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Front End Developer

Think Ministry Inc

We are looking for a Front End Software Developer responsible for the client side of our software applications. Your primary focus will be to write JavaScript code to build or enhance software in the form of a mobile and desktop web app, with a focus on performance. Your main duties will include creating modules and components and coupling them together into a functional app. The artistic design will be delivered to you, together with a few HTML templates, but we will ask for your help in regard to animations, CSS, and final HTML output. You will work in a team with the back-end developer, and communicate with the API using standard methods. A thorough understanding of all of the components of our platform and infrastructure is required.



Responsibilities



  • Writing tested, idiomatic, and documented JavaScript, HTML and CSS

  • Refactoring and maintaining existing front end applications

  • Following existing patterns, practices, and conventions established in existing code

  • Hours must be documented and reported by the 1st of each month

  • Must attend 2 sprint stand-up meetings per week

  • Must attend 2 code review meetings per week

  • Authoring new applications and application features

  • Ensuring high performance on mobile and desktop

  • Cooperating with the back-end developer in the process of building the RESTful API

  • Communicating with external web services



Skills and Qualifications



  • Professional, precise communication skills including asking for help/direction when needed

  • Proficiency with “vanilla” JavaScript, ES6, and HTML5

  • Experience with Webpack and Babel

  • Validating user actions on the client side and providing responsive feedback

  • Proficiency with utilizing source control (GIT)

  • Understanding of Progressive Web Application standards, conventions, and approaches

  • Ensuring a clear dependency chain, in regard to the app logic as well as the file system

  • Understanding of .NET MVC nice to have

  • Understanding of AngularJS nice to have