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Manager – Software Engineer


This is a Contract position in Los Angeles, CA posted March 30, 2020.

* Disclaimer: COVID-19 – Our main purpose is to assist those out of work, therefore our business is still fully functioning. We closed our funding round and have no need for additional assistance. We are fully functional remote and will proceed with our process that way until we are able to resume onsite.*

From immigrants facing deportation to employees’ sexual harassment cases, we have now turned our primary focus towards helping disabled people get government benefits. We are looking for a Full Stack Software Engineering Manager to come in and not only manage, but contribute to automating systems that have never been automated before.What You Will Be Doing

– Build client-facing web applications and APIs
– Architect, design write and review test
– Minimize technical debt
– Participate in product road mapping
– Advocate new technologies and methodologiesWhat You Need for this Position

At Least 4 Years
– Node
– React
– Typescript
– GraphQL
– Express

– CircleCI
– Heroku
– Salesforce
– Prismic
– TwilioWhat’s In It for You

– Health Benefits with 100% premiums covered
– 15 Vacation & 14 paid holidays
– 401(k) and optional HSA
– Personal weekly coaching and mentorship
– Membership: ClassPass, TalkSpace, OneMedical
– Free snacks, drinks, weekly lunches, occasional team dinners/events/retreats
– Free parking or Metro PassSo, if you are a Senior Full Stack Software Engineer with experience, please apply today!

Security Clearance will be needed – therefore, only US citizens can be considered.

CyberCoders will consider for Employment in the City of Los Angeles qualified Applicants with Criminal Histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring (Ban the Box) Ordinance.