Frontend Engineer

Industry: Manufacturing
Company size: 10K+

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Job description

A NASDAQ-listed multi-billion dollar technology company helping organizations to build and transform their digital future, is looking for a Frontend Engineer. The engineer will be responsible for converting UI designs into responsive HTML layouts and work on building reusable code and libraries for future use. The candidate is expected to be experienced in front-end and UX with sound skills in HTML, CSS, and jQuery. The company is composed of more than 150,000 people, located in over 180 locations around the world. This is a great opportunity for candidates to join a diverse, inclusive team and rise quickly through the ranks.


Job Responsibilities:

  • Perform effective self-testing and ensure the application meets all relevant standards
  • Convert UI designs into working responsive HTML layouts
  • Code CSS-based websites that are W3C compliant
  • Create animations in HTML5/CSS3 with JavaScript
  • Build reusable code and libraries for future use
  • Implement complex jQuery functionalities
  • Work on cross-browser compatibility for developed code
  • Optimize the application and website for maximum speed, scalability, and SEO

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in Computer Science (or equivalent experience)
  • Experience in Internet-facing web applications
  • Working knowledge of HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery, Bootstrap
  • Experience in modern JavaScript such as ES6, Promises, Testing, Closures, etc.
  • Deep understanding of Chrome Dev Tools and nuances of the timeline for performance monitoring
  • Sound knowledge of UI optimizations and performance
  • Understanding of accessibility standards (WCAG 2.1, AA standard)
  • Strong understanding of network layer, HTTP, HTTPS, cookies, local storage
  • Understanding of server-side CSS pre-processing platforms, such as LESS and SASS
  • Experience with runners/bundlers such as Gulp, Grunt, and Webpack
  • Experience with browser testing and debugging
  • Familiarity with all major browsers and the special considerations required for their various quirks
  • Knowledge of Jasmine / Karma unit test frameworks
  • Passion for user experience and user-centric development
  • Knowledge of UX and layout design etc.
  • Experience with .Net and cloud-based applications is nice to have
  • Proficient knowledge of frameworks such as React, AngularJS, etc and their life cycles is nice to have

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