Full Stack Developer (Remote) at Simpluris (Costa Mesa, CA) (allows remote)

Full Stack Developer (Remote) at Simpluris (Costa Mesa, CA) (allows remote)

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Location: Costa Mesa, CA
Type: Full Time
Created: 2021-11-18 05:01:00

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Simpluris is a national class action settlement administrator with offices in Florida and California. We provide a suite of technology-based services to develop, execute and administer class action lawsuits from discovery through distribution. With a strong focus on customer service and utilizing proprietary systems and innovative solutions, Simpluris has built a first-rate reputation for handling legal cases. Our core values and our commitment to excellence drive our Mission in providing premium settlement administration services. We are a purpose driven company made up of an ever expanding team of purpose driven people.

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With our portfolio of projects and verticals on the rise, Simpluris seeks to hire a Full Stack Developer in the Western or Mountain region of the United States (e.g. Arizona, Colorado, California, etc.) to primarily work on building dynamic website applications for the various legal case projects we administer. These applications are built utilizing existing patterns and modern technologies such as React and REST API's (built on top of Amazon AWS server-less technologies such as Lambda, S3, DynamoDB, SQS, etc.). This position is a remote working opportunity (Simpluris will provide necessary equipment).


  • Competitive Salary and PTO
  • Health, dental, vision, and life insurance (plus FSA available)
  • 401k with company matching
  • Opportunities to learn new roles and new technologies

If you think you have what it takes, come join our growing team of purpose driven people! This is a full time, permanent position and compensation is commensurate with experience. Please submit salary requirements along with resume.

This is who we areFind out more about Simpluris, our company, our people, and our culture here: