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Sr. Full Stack Developer (Node)

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  • Salary: $$55 on c2c, 50 on w2
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  • Work Eligibility: USC, GC, GC-EAD, TN, H1, H4-EAD, OPT-EAD, CPT
  • Job ID: 06120
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Pandya

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This project will be going back and re writing code into secure code within Node.JS for API Ability to dig into Applications Apps are authenticated and authorized through web security about 15 years old Looking for someone who can use PING or Single sign on to tie this together everything will be Node.JS to begin with and then they will be replacing everything with Ping

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Looking for a Lead or Sr Developer for a large authentication authorization initiatives for all external applications and portals. Working under our Authentication/Authorization Lead

This is a 12 Month contract with likelihood of extension.

Strong Node.JS Technical Lead or Sr. Developer
10 years of design & development experience. Experience in:
Strong Node, API, Rest API
Experience with the implementation of a homegrown modern authentication and authorization platform
creating resilient and highly available authentication integrations
Ability to provide innovative solutions to complex issues
Ability to mentor/coach others
Demonstrated ability to build relationships to reach outcomes that gain the support and acceptance of all parties
Ability to set and meet established time-frames while assuring data and information integrity
Experience prioritizing and managing time with little direction
Previous experience troubleshooting and developing creative technical solutions
Demonstrated experience in software development life cycle methodologies

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