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Full-Stack Engineer

Engineering | Remote | Full Time

Job Description

                        Full-Stack Engineer


We are seeking a Full-Stack Engineer to have proven knowledge in all stages of software development building enterprise class, software applications from front-end to back-end across multiple technology layers including Front End Development, API Design and DevOps functions while also including infrastructure server/ configuration automation. 

Additional responsibilities include architecture, design, implementation, and testing of UI, services, and backend components and databases. Proven experience and knowledge for the following, but not limited to dynamic server coding environments such as PHP, Angular or Node .js and developing REST APIs; Working knowledge of HTTP, HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, AJAX, JSON, WebSocket, NoSQL database systems (Mongo); Knowledge of configuration management systems such as Puppet. Wordpress experience is a big plus. .NET knowledge is desirable. 



  • Bilingual Spanish - English
  • PHP (Zend Certification a plus)
  • Javascript, jQuery, CSS3, HTML5, Zend Framework, LESS FrameWork
  • Development and administration of MongoDB
  • JIRA
  • SVN (for source control)
  • Know how to scale
  • Problem Solver
  • Proficient with Linux (CentOS6+)
  • Minimum 5 years of programming experience
  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or higher is a plus.
  • Strong working knowledge of Internet networking technologies and principals including TCP/IP and DNS/BIND.
  • Proven ability to absorb, master and leverage emerging technologies.
  • Other technologies such as Wordpress and .NET are desirable.


What we offer: Fast-paced, fun-loving, multinational team, entrepreneurial environment where you will be given lots of responsibility and space for creativity in planning and execution.


This is a home-office position, with some in-person meetings every now and then in Mexico City.