MAKE MONDAYS SUCK LESS.
Kansas City, Missouri

Front-end Web Developer

Experience

  • Minimum 2 years of professional Web development experience

Front-end development requirements

  • Expert at writing semantic, well-formed and standards-compliant HTML; hand-in-hand with writing modular, cascading and reusable CSS
  • An extremely high attention to detail; capable of pixel-perfect page construction and progressive enhancement techniques that perform well across browsers, browser versions and viewports (yes, even IE8+ from time to time)
  • Experience coding and testing responsive HTML emails
  • Experience optimizing websites for mobile devices
  • Experience with Sass / Less
  • Experience with CSS frameworks (like Bootstrap)
  • Expert at converting PSD compositions into code; highly skilled with Photoshop
  • Working knowledge of JavaScript, jQuery and JSON
  • Familiar with Git as a source code management tool
  • Familiar with HTML templating (WordPress PHP templates, Jade, Liquid, etc.)
  • Can show us something cool you’ve built (or contributed to) on your own time
  • Keep up-to-date on current tools and best practices. Eager to learn more tools and implement them into projects.

Bonus round

  • Experience with Javascript automated build tools like Gulp or Grunt
  • Comfortable using terminal / console commands
  • HTML5 animation experience with Greensock/GSAP
  • API experience with any of the following: Facebook, Google Maps, MailChimp, Twitter, Authorize.net, UPS, AWS, Salesforce
  • Acumen in hacking WordPress themes and plugins
  • Experience with Angular 2, React, or Backbone
  • Experience creating mobile apps

Team- and project-specific responsibilities

  • Plays well with both designers and marketing people; can talk with strangers.
  • Ability to define project specifications and accurately estimate effort for timelines and deliverables
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment managing multiple priorities

Ability to work both collaboratively with colleagues on project teams as well as independently and efficiently

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