Fullstack Engineer


Project description: 

#React #NodeJS

We are looking for React+NodeJS full-stack engineers.

Our client is the coliving company from Belgium, Brussels and extends its business to New York and Paris. They buy, renovate houses, and then they operate these houses as guest houses.

To operate and support the business client develop three products: 

  • web portal platform for new customers, sales and marketing;
  • the back office for administration and internal use. 
  • the mobile application for tenants to get best experience.

Currently, product in active development and refactoring and update to new technologies stack is in progress. You will be part of the new team and will have a chance to provide your vision to product development.

You will work remotely by Agile/Scrum methodology with regular standups and planning sessions.


  • PM/PO
  • Tech Lead
  • DevOps
  • 3 Full-stack engineers (planned)
  • 1 FrontEnd React/ReactNative engineer (planned)


  • Move platform from PHP to JS/NodeJS code base
  • Develop and improve front-end and backend parts of platform
  • Collaborating with the team and taking direction from the PM, continue the design and redesign of the Cohabs product with a user-centric focus. 
  • Contribute to technical decisions and strategy to further the long-term product vision.
  • Work with minimal supervision
  • Be part of the cross-functional product team,  working with React and NodeJS.
  • Be involved in key product decisions and work closely with the whole team to create intuitive and reliable apps.


  • At least 3 years of experience in React development
  • At least 2 years of experience in NodeJS development
  • English - intermediate or higher

As a Plus

  • Experience in developing distributed systems
  • Multithreading programming, memory management best practices
  • Experience in source version control with Git
  • Knowledge of REST and third-party libraries

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