Senior JavaScript Software Engineer

Kyiv, Ukraine

Striving for excellence is in our DNA. Since 1993, we have been helping the world’s leading companies imagine, design, engineer, and deliver software and digital experiences that change the world. We are more than just specialists, we are experts.


Our client is a multinational mass media and information company with operational headquarters in London, UK. It enables professionals in the financial and risk, legal, tax and accounting, and media markets to make the decisions that matter most, all powered by the world's most trusted news organization.

The product will contain a suite of applications delivered on the client’s existing desktop application to enable customers to access their supply chain risk. It aims to enable compliance and purchasing/sourcing professionals to manage the risks associated with their choice of suppliers. Back-end application architecture is based on micro-services and would be developed from scratch. The underlying content will be available via REST API. Deployment will be to Amazon Web Services.


  • Participating in architectural discussions with the customer;
  • Maintaining high standards of development (code style, test coverage, code review, other quality gates);
  • Building serverless microservices on top of AWS Lambda, etc.


  • 3+ years of commercial experience as a JavaScript Developer;
  • Core JavaScript, deep understanding of JavaScript concepts;
  • Experience with NodeJS, Jasmine, Webpack;
  • Experience with AWS CICD: S3, CloudFront, API Gateway, Lambda, CodePipeline;
  • Serverless framework;
  • Exposure to at least a few SQL/NoSQL data stores;
  • .NET Core experience is a plus;
  • Experience with Agile methodology;
  • Good communication, collaboration, problem-solving and influencing skills;
  • Intermediate/Upper-Intermediate spoken English.

We offer

  • Competitive compensation depending on experience and skills;
  • Individual career path in engineering;
  • Social package - medical insurance, sports;
  • Sick leave and regular vacation;
  • Partial coverage of costs for certification and IT conferences;
  • English classes with certified English teachers.