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Front End Developer
You are a talented Front End Developer who is passionate about usability, interaction design, and technology
You excel at working with multidisciplinary teams to develop great user experiences
You love working with smart people and want to be part of a team
You are the ultimate power web user keeping yourself up-to-date with the latest trends and breakthroughs in web development technology
You have a strong record of project execution and completion and have experience with Scrum and agile development practices
You are excited by the challenge of pushing the limits of the web platform to deliver disruptive, innovative solutions to the world that will delight your customers
Translate wireframes and sketches into working prototypes to refine interface behaviors
Build and maintain front-end libraries and frameworks
Profile and optimize the code to get the best possible performance across browsers and operating systems
Work closely with designers and other developers in a tightly knit, agile team
Keep your ear to the ground and help us incorporate industry best practices and important developments into our products
Experience developing enterprise web applications
Experience with modern JS technologies, such as AngularJS, jQuery, React, Redux, Node.JS, etc
Experience with modern CSS frameworks such as SASS and LESS
Experience writing dynamic UIs that make Ajax calls to a RESTful web service
Experience with Agile development, preferably Scrum
Experience with Git
Experience with SCSS
This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required. Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities at any time.
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