Member of Technical Staff- Frontend
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We are looking for a Frontend Developer who is motivated to combine the art of design with the art of programming. Responsibilities will be included the translation of the UI/UX design wireframes to actual code that will produce visual elements of the application. You will be working with the UI/UX designer and bridge the gap between graphical design and technical implementation, taking an active role on both sides and defining how the application looks as well as how it works.
- Design, develop and unit test complex UI components using React library
- Translating designs and wireframes into high quality code
- Follow best practices, guidelines and blueprints for the team
- Have technical ownership of one or more modules and work with the leads, managers and architects in the delivery
- Strong problem solving, analytical, design, decision-making and communication skills
- Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
- Create and maintain software documentation
Required Skills/ Qualification:
- 4+ years’ experience in UI Development
- Thorough understanding of React.js and its core principles
- Experience with popular React.js workflows (such as Flux or Redux)
- Building reusable components and front-end libraries for future use
- Proficient in CSS, HTML, Bootstrap, and writing cross-browser compatible code
- Knowledge of Angular JS is a plus
- Proficient understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues and ways to work around them
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