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React web/mobile developer (full-time)
Mentor Creative Group is a unique creative design agency located in Fremont, Seattle. We take on projects ranging from web/mobile design and development, to branding, to user research. Our clients run the gamut from small startup to global corporations. But most importantly, we are a creative incubator and a place for continuous professional development. Mentor is an environment where designers and developers can experiment, learn, and push themselves. We do this by creating multi-disciplinary product teams and relying on each member’s knowledge to not only enrich the project, but to teach each other. The process creates professional growth and outstanding products.
We’re looking for a full-time React.js Full-Stack Developer. We want someone who is both a great developer and a great person. As a member of our team, you will contribute to a variety of projects that range from product upkeep to entire front-end overhauls and from-scratch product development.
We’re a modern development shop that is constantly adding experience with new frameworks, platforms and tools to our portfolio. Right now we are focused on growing our React and React Native capabilities. We understand that great engineers like to use new and emerging tools, and will enable you to continue your education and experimentation with new technologies.
We are an Agile organization, and we use Scrum and Kanban to manage our projects – which one we use depends on the context of the client and the project. Internally, we use Google Apps, Asana, Dropbox, and Slack.
Who we’re looking for:
- You are an engineer who thrives on change and variety in your work. You are passionate about what you do, and have a standard of excellence for the code you produce.
- Experience with mobile and web application development. You take a mobile-first approach to web implementations.
- You have significant experience with React and React Native. You know that one size does not fit all, and instinctively evaluate multiple frameworks to select the ones that best support project requirements.
- Experience building out back-ends for your front-end applications.
- You not only can, but enjoy working collaboratively within cross-functional teams (UX, Visual Design, Development, QA, Project Management) to create simple and intuitive UIs.
- You like working in an environment where you can learn from and teach your peers. You are perpetually curious and learning about how things work.
- You have the backbone to stand up for your ideas, and will admit when there’s a better idea presented.
- You thrive in a setting that values transparency, collaboration, adaptability, and precision.
Your experience includes:
- Backend development using frameworks such as Node and both relational (MySQL) and document (MongoDB) databases.
- CSS & HTML Preprocessors, including SASS, and Handlebars or Pug.
- Grunt/Gulp, and a variety of code quality, test and build tools that these libs commonly scaffold.
- Interactive Debugging through the Chrome Developer Console or an IDE like Webstorm.
- Integration with 3rd party APIs.
- WordPress and other CMS platforms.
- Agile software development (Kanban, Scrum).
- Competency with the Adobe Creative Suite.
Bonus points for:
- E-commerce experience, including 3rd party platforms and common development practices.
- SEO & performance tuning skills.
- Competency with web analytics tools.
What we offer:
- Resources to continue developing your skills, and contribution to high visibility projects that anyone would be proud to include in their portfolio.
- A beautiful work space in Fremont.
- MacBook Pro, monitor, keyboard, mouse, and just generally the stuff you need to get your work done.
- Annual conference benefit so you can learn among peers.
- Health insurance.
- ORCA/transit subsidy.
- Quarterly profit sharing among full time employees.
How To Apply
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with:
- A brief introduction to you and why you think you’d fit with Mentor.
- Your resume (PDF only).
- LinkedIn profile.
- Your portfolio, Github profile, links to conference talks, blog, or anything else you feel is relevant about your experience.