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Part-time Web Developer Wanted

at Twassistant (Metro Manila)

Twassistant employs people from around the world to remotely assist with the business challenges of North American clients. All of the tasks are communicated to our Canadian team, who manage the relationship with the client to ensure a high quality experience, with no communication or cross-cultural problems. As a result, our clients are receiving a premium remote assistance experience.

We’re looking for a MEAN Stack developer with 2-3 years experience. MEAN is MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, and NodeJS


*Client Focused: An obsession for delighting clients with excellent service and results

  • Reliability: completing tasks on schedule, on budget, and within quality requirements
  • Learning approach: Take on new challenges that are outside current skill set with an open attitude.
  • Detail-oriented: Ensuring that no details are missed
*Good Character: Possessing the following personal characteristics: Integrity, honesty, friendliness, empathy, flexibility, respectfulness, and commitment
  • Excellent written and spoken English communication
  • Write clean, OO code where feasible
  • Good commenting practices, focused on the long-term
  • Problem solving: able to anticipate and solve problems
  • Understand basic practices for development: Git, SVN, development servers, etc.
  • Good communication skills with client, management, and the rest of the programming team
  • Friendly, Professional, and Trustworthy
  • Fast response times with reliable internet connection
  • Ideally have experience with running production systems on Linux.

To apply please email [email protected] with your resume

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Published at 20-03-2017
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