About the Role
Accrue is looking for an individual that is looking to kick start their career in ecommerce and digital advertising. Our ideal candidate has 2-3 years of experience working at a professional organization in development. The individual will be required to perform to lead a critical project for Accrue.
Developing front-end website architecture which includes designing interactive, responsive, and dynamic web pages
Developing back-end applications, databases and servers for creating a highly functional website
Troubleshooting, suggesting improvements and debugging
Staying well-informed about the current developments in the world of web development, learning about emerging concepts in full stack, and updating project leaders regarding the same
Working with team members of different expertise to provide a user-friendly and smooth website application as an end-result
Ensuring the safety and security of the website/application/software developed
Meeting with decision-makers and introducing new developments to the project to ensure optimal web development.
Developing Application Programming Interface (APIs) which is quite indispensable when it comes to working with different software
About the Company
We are a team of digital and eCommerce professionals that are passionate to help brands win on Amazon and other marketplaces through expertise and technology. When it comes to talent we don’t see boundaries. We value remote working, we don’t care where you are as long as u are top talent that is ambitious, curious and possess high ownership.
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