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Back End Developer

Company Overview

Rose Digital is a Manhattan-based digital agency focused on helping market-leading brands build the future. Leading the way, we have used augmented reality to launch a new product lines for Adidas, rebuilt Fuse from the ground up with Serverless/Next.js, and assisted a nonprofit start a movement to solve the opioid epidemic. Although, our business focus is on mobile and augmented reality experiences, our real passion is to build best in class digital products.


  • Review and approve code written by all levels across languages and areas of responsibility.
  • Assist and educate junior engineers.
  • Responsible for significant architectural design.
  • Communicate with clients and external stakeholders.
  • Translate client requests into detailed task diagnoses.
  • Maintain and improve legacy systems.
  • Track own time and team time by project, phase, and ticket; provides feedback; forecast and report on task and labor burn-down to PM.
  • Write and maintain documentation, specifications, and tests.
  • Assign tasks to junior engineers as necessary.
  • Help plan & roadmap new features and functionality.
  • Collaborate with Front-end developers to integrate user-facing elements.
  • Maintain repositories, build/deployment environments, and infrastructure.
  • Review and approve pull requests.


  • 8+ years’ experience with JavaScript and Node.js.
  • 7+ years professional experience in software development, including at least 3 years working on an agile team
  • 7+ years’ experience skill in designing, deploying, maintaining, and refining project architectural requirements
  • Solid knowledge of React and Redux principals and build out
  • Demonstrated organizational, analytical and interpersonal skills
  • Flexible team player
  • Ability to communicate technical information clearly and articulately
  • Strong working knowledge of public cloud infrastructure.
  • Demonstrated experience delivering on-time production-quality code conforming to client-business requirements.
  • Expert and intuitive debugging and troubleshooting ability.
  • Thorough knowledge of domain logic, client and application requirements, backlog, deadlines, and pipeline status
  • Expert level of experience of version control, including log analysis, rebasing, patching, and hooks
  • Expert in tooling and of advanced shell programming, system monitoring, and session management.
  • Advanced knowledge of vi or emacs.
  • Experience with serverless applications, including AWS Lambda and the Serverless Framework.
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