JavaScript Developer

Weehawken, NJ, USA

Ranked as #12 on Forbes’ List of 25 Fastest Growing Public Tech Companies for 2017, EPAM is committed to providing our global team of over 24,000 people with inspiring careers from day one. EPAMers lead with passion and honesty, and think creatively. Our people are the source of our success and we value collaboration, try to always understand our customers’ business, and strive for the highest standards of excellence. No matter where you are located, you’ll join a dedicated, diverse community that will help you discover your fullest potential.


You are curious, persistent, logical and clever – a true techie at heart. You enjoy living by the code of your craft and developing elegant solutions for complex problems. If this sounds like you, this could be the perfect opportunity to join EPAM as a JavaScript Developer. Scroll down to learn more about the position’s responsibilities and requirements.

Currently we are working on a strategic workflow solution to orchestrate and optimize complex business processes with surgical precision. Business Background: SharePoint tools, emails, daily calls are being deployed to support an accelerated close in 2017 and the Daily LCR/DBS production (there is also a Pru Measures mandate to move the existing DLCR process from T3 to T1). There are inherent limitations to managing complex processes this way – manually intensive and people dependent; latency in detecting issues / risks / status / actions in real time; lack of orchestration or decision support that is objective and in real time; lack of integration with IT and Controls to detect one off issues earlier; inability to operate processes in real time or at an exception level. We are also heavily reliant on PEx and consultants to achieve process excellence goals – but have stalled on developing a data-driven alternative to managing processes.


  • JavaScript;
  • ReactJS or Angular;
  • Oracle (basic);
  • Web Applications;
  • Spring Boot;
  • JPA (Basic to not mandatory);
  • Git (Intermediate);
  • Maven/Gradle (Basic to not mandatory);
  • Test Driven Development (Advance).