Senior React JS Engineer at Motion Recruitment in Los Angeles, California

Motion Recruitment
Published
August 2, 2020
Location
Los Angeles, California
Job Type

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Senior ReactJS Engineer

A World-Famous entertainment, news, and sports conglomerate is hiring a dedicated UI engineer with strong React / Redux experience to help build a brand new consumer-facing experience. You'll be working with some of the best UX designers in the business to create highly functional and responsive cross-platform systems. This is a long-term contract with a strong possibility to extend beyond 6 months or convert to a fulltime permanent employee.

Required

Skills & Experience 4+ years building Java
Script applications Experience working with react / redux Experience working with UX designers, Project Managers, and QA to ensure highly-polished finished projects.  HTML5 / CSS3 / bootstrap Desired Skills & Experience Previous cross-platform development experience Experience working with Node on the server-side Experience building high-traffic consumer-facing sites What You Will Be Doing Tech Breakdown 100% Front-end Daily Responsibilities 100% Hands On The Offer Competitive Pay: Up to $70/hour, DOE Contract Duration: 6 - 12 Months + FTP opportunity You will receive the following benefits: Medical Insurance & Health Savings Account (HSA) 401(k) Paid Sick Time Leave Pre-tax Commuter Benefit Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis now and in the future. This position does not offer sponsorship. Jobspring Partners, part of the Motion Recruitment network, provides IT Staffing Solutions (Contract, Contract-to-Hire, and Direct Hire) across 10 major North American markets. Our unique expertise in today’s highest demand tech skill sets, paired with our deep networks and knowledge of our local technology markets, results in an exemplary track record with candidates and clients.

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