Full Stack Developer

At CoLab Software, we empower engineering teams to build the future, faster. Our first product is a cloud-based design review and issue tracking platform developed specifically for the workflow of manufacturing teams using Computer Aided Design (CAD) software. We're growing, and are looking for a Full Stack Developer to join our team.

Responsibilities:
  • Building upon the current Python Flask and JavaScript stack to implement customer feature requests, bug fixes, code refactors, etc.
  • Building a beautiful a web application that is responsive, performant, and accessible
  • Researching, evaluating and contributing to the planning of high level architecture decisions
  • Translating feature requests and bug fixes into development tasks
  • Helping prioritize, story point and assign development tasks
  • Contributing to company and product vision, ideation and planning.

Requirements:
  • Proficient with HTML, CSS, and Javascript
  • Proficient with Python and experience with a Python web framework
  • Previous experience with an SPA framework such as ReactJS would be an asset
  • Previous experience with test automation would be an asset

Why Join CoLab?
  • Join a startup that is set to rapidly expand and begin developing innovative products
  • Develop software that you can be proud to showcase
  • Express your own creative input in the design and implementation of features being pushed to users on a regular basis
  • Competitive compensation, and opportunity to own shares of the company
  • Be at the forefront of online collaboration in the Computer Aided Design industry
  • Enjoy exciting employee perks and benefits like free coffee and snacks, standing desks, health and dental insurance, frequent team lunches, Friday socials and other events
  • Opportunity to learn and grow faster than anywhere else

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