Concentrix Catalyst

React Native Engineer

Job Locations BR-Remote
Posted Date 5 months ago(1/11/2022 6:04 PM)
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Information Technology and Engineering


Concentrix Catalyst is the experience design and engineering team of Concentrix, a leading global solutions company that reimagines everything CX through strategy, talent and technology. We combine human-centered design, powerful data and strong tech to accelerate CX transformation at scale.


Write clean, reusable, maintainable, and readable code
Be a part of the conversation from the start, involved in the full lifecycle of projects
Drive development forward and translate requirements into pragmatic solutions
Work with UX & UI designers, researchers and other engineers (web and mobile), you can flex your .Net chops to help shape, design and build digital products that help solve important business needs
Be someone who is a great listener and you communicate clearly


Up to 4 years experience developing mobile apps, ideally with 2-3 of those years working in React Native iOS and/or Android
Commercial experience with cloud services such as AWS or Azure
Experience working with Microservices and SOA Proficiency with front-end frameworks: React.js, Vue.js, or Angular
The passion to work in a client-facing role
The ability to write code that follows SOLID principles, platform-specific conventions, and common design patterns
An understanding of architectural principles and design patterns, including the trade-offs for each
Commercial experience in Continuous Integration and writing testable code
Experience in a cross-functional, AGILE development environment - SCRUM and Kanban
A history of always improving your knowledge and skills Bonus - Knowledge of and experience working with CQRS and experience with Event Sourcing
Bonus - Experience on other platforms (e.g. .NET and/or AWS)
Bonus - Functional programming and protocol-oriented programming experience


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