|Date Posted||October 16, 2019|
The application is used by millions of customers to manage important interactions like paying bills, viewing statements, and redeeming rewards. Engineers will build on top of an established application architecture that leverages the Angular Elements package to run AngularJS and Angular in the same single page application. The work consists of converting individual features that live in an Nx-powered monorepo from AngularJS to Angular, and adding tests that allow the features to be deployed automatically to production via an existing Continuous Delivery pipeline.
Front-end “All-Stars” who may not have written Angular in a while, or who are focused on another framework like React are welcome. The most important qualifications are demonstrable advanced- to expert-level proficiency in front-end engineering, application architecture, and software testing from the unit level up through the acceptance level.
- They will be doing a migration from Angular JS 1.3 to Angular 7 (This is one of the largest Angular migrations EVER)
- They would want someone who is very strong in Angular and has the Angular background using that version but Angular 7 isn’t needed. They should have Angular 4 or 5 at a minimum. They should be Angular experts or close to it.
- Typescript is needed along with java script and HTML and CSS
- AWS is nice to have
- They should have some NODE JS, but since they have so many needs they don’t require it for everyone. They want some of the people they hire to have this and AWS.