Senior Full-Stack Developer [Team Lead] @ SkillsTrainer - World's largest vocational skilling platform with over 1.3 million learners

Posted 2 years ago

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💼 Experience
Senior (5-8 years)
💰 Salary range/Hourly rate:
24-32 LPA + Equity
📝 Description


World's largest vocational skilling portal with over 1.3 million learners

SkillsTrainer is an online platform to help students acquire market ready skills like:

  • data entry operator
  • security guard
  • app based delivery agent etc

We are one of the largest partners of GoI's e-Skill India portal. We are building an infrastructure to train and help youth find jobs in organised sectors.

The pandemic fuelled our growth, and we added over a million new users in the last 2 years.

We are looking for a lead full stack developer to accelerate our growth by building a B2C ready product (app+website+apis+data).

💼 Requirements

  • Problem solver mindset
  • 5+ years of experience in SaaS companies/ Startups
  • Experience with React and Python (AWS is a plus)
  • Experience with optimising costs and performance for high-workload sites
  • Excellent spoken and written communications skills
  • Ability to take charge and evolve into Tech Lead/CTO

💪 Responsibilities

  • Develop backend APIs and Tasks using Flask and Python
  • Develop and manage admin and user facing frontends in React and JavaScript
  • Help determine growth metrics and sync with marketing to optimise campaigns
  • Take ownership of your work
  • Collaborate closely with the team (currently remote) and help plan sprints
  • Collaborate with the design team to iterate on designs before implementations
  • Mentor junior developers

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