TSP Consulting via Stack Overflow
Jan 7th 2019
Rate: $75 Hr.
We are looking for applicants who live within the contiguous United States. H-1B candidates and recruiting firms need not respond.
About this job:
The initial two-week period would involve shadowing a current senior team member to understand the current projects and the third-party platforms that we are integrating with.
Required Skill Set:
- NodeJS experience.
- Unix/Linux environment familiarity (a lot of everyday work is done on command line)
- Experience with Git
- AWS development and deployment experience
- .Net Core and experience a huge plus.
- Must have excellent communication skills
We are looking for a minimum weekly commitment of 40 hours, but more may be available should you desire extra hours. There is permanent hiring potential for the right applicant moving forward as well. There are potential travel requirements during the initial startup to the Bay area as well as regular meetings and daily stand-ups that you would be expected to attend via a conference call. We would expect you to be available and working during the client's normal business hours (they are on the west coast USA).
Our team communicates primarily through Slack, phone calls and web-conferences which optimizes remote work environment and allows to be in close communication with the team at all times and to be highly supported.
If you think this might be a good fit for your skill set, please contact us. This position is available immediately.
- Mortgage Lending, Banking or Finance experience
- Technology, Project Management Certifications and/or 4-year College Degree
- May require up to 10% domestic travel.
- US based candidates only
- No H-1B candidates
- No Recruiting Firms
Equal & Opportunity
TSP Consulting is an Equal Opportunity organization and considers qualified applicants for employment and contracts without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected factor.