FULL-STACK REACT NATIVE DEVELOPER

Scalable Path · Jan 13th 2020

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Scalable Path is looking for a FULL-STACK REACT NATIVE DEVELOPER to join the team and work on a client project. This is a remote, full-time position.

CLIENT COMPANY DESCRIPTION: The client is a designer who has been hired to create an app that helps people track their health and life goals progress through a self-development program. The end client is high-profile and has over 1 million followers so the app should be used by a large number of people.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: You will be building out a greenfield React Native mobile app from scratch based on existing specs and designs that will be provided by the client (who is a UX/UI designer).

Not only will you need to build out the React Native frontend, but we're hoping you can also build the server-side APIs and database of the application (the client is open using Firebase but not fully decided on the technologies to be used for the backend).

You should create automated tests and QA the app thoroughly before you get it into the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

RELATIONSHIPS - WHO YOU'LL BE WORKING WITH: You will be working directly with me, (the product owner and designer) The client is in the America/Los Angeles (-08:00) PST time zone.

REQUIRED SKILLS: - Strong English skills - React Native - Automated Testing - Mixpanel integration - Launching apps in the Google and Apple app stores

DESIRED (NICE-TO-HAVE) SKILLS: - Ability to make recommendations on technology stack and testing - Backend (Firebase, PHP, Ruby, etc.) - TBD

START DATE: As soon as possible.

EXPECTED CONTRACT DURATION: At least 1-2 months for the initial development, ongoing part-time for further feature releases, bugfixes, etc. There is also another app that this client will want to build and if the first project goes well, you could work on that as well.

NOTES: If you have only React Native skills but are not comfortable building the backend API, please still apply because it is possible that we could bring in a separate developer to implement the backend.

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