Frontend Engineer with JavaScript AND TypeScript - San Francisco, CA

Front End development specialization with the following skills:

    • TypeScript (ideally independent of Angular)

    • JavaScript

    • Working w/ HTML DOM, browser (DOM) event handling, drag-and-drop, and CSS

    • We don’t want web site developers (if all they have is web site development experience, forget it)

    • We want engineers with commercial, enterprise software development experience in building Rich internet apps for enterprises.

    • Candidates should have experience working for software companies.

  • Computer Science degree is a MUST

  • When COVID-19 is over, the ability to work out of our SF office (so should be within commute distance of the office)

    • We might make an exception to this for exceptional candidates

  • Track record of holding a steady job (longevity in employment history)

    Very nice to have:

    • Object-Oriented development experience (not PHP, but rather Java, C++, or C#)

    • Developers that have worked on Platform / Tools before (ex: Form builders, workflow development tools)

The development is exciting, cutting-edge, and as modern as it gets – any developers dream – as it’s for our DIP platform, supported by Dept of Energy).

Hyperservice platform: If they already have SAP and Salesforce, their software sits on top of SAP and Salesforce. Makes it so that if somebody sells something it pulls it from SAP and does everything in an automated platform. So, they are able to automate what is done in both SAP and Salesforce at the same time.


Position Contact
Daniel Parrillo
(415) 816-3874
San Francisco, CA

A recruiting manager and talent acquisition professional with over 20 years of experience recruiting in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Completed my second bachelor's degree in information systems, complimenting an MBA degree. Continually building professional network and candidate pipeline of software engineers and technical talent via social recruiting strategies, networking, attending local technical MeetUp presentations and conferences,

I host and moderate four major LinkedIn communities: Eclipse, Ruby-on-Rails, Java User Group[JUG], and Bay Area Technical Recruiters Society [BATRS]) and contribute and promote many other software engineering MeetUp events, foundations, ecosystems, and online communities.

With the belief that we should use technology to prove ROI, status, and productivity of recruiting strategy, I am very experienced with applicant tracking systems and related reports that allow hiring principles to view the status of submittals and job requirements via a real-time cloud-based application. My experience includes recruiting for immediate job requirements as well as generating career interest from passive candidates in order to generate a pipeline of qualified technical talent.

I have the ability and knowledge to contribute and participate in programming communities hosted by Microsoft (MDN), Oracle Technology Network, Google’s Code, Microstrategy, and others - because I am NOT perceived as a "headhunter" or recruiter... - I'm a software engineer and I leverage this status for purposes of developing a pipeline of passive candidates and individuals interested in leveraging introductions into professional business relationships that will last careers (not just immediate employment or business needs.)

Specialties: Technical Recruiting and Human Resource Services - specializing in staffing strategies, employer branding, and resource augmentation for start-up software and web services companies in the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley

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