AstroLabs is committed to developing the digital ecosystem of the MENA region and is leading the charge in this effort. We run one of the highest-rated digital skills Academies in the region, operate 2 co-working spaces that support over 150 startups in the UAE and KSA, provide Talent and recruitment services to tech companies you use on a daily basis, support the international expansion of organizations through our company incorporation services, and run amazing incubators and accelerators for entrepreneurs with government and corporate partners. We are Ambitious, we take Ownership, and are committed to Excellence.
If you are a high-performing, driven individual that loves working with startups or has founder experience, then read on - we would love for you to join our dynamic team!
We are looking for a Fullstack Developer to join our team!
The Fullstack Developer will be a crucial role at AstroLabs, being in developing of all tech systems and platforms at AstroLabs. This role will involve being a crucial part of a small but growing team, working with the Technology Director in building and maintaining custom built microservices architecture, working with devops tools (Google cloud), connecting dozens of services with API's and automation, and managing development (sometimes from scratch and sometimes on top of existing CMS's).
Software Development (70%)
Building distributed microservices architecture.
Integration with 3rd party APIs and Payment Processors.
Content Management (10%)
Experience with microservices and complex API integrations.
Experience in managing a complex WordPress environment with custom pages and post types (eCommerce and learning management system functionality).
Fluent in WordPress Backend, Visual Composer & WooCommerce.
In-depth knowledge of HTML, CSS, Js (jQuery) & Bootstrap 3.x.
Understanding of JSON and OpenAPI standards.
Experience in WinSCP or any other SFTP Client.
Experience in working with WordPress Hooks and Plugin development.
Basic SEO knowledge (You should know where to use <H1> tag and where to use <P> tag).
Have an “Inbox Zero” mentality and always close the loop with the team.
Microservices (on any stack)
Redis, Varnish & Amazon SQS