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Front End Engineer

Our client are seeking experienced front end engineers to lead the development of a cutting-edge GUI that will become the interface of large-scale AI/ML healthcare AI. You will be part of a team of world-class engineers, designers, and scientists, working together in a fast-paced startup environment. You will have ownership over the projects you work on, and have the flexibility to influence product design and execution. Hard working entrepreneur spirit is highly valued and rewarded in the company.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Architect front end services using Angular 2 and Node.js
  • Write fast, reusable, testable UI components, such as data-center dashboard, ML job progress with real-time update
  • Learn quickly about AI & ML concepts and workflow
  • Work with product managers and designers to build new features
  • Lead development of features with cross-functional teams

REQUIREMENTS

  • Strong architecture skills: You know how to architect robust services and maintain high standards on the codebase in a fast growing team. You stay up-to-date with the latest architectural trends.
  • 3+ years of front end engineering experience
  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering, or similar
  • You've worked professionally, or have built side projects, with modern frontend technologies (e.g. React, Angular, D3 etc.), have a strong command of JavaScript. You're proficient with at least one backend language or environment (e.g. Go, Node, Python, Ruby, etc.).
  • Ideally, you have built or worked on large-scale applications, and understand that distributed systems face performance and scalability challenges not seen in smaller projects
  • Fast learners: We're looking for software engineers who thrive on learning new technologies and don't believe in one-size-fits-all solutions. You should be able to adapt easily to our rapidly evolving business environment.
  • Passion: You feel ownership over everything you ship. You write clean code, test thoroughly, and care about the user. You pride yourself on efficient monitoring, strong documentation, and proper test coverage.
  • You are a team player and are eager to help shape the culture of a small team that will be the foundation of something big.
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