Senior Frontend Engineer

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Want to work for a company you love? Are you a Senior Frontend Engineer ? You will work with the UI/UX designer and bridge the gap between graphical design and technical implementation, taking an active role on both sides and defining how the application looks as well as how it works.
Responsibilities Develop new user-facing features Build reusable code and libraries for future use Ensure the technical feasibility of UI/UX designs Optimize application for maximum speed and scalability Assure that all user input is validated before submitting to backend Collaborate with other team members and stakeholders Skills 5+ years of front end development experience Expert knowledge of web markup, including HTML5, CSS3 Good understanding of server-side CSS pre-processing platforms, such as LESS and SASS Expert knowledge of client-side scripting and JavaScript frameworks, including jQuery Good understanding of advanced JavaScript libraries and frameworks, such as AngularJS, KnockoutJS, BackboneJS, ReactJS, DurandalJS etc.
Good understanding of asynchronous request handling, partial page updates, and AJAX Proficient knowledge of image authoring tools, to be able to crop, resize, or perform small adjustments on an image.
Familiarity with tools such as as Gimp or Photoshop is a plus Proficient understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues and ways to work around them Proficient understanding of code versioning tools, such as Git / Mercurial / SVN Good understanding of SEO principles and ensuring that application will adhere to them

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