Full Stack Developer

R&DFull-timetelavivTel-Aviv, IL

monday.com is looking for a full stack developer to build new features and directly impact the future of our product from UI to database. You’ll join one of our Platform Teams based in our headquarters, Tel Aviv, Israel.

About The Role

monday.com is looking for a full stack developer to build new features and directly impact the future of our product from UI to database. You’ll join one of our Platform Teams based in our headquarters, Tel Aviv, Israel.

  • Work with a small team of experienced and highly talented developers in a CI/CD environment with cutting edge technologies.
  • Work closely with Product and Design, taking full responsibility and ownership from conception to post-deployment in a fast-paced, collaborative environment.
  • Our Stack - React.JS, Redux, Node.js, Ruby on Rails, AWS, Elastic Search, Redis, MySQL

Your Experience & Skills

  • Strong technical skills and a passion for developing features end-to-end (client and server).
  • Experience building a web application from scratch.
  • Understanding of product and a passion for building software that provides a great experience.
  • Team player, strong communication skills, and empathetic.
  • Degree in Computer Science (not a must; we're always looking for super talented people).

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