Careers at Prevalent

Job: Full Stack Developer

Job Summary:
We’re looking to hire a full-time MEAN-stack software engineer to join our team. In this role you will be directly responsible for helping to design and deliver solutions across the entire software stack to effectively meet customer needs and drive innovation in the third-party risk management space.

Location: Warren, NJ 07059

General Requirements:
Developers with a practical background in high complexity N-Tier software applications development using modern programming languages and open source tools and technologies, with deep analytical skills, knowledge of test driven and agile software development concepts, desire to work in distributed, agile, enthusiastic, high performance team, creating complex enterprise level software systems, using modern software development approaches.

Responsibilities:
• RESTful service design and implementation using Node.js and MongoDb
• UI design and implementation using Angular.js
• Write manageable, performant and scalable code for data processing and management
• Analyze and troubleshoot application issues across the entire stack
• Practice standard development process leveraging agile methodologies
Commit to producing high quality results, while meeting deadlines of the software release cycle
• Be able to work in a team as well as without close supervision
• Review and analyze business requirements in order to develop sound technical requirements and time estimates

• Actively use issue tracking, distributed version control and continuous integration systems

Successful candidates must have exposure to the following technologies:
• Node.js using Express.js
• Angular.js
• MongoDb using mongoose.js

Successful candidates should have exposure to one or more of the following technologies and concepts:
• Advanced knowledge of web-development practices, middleware
• class library development with knowledge of functional, object-oriented and service-oriented design
• Highly available systems and performance engineering


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