Front End Software Developer

C2 - Competitive Computing

Location: Colchester, VT

Type: Full Time

Education: Bachelor's Degree

Experience: 5 - 10 Years

The C2 (Competitive Computing) Front End Software Developer is a mid-senior level software engineering consultant in the eBusiness practice who produces front end code for web applications following the C2 Software Development Life Cycle and best practices.
  • Collaborate with clients, peers, and management to identify requirements and specifications
  • Develop custom eCommerce solutions and accompanying documentation
  • Produce application code based on design mockups and requirements
  • Participate in team work sessions to design new features and enhancements for existing software products and applications
  • Pursue and maintain technical certifications
  • Interact with project managers, analysts, creative/UX designers and clients
Knowledge & SkillsĀ 
  • Three to seven years of experience writing code for web applications
  • Expert level knowledge of HTML, CSS/Sass, BEM, Javascript
  • One or more of the following frameworks: React, Angular, Vue
  • RESTful API’s, Graph QL, WebSockets
  • Experience with es6, es7, babel, webpack, gulp
  • Typescript
  • Working knowledge of UX best practices, WCAG, content security policies, OSWASP
  • Version control: Git, TFVC
  • Experience with eCommerce website implementations
  • Experience with Content Management Systems
  • Collaboration tools: Microsoft Azure DevOps, Atlassian Jira
  • Experience with project delivery approaches (one/more) of: Agile, Scrum, Kanban
  • Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Computer related field
  • The following are desirable:
    • Proficiency in content delivery, database storage, and cloud services
    • Performance optimization, page load optimization, code splitting, TTR
    • Client-side state management Redux, RxJx, NgRx, VueX
    • Familiarity with:
      • Infrastructure as code
      • OAuth
      • Static site generators
      • Database technology
      • Cloud Services

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