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Mid-Level Web Developer for E-Commerce Agency [Laravel/PHP, Node.JS, React]

The Vaan Group

Remote | Posted: 9 months ago

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Headquarters: New York City

Hi there! My name is Xavier Armand and I am the co-founder of The Vaan Group ( a remote UX design and engineering agency with headquarters in NYC. We’re looking to hire a mid-level web developer to work on e-commerce projects. 

What do we mean by mid-level? To us, a mid-level developer moderate oversight, has some well-informed opinions on their tech stacks and is self-directed enough to get answers, can work with other developers, and are able to understand and maintain high-quality web applications. Well-qualified candidates have an excellent knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SQL, Unix, deployment, performance, debugging, refactoring, design patterns, and other programming practices. For this position, familiarity with Laravel (PHP) is required and some background are React and Node.js are preferred. Needs to be familiar setting up back-end services.

Our clients range from large e-commerce enterprises (>$100M per year) to successful mid-stage ($1M - $50M per year) direct to consumer e-commerce brands. You can see the full range client work/portfolio at our website and here are some long form articles that explain the details of some recent projects: E-commerce search (& destroy) as well as Customer First, but also Business First: a Customer Impact Story for Smalls

In this role, you'd be improving, architecting, and supporting a suite of custom apps that power multiple $20M + brands.

We’re a realistic group, not looking for rockstar ninja wizards. Our team resides (or is working from) New York, Poland, California, Spain, Brazil, Dominican Republic, The Netherlands and Norway.

Reasons to work at TVG:
  • Exciting projects and clients
  • Multi-national team + remote team meetups in places like Warsaw, NYC, and Lisbon
  • Profit-sharing program

To apply: [email protected]

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