Are you a full-stack developer? Do you have recent exposure to React, AWS (Lambda, serverless, etc.), and/or GraphQL? Then this gig might be of interest to you.
In short, after an architecture review earlier this year, the end client has a strategic initiative to build out a POC that refactors their custom stack around the technologies you see below. The team will be small (2-3 people) and the leadership roles are already covered. What they still need is a senior engineer that works under the architect's direction to drive out the vision associated with the POC.
Work can be done remotely but ideally, candidates would be open to an initial week or so onsite (expenses paid) to onboard and have kickoff meetings.
So, if this sounds like something you could do, APPLY TODAY!!!
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|Last Update||06/30/22 14:54 PM. Tim Bauer. Stakeholder confirms rate is firm @ 85. Will meet again next week and continue to ask for flexibility but need to stick with 85 till then.. (full detail change log at bottom).|
|Duration||Duration is estimated to be 6 to 18 months.|
|1st Post Date||06/22/22|
|1st Screened by Amplified||0|
|Submitted to Client||0|
|Interviewed by Client||0|
|Client||Shared after 1st Screen|
|Agent||Shared after 1st Screen. Amplified is not the prime.|
|Contact for Lead||Tim Bauer|
|Interview Details||Face-to-face interview is NOT required after phone screen. That said, let LEVERAGEncy know on submission if Skype or other options AREN'T an option.|
|Work Authorizations||Client is only considering candidates with work authorizations of: Green Card,US Citizen|
|Opp Quality||The overall rating for this lead is A. This is based on contract duration being 18, 1 opening(s), and 0 to 3 competitors at our level or better. You can see a graphical ruberic of how these stats translate to a rating here.|
|Layers||Between Amplified and the End Client there are 0 layers. In addition, the end client prefers that Amplified limits the layers between Amplified and the Employer of Record of the candidate to 1.|
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