ReactJS Developer - Aspire - Singapore

About Aspire

ASPIRE IS REINVENTING BANKING IN SOUTHEAST ASIA Today in Southeast Asia, 50% of small-medium businesses don't have access to credit because banks do not make enough profit on small size loans. Through technology & innovation, Aspire small business owners, now they can access Fast and Small loans, and contribute to the real world. Aspire is an early stage FinTech startup accelerated by Y-Combinator (#1 Worldwide incubation program). At Aspire it's more than hiring the best talent, we believe that having the right person, leads to the creation of better product & services to the businesses we serve.


About the role:

At Aspire, we pride ourselves on building an amazing team. As a React.js Developer, you will be involved from conception to completion with projects that are technologically sound and aesthetically impressive.

The right person takes initiative, likes to learn & deals with integrity. This is a great opportunity for someone wanting to work to make a difference to your community with talented & motivated team members in a diverse, energetic workplace; and a company dedicated to your success, growth, and advancement.


What will you be doing?

● Responsible for development and improvement of the front-end architecture

● Work and collaborate with the rest of the engineering team

● Work with product and design team

● Learn and understand user interactions

● Develop a flexible and well-structured front-end architecture, along with GraphQL APIs to support it

● Work on R&D projects for new products or experimental tech.

What will you need

● B.S Degree in Computer Science

● Proficient in React.js

● Strong Front-End Development skills

● Familiar with GraphQL.

● Familiar with AWS services such as Lambda

● Experience with REST API's

● Experience using Git

● Team player with interpersonal and communication skills

● Good time-management skills

● Creative & efficient problem solver

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