Position : React.JS developer (Independent Contractors Only)
Role: React.JS developer
Client – Bayer
Location – Remote
Duration – multi-year, ongoing
Only looking for 5+ yearsManager Notes
Full Remote Okay; team currently working all over the US.
python / python Django is nice to have
Soft Skills but must be in resume:
- Communication – Must be able to explain projects in the past; how did they do it.
- Collaboration with peers in team to manage their work; what needs to be done; ask for help or help others when they are backlogged.
- Previous experience working with Stakeholders to really understand requirements.
We are looking for front end developer who can build high-quality, innovative and fully performing dashboards & website that complies with coding standards and technical design to support business strategies thru value driven prioritization & alignment with senior leadership
· Work closely with researchers and peers to incorporate feedback.
· Write robust and well-documented research code.
· Undertake written & verbal communication with stakeholders in various parts of the organization.
· Deliver results in a timely and efficient manner.
Bachelor’s with a focus in Math, Statistics, Informations Systems Management, Computer Science or data science.
Masters degree is a bonus
Hands on experience with React.js
Experience working with AWS and deploying applications.
Strong organizational skills, interpersonal skills, written and oral communications.
Demonstrated experience with global multi-disciplinary teams.
Creative, proactive, bold and out-of-box thinking.
Biggest Gap with all candidates she interviews:
- Communication, how they talk about projects. May have been good at coding but weren’t able to explain how they did things in their projects.
- You will work w key stakeholders (weekly)
- Responsible to get requirements and understand truly what they need (they don’t have a PM)
- Be able to communicate w Stakeholders what can/cannot be done.
- Stakeholders are: Data Sci (they know exactly what they want)/ and you have actual scientist who think they have an easy/basic request but you have to really ask them questions.
- So far the people with Good comms seem to be more data analytical vs programmer profile