UpStack

React.JS Software Developer

UpStack

International, Anywhere; 100% Remote; Freelance

March 30, 2022

UpStack is a community of fiercely talented freelance developers working remotely for cutting-edge startups. Our focus is working with top-quality clients, placing candidates like you on teams building ground-breaking projects.

Headquartered in New York City, UpStack has offices in Los Angeles with development hubs located internationally. Our community of freelance developers works from anywhere with reliable WiFi: home, shared co-working spaces, or even from the beach!

The Work



  • Work with a small team of top-tier developers to design great user experiences and build innovative applications for web

  • Participate in scrums consisting of cross-functional teams, both software and hardware

  • Ensure that features are delivered efficiently and on-time

  • In addition to code contribution, you will also participate in architectural review and design


Minimum qualifications



  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or equivalent practical experience

  • 5+ years work experience as a software engineer or relevant experience


Preferred qualifications



  • 3+ yrs of experience in developing JavaScript Applications

  • Deep understanding of React.JS framework

  • Proven track record of shipping software and successfully released apps (please include names and links on your resume)

  • Strong attention to detail on every line of code, every unit test, and every commit message

  • Comfortable with rapid development cycles and tight schedules

Benefits when working with Upstack:



  • starter pack: Upstack swag (t-shirts, hoodies, stickers, etc.)

  • work set-up: laptop or device as needed based on project’s requirements;

  • ability to choose the project and the team;

  • support for personal and professional growth;

  • bonus structure for special events in your live (marriage, having a baby);

  • flexible working hours;

  • remote first – you can work from anywhere you choose;


We love when engineers send us a link to their Github and/or StackOverflow accounts, technical blog, or links to apps they’ve shipped.