Overview

Tumo Center for Creative Technologies is looking for a Software Developer, who is on a mission to change Armenia and the world by writing awesome code.

Responsibilities:

  • Write various interactive, gamified JS applications as a plugin for TUMO content management system (CMS).
  • Write high quality, readable, maintainable code (including unit tests).
  • Work with the Software Engineering team to propose optimal technical solutions to the proposed requirements and designs.
  • Ensure all user feedback is integrated into the product development lifecycle.
  • Other duties may be assigned.

Required Qualifications:

  • 5 years of strong real world experience in developing Web Applications and at least 3 years of experience in game or interactive applications development.
  • Experience in designing and developing reusable front-end components, modules and tools.
  • Modern JavaScript knowledge (ES2019, ESNext).
  • Experience using TypeScript is a big plus.
  • Experience in JS frameworks is a big plus.
  • Experience in Sass / LESS / Stylus CSS pre-processors is a plus.
  • Unit testing experience with Jasmine / Mocha / Chai is desired.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Good analytical skills.
  • Experience working in international teams is a plus.

About Tumo Center for Creative Technologies

Tumo is an after-school learning center where teenagers acquire digital media skills free of charge. Thousands of students attend Tumo on a regular basis and participate in its innovative, self-paced program. Its educational framework is based on a proprietary platform that promotes learning through interactive game-like levels, exposing users to increasingly challenging activities. Tumo's educational methodology is based on a large set of self-instructional activities that each of the Center's students assembles into a personal learning plan in the areas of animation, game development, web development and filmmaking. To learn more about the Tumo Center for Creative Technologies, please visit: www.tumo.org