#12653 | 2018-12-03 Helsingborg, Sweden

Node JS developer

Our client is strengthening its App development team and looking for experienced Node JS developer to join it (onsite)


Work together with client´s product owners, app developers, designers, business analysts and solution architects to develop the app experience for the iOS and Android platform.

The main tasks in the assignment will be/a day at work will look like:

Be part of the development team, were you will design and implement mobile back-end's using serverless architectures on AWS. We expect you to understand and to debug complex code bases, to write smart and well-documented code.


  • Experience writing unit tests and testable code AWS (Cloudformation, Lambda, API Gateway) NodeJS. Knowledge of automating deployments.

  • Mobile app development and complex back-end solutions. Agile development and feature team setup.

  • Ability to collaborate with a team to ensure a great experience for the cliient´s users. Experience of retail mobile app development is an advantage.

Start: 21 jan 2018
Duration: 6 months
Work location: Helsingborg, Sweden
Requirements: Min. 5 years of professional IT experience.
Job type: Freelance

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