Job Openings Full Stack Engineer

About the job Full Stack Engineer


  • Collaborate with engineering team in design and development of technology stack, network security and data source security and protection measures
  • Write and consolidate technical product release requests
  • Write and implement clean, optimize and reusable code, and server-side logic in backend systems/applications using the latest software development infrastructure and methods
  • Implement unit tests, conduct code reviews, refactor source codes, assess and improve site/software performance, and maintain design and code documentation
  • Ensure coding best practices and standards, introduce new and relevant information in code documentation, scalability, testing techniques and refactoring
  • Engage closely with fellow Full Stack Engineers to build and ensure synchrony, QA Engineers to conduct tests and quality assurance processes, DevOps Engineers for CI/CD integrations, and Product Managers for technical requirements analysis and breakdown

Required Skills and Qualifications

  • Strong background in Java Springboot and ReactJS
  • At least 3- 5 years in frontend and backend software development role
  • Broad experience in testing, debugging, and resolving application issues, and enjoys solving complex technical problems
  • Experience in Agile methodology and overall understanding of development lifecycle
  • Experience in Atlassian products
  • Broad experience in Linux-based OS, shell commands and shell scripting
  • Broad experience in headless CMS framework
  • Broad experience in CI/CD pipeline
  • Broad experience in infrastructure design tools
  • Experience in frontend libraries and technologies (HTML5, JavaScript, jQuery, CSS, SASS, ]

Why should you join us?

The Technology Team will be the overseer of all technological aspect of the organization - enhance, maintain, rebuild and adapt the platforms as we expand to SouthEast Asia. You will work closely with the different business units to streamline the necessary operational and functional processes.