Sangoma Poland Poland
3 weeks ago
Sangoma’s value proposition is audaciously simple, our solution is highly scalable and our level of service reliability is unparalleled. Sangoma offers the only global fully integrated communication and productivity SaaS platform in the market which includes: UCaaS, Collaboration, Video, Contact Center, Virtualization, Access Controls, and Trunking. We are looking for:
Under the direction of the CCAAS platform Lead Architect, the Frontend Engineer will be responsible for the following duties:
• Design and implement frontend software related to the CCAAS platform
• Design and develop mobile applications for the CCAAS platform
• Perform any debugging and issue analysis of the issues reported by customers
• Integrate third party cloud APIs and libraries
• Use best practices coding and software development to produce highly efficient scalable and secure software
• Fluent in English language both in writing and speaking
• At least 5 years of experience in web... and mobile applications development
• Strong knowledge ofAngularJS and ReactJS frameworks
• Goodknowledge of react-native and hands on experience with mobile application development (Androidand ios)
• String knowledge of source control tools like GIT, subversion, etc..
• At least 5 years of experiencewith Linux based operating systems
• Good understanding of multi-system-based application
• Experience in building scalable and redundant applications software
• Ability to quickly learn new technologies
• Good frontend debugging skills
• Always puts security first. Worries about network and software security.
• Good customer relationship skillset (able to work directly with customers)
• Knowledge of Amazon AWS cloud management tools is an asset
What We Offer:
• Extensive Benefit Options (Health, Vision, Dental, Long & Short term Disability) effective after a short waiting period
• Matching 401K program - 100% match on 4%.
• Flexible Time Off & Company Holidays
• Entrepreneurial work environment partnered with high growth career opportunities
Are you ready to make a direct impact on the company and be rewarded for your performance? Are you ready to take on a new challenge?
Must be authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis for any employer. No agencies or third-party resumes, please.
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