• Front End Developer (UI/UX)

    Job Locations US-Herndon, VA | US-CA-San Diego
    Job ID
    2018-1382
    Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

    Are you looking for an innovative, cyber technology company with products and solutions that let your talents shine? We are seeking a UI Developer to join our growing team in San Diego, CA/Herndon, VA. If you are a problem solver, and enjoy designing and building innovative solutions, read on.  This position will work with the Technical Lead, UX Designers, and Software Developers.  This is a great opportunity to team up and make a difference in our company brands, and user experience.

    Responsibilities

    • Work cross-functionally with UX, Product, and Engineering teams
    • Define, code, test and deploy new features with an emphasis on extensibility and performance
    • Utilize the latest techniques in HTML5, CSS and JavaScript to produce beautiful user interfaces and experiences for our customers
    • Develop new user facing features, and user interfaces
    • Build reusable code and libraries for future use
    • Ensure the technical feasibility of UI/UX designs

    Qualifications

    • U.S. Citizenship required
    • Must be able to obtain/maintain a security clearance
    • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science
    • 4+ years of experience working as a UI or Front End Developer within a software development environment
    • Demonstrated proficiency in all front-end web languages (HTML, CSS, and JavaScript)
    • Strong background with one or more client-side MVC frameworks, (Angular, Aurelia, React, Vue.js)
    • Strong background using CSS frameworks such as Bootstrap
    • Solid experience with CSS pre-processors such as LESS or SASS a plus
    • Good sense of graphic design, and UI skills
    • Bonus points for experience writing reusable UI components with Vue.js
    • General understanding of UX design trends and principles a plus

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