GMP has established itself as the pioneer of Interoperable Smart Parking which connects all parking and mobility stakeholders on a common platform who are operating in silos. GMP has had great success in the European market and is now expanding in US and other markets globally. This is an opportunity to be part of a high growth team with a global footprint.
You will be responsible for developing Web apps which change the way parking industry operates. You will design, develop, and implement new ideas and products from scratch. You will be interfacing with the server side engineering team to scale out our apps across thousands of users.
Implementing visual components & building rich UI for complex internal and external systems.
Taking ownership of modules, and building the foundation of new systems which are inline with improved quality, process & productivity
Working closely with downstream systems, understand raw data and translate/combine that intelligently to meaningful and helpful information which will be ultimately useful to the customer.
Understanding the parking domain, its problems and coming up with its solutions.
Able to solve the problems of the team, with maximum ownership of the projects you work on.
Understanding of flux architecture for frontend, and previous experience with Redux or similar libraries.
Knowledge of REST as well as GRAPHQL.
Proficiency in PWA and mobile-first web applications is a must.
Knowledge of unit testing libraries (enzyme, jest, react testing library, mocha, etc.)
GIT knowledge is a plus.
Knowledge of CSS and usage of pre-post processors(PostCSS, SASS, LESS).
Knowledge on AWS would be appreciated.
An active Github account is preferred but we would be just as happy to listen to your work experiences.
Must have experience in setting up the full UI workflow layer right from Development, Testing, Building, and Deployment.
Knowledge on Node server, Socket connections, and mechanisms to handle real-time async data would be a plus.
Knowledge of good dev tooling for high productivity(Webpack, Babel, Grunt, Enzyme, Flux).
Have an understanding of templating systems in the front end landscape.