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Senior Node.js Developer | AWS/MongoDB


Title: Senior Node.js Developer

Alternate titles: Senior Software Engineer, Senior Backend Engineer

100% REMOTE - you will be working with a development team overseas (European time- so will have a few overlap hours- otherwise flexible schedule)

Salary: $120,000 - $150,000

This is a 100%-remote

work/node.js/ node.js back-end developer/ telecommute / work-from-home /virtual position. We have a team of over 80 people all working 100% remotely. Our mission is to deliver the best time management/productivity management machine out there :) It's what we do and it's how we do it! Join us in our quest!

Why join us?

Urgently hiring now!

100% remote - flexible schedule You'll have meetings with the development team during European hours, so it will be easier for you to work together with the team if you're in Europe or Asia. There is some flexibility for your hours but you'll need at least 4 hours per day to work with the rest of the team, who are in Europe and Asia.Work with the best of the best! We hire really smart people :)
Healthcare - Full Benefits

Paid time off (Combined Sick and Vacation Time)


Job Details


Significant experience with Node.js and MongoDB sharding

5+ years of back-end experience.

Experience in dealing with a Node.js application at scale

Experience with test-driven development



AWS S3, AWS SQS, AWS Redshift

Google BigQuery




AWS Lambda

If you are interested Please Apply or send your resume directly to: Madeline.Lazarus@jobot.com

To ensure a quick response please answer these questions with your application:

1. How many years of Backend Node.js experience do you have? Using Node.js at scale?

2. Do you have experience with MongoDB sharding?

3. Are you able to work a few hours overlap with our European team? Have you ever done this before?

4. Do you have experience leveraging AWS Lambda?

Look forward to hearing from you!