Web Application Developer(Angular)

  • Full Time
  • Montague
  • 80 - 100

Somru BioScience Inc.



(OPEN)
Company Description
Somru Bioscience Inc. is a biotechnology company dedicated to developing breakthrough antibody technology for research, diagnostic and therapeutic applications. The company utilizes a unique and proprietary Somru technology which produces antibodies with superior binding affinity and bioactivity in a wide variety of biological assays in a short period of time.

We also offer a wide range of quality reagents for research and diagnostics applications as well as for biosimilar research and development.


Job Title:
Web Application Developer(Angular)
Job Duties:

Develop high-quality user interfaces using JavaScript and Angular.


Design, develop, and deliver web applications within an Agile framework.

Undertake complex product analysis and development, involving extensive research and analysis.


Make informed decisions on technical and design aspects of projects.

Actively participate in design discussions, providing insightful feedback throughout the development process.


Collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure application performance and reliability.

Troubleshoot and resolve issues in both front-end and back-end code.


Provide technical support to remove bottlenecks and resolve obstacles.

Integrate with third-party APIs and services.


Estimate development time for new application features.

Analyze and resolve production issues.


Manage the entire development lifecycle of one of the existing Angular projects, ensuring timely delivery and high quality.

Serve as a liaison between local and overseas developers to facilitate effective communication and integration of different segments of project work.


Prioritize and balance multiple project demands, ensuring that deadlines are met while maintaining high standards of quality.

Engage in proactive problem-solving related to both project management and technical challenges.


Support continuous improvement by proposing and implementing new processes to enhance team efficiency and effectiveness.

Skills and Experience:


Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a related field, complemented by software development experience.

Minimum of 3 years’ experience in Angular development.



Proficiency in JavaScript libraries and frameworks, including Node.js and Express.


Experience with NoSQL databases (e.g., Firebase, MongoDB), including architecture, modeling, and tool utilization preferable.



Advanced SQL skills with a proven ability to design, optimize, and maintain relational databases.

Expertise in Unit Testing for AngularJS using tools like Karma and Jasmine.


Knowledge of R is a plus.

Strong understanding of HTML and CSS for creating responsive layouts.


Experienced with Agile development methodologies.

Detail-oriented, organized, and meticulous.


Ability to collaborate effectively with team members.

Keen interest in emerging technologies, trends, and best practices.


Proven ability to manage the full lifecycle of a project independently, as each developer currently oversees a separate Angular project.

Strong problem-solving skills with the capacity to work autonomously and prioritize tasks effectively under tight deadlines.


Experience in remote team collaboration, especially across time zones, including coordinating and integrating work with overseas developers.

Excellent communication skills, with the ability to clearly articulate technical challenges and solutions to both technical and non-technical team members.


Capability to adapt quickly to changing priorities and fluctuating workloads.


If you are interested in being considered for this position:Email resume to: [email protected] . Please indicate “ Web Application Developer(Angular)



” on the subject line of your email.

Somru BioScience Inc.


19 Innovation Way

BioCommons Research Park


Charlottetown, PE, C1E 0B7 Canada

TEL: 902-367-4322 | Fax: 902-367-4323



E-MAIL:


[email protected]



Web:


https://somrubioscience.com



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