Full-stack Developer

Ukraine (Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk)


Full-stack Developer

Ukraine (Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk)

Join Cloudprinter.com and take part in the development of a fast-growing platform for automated print integration. Cloudprinter.com offers a number of API solutions for automated order processing, routing, status handling.
We are searching for a full-stack developer for our apps team in Lviv, Ukraine. Development and maintenance of our Connected Apps and Integrations, and integration to new external services at a fast pace. The Connected Apps can be anything from a microservice with a Vuejs front-end and Nodejs API back-end, to a plugin for an external platform. Every app and integration is different, so fast learning is key.

Needed skills:

  • Nodejs
  • Vue.js
  • MongoDB
  • Git

As a plus:
  • PHP
  • Docker
  • Redis
  • OAuth
  • MySQL
  • Linux

  • Development and maintenance of new services
  • Write clear, structured, high-quality code
  • Participation in design and planning of new features
  • Develop and maintain technical documentation

We expect you to have worked 2+ years with development in Nodejs, have experience with larger applications and microservice infrastructure, API integrations, authentication, testing, etc.
Working for Cloudprinter.com is more a lifestyle than a regular office job. We hate 9-5 and strict structures. We move fast and you have to be there when it happens. Our clients and partners are all around the world, so we work flexible hours. We expect you to be flexible and we give a high level of flexibility back.
You must be able to work from our office in Lviv or Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine, and in a close corporation with an experienced team-lead. We work on Git, Slack, Google Docs and so. You will mainly work with our teams in Lviv, but also remote teams.

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