React Developer

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Position Web Developer Location Allentown, PA Duration 12+ months Interview Phone + Skype Our client is looking for an immediate need Web developer with experience in React JS and Redux Position Responsibilities Develop web-based application solutions for challenging IT projects Determine technical requirements of projects to ensure that client specifications are met Work closely with solution architectstechnical leads to develop new and existing solutions Work closely with Infrastructure teams during implementation of solutions Participate in quality assurance aspects of projects Learn, help design and implement cross business process solutions EducationExperience A bachelor's degree in Information Technology or in a related technical discipline (e.g., Engineering or Science) 3+ yearsrsquo experience working with information technology is required 1-3 years hands-on experience developing solutions with Microsoft technologies is required 1-2 years hands-on experience developing solutions with React JS is required Experience with Microsoftrsquos .NET Framework using C as the development language Experience with web technologies like JavaScript, Redux, and Axios Experience with relational database technologies and programming, e.g. SQL Server Experience with Microsoft's Azure platform Good communication skills, including the ability to work independently Knowledge and experience in applying object-oriented design and implementation Knowledge and experience with project methodologies, e.g. ALM or Agile Ability to apply frameworks, standards and patterns Ability to manage multiple priorities and competing demands