Full Stack Web Developer

ISGF

Orlando, FL (United States)

Category: Programming

Posted on: 23 Feb 2021

Git JavaScript PHP Python

Job Description

Full Stack Developer
The Full Stack Web Developer is responsible for the development and maintenance of custom web applications to the company's growing E-commerce business.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/RESPONSIBILITIES

    Write well-designed, testable, efficient code by using best software development practices.Support back-end and front-end web development for a collection of websitesEffectively manage priorities for multiple concurrent projectsCommunicate with stakeholders to gather requirements and ensure their needs are being metAdapt to changing requirementsPerform any other duties or tasks as assigned or required

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

    A Bachelor’s degree is required or equivalent experienceExperience with Python and Django or similar frameworkExperience with PHP and MySQLExperience with JavaScript and jQueryExperience with React or similar JS libraries or frameworksExperience with Mobile development a plusProficient with version control tools, such as Git and SVN.

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  Orlando,
     FL

    32801
     USA

    Website

      http://www.isgf.com

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