TCI has an immediate need for a Full Stack Software Developer in Louisville, KY. This is not a C2C opportunity.  This is a contract-to-hire opportunity.

NOTE:  This position requires US Citizenship or Permanent Residence.

  • Work, as part of an agile team, with the product owner, team members, and stakeholders to understand requirements for simple-to-complex business systems.
  • Work with other agile team members to ensure that systems are being built to defined expectations and perform change management functions as needed.
  • Analyze and perform modifications to systems as requested by end users.
  • Analyze and assist in correction of problems which may occur in system operations.
  • Actively supports and complies with all components of the compliance program, including, but not limited to, completion of training and reporting of suspected violations of law and company policy.
  • Maintains confidentiality of all information; abides with HIPAA and PHI guidelines at all times.
  • Bachelors Degree in a related field and a minimum of 2-6 years of experience as a web application developer (no degree must have a minimum 4 years of experience developing web applications).
  • Experience working with SQL Server and NoSQL databases.
  • Experience with JavaScript, NodeJS, Express or Fastify, and web APIs as part of a Service Oriented Architecture.
  • Experience with unit testing like Jest, Mocha, or similar unit test frameworks.
  • Comfortable working in a MacOS x, Linux and/or Unix development environments.
  • Web development using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, XML, Angular, and like languages.
  • Experience with web applications.
  • Experience working in an agile/scrum setting is preferred.
  • Knowledge of JSON and ORMs such as Mongoose is highly desirable.
  • Comfortable with mobile and desktop applications is preferred.
  • Work Schedule is Hybrid 2 days on-site in Louisville, KY and 3 days local/remote.
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