWS.
You will gain international experience in a US tech start-up, where you will get to work with a team that is passionate about working with all the technologies and love to develop high-quality code.
We will also assist you with all the US VISA requirements.
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