MongoDB: Full Stack Engineer, CTO’s Office (confidential project) at MongoDB (New York, NY) (New York, NY)

Posted: Apr 20, 2017

MongoDB is seeking a Full Stack Software Engineer to join our team in New York City. This role will focus on researching and developing a groundbreaking product that makes serverless MongoDB architectures a reality.

The right candidate for this role will have:

  • Full stack (front-end and back-end) development experience, with emphasis on the front-end

  • Experience working with JavaScript and modern libraries such as React, and Redux

  • Knowledge of Go, Python, Java, or another high-level programming language

  • Knowledge of Cloud computing and serverless architectures

  • Ability to collaborate with other members of the team, as well as to work independently

  • Proven ability to effectively interact with business users and stakeholders in requirement gathering, design, proof-of-concept demonstrations, and implementation / support

  • High ability to express complex technical concepts, both verbally and in writing

 Position Expectations:

  • Build highly interactive web-applications using a wide array of technologies, including JavaScript, React, Redux, Go, Python, MongoDB, and Amazon Web Services

  • Provide support and maintenance for the applications and services when necessary

  • Participate in code reviews and be open to pairing when necessary

  • Experience with serverless architectures is a plus

 Success Measures:

The Full Stack Software Engineer will be successful in this role when they can execute the following tasks:

  • Technical:  Deliver highly complex projects that have been well-tested and are supportable / maintainable

  • Communication: Seamlessly works between back-end and front-end environments, while having the ability to effectively communicate issues in both to other engineers

  • Collaboration: Work with design, engineering, and documentation teams as well as customers to improve the product’s stability, features, and usability

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