Front End engineer: ReactJS (Maps and Graphs) - Multiple Countries Worldwide
Company: Modus Create
At Modus Create we are looking for Front End engineer: ReactJS (Maps and Graphs) , experience in dynamic mapping, data visualization and layout algorithms.
This contract role may be performed from a remote location and requires a level of effort estimated at 40 hours per week.
- Write high quality unit tests using Jest and enzyme
- Development of web apps in ReactJS, typed with Flow, using libraries like Redux, Apollo, Styled Components and more
- Collaborate daily with UX, Engineering, QA and DevOps to deliver functionality for a highly complex web app
- Consult to our end client regarding development best practices
Required Skills and Experience
- Understanding of layout algorithms like ForceAtlas2
- Experience with HTML5 canvas or WebGL
- Recent experience with ReactJS, Redux, Apollo and Styled Components
- Familiarity with GraphQL
- Experience in following Agile/Scrum SDLC
- Be comfortable communicating in a virtual environment
- A consistent, reliable high speed internet connection
Let’s Talk About Us
Recognized over the years by Inc. Magazine as the top ranked software company in the Washington, D.C., Virginia and Maryland area, Modus Create is a product agency that helps clients accelerate their digital transformation goals. Modus’ accelerates business outcomes with its integrated strategy, customer experience, agile/devops, and emerging technology practices. Additionally, Modus is a proud partner of Atlassian, IonicFramework, GitHub Enterprise and AWS.
We are a global team that has grown from 2 to 185+ people in 42+ countries in 8 years, committed to building the best product consulting firm .
We offer a highly collaborative, autonomous and effective working environment. We love and believe in what we do. This is your chance to be part of building something great.
- Competitive compensation
- Ability to work remotely / telecommute
- Working side-by-side with thought leaders in emerging tech
Do you have what it takes ? Let’s start a conversation.