Senior UI Developer

Company Name:
Infozone Inc
As Senior UI Developer you would join a cross-functional UX/UI team engaged in the reshaping of an entire product line already established as market-leading. You will help create a framework, controls, and best practices to be adopted division-wide. The group is small, diverse, focused, fun, practices Agile/Lean UX, and reports under the CTO of the Tax & Accounting Division. The focus is on UX, UI, style, interaction, re-usable components and performance. You are serious about tools and clean code.
Help to get dev teams off to a running start with modern presentation techniques
Refactor existing code
Collaborate on the implementation of new custom controls and associated documentation
Participate in regular framework releases as a maintainer (as on open source projects)
Help create and maintain documentation
Take an active part in participating in and/or sometimes take the lead in Webex demos
Teach and possibly mentor others one-on-one
Skills Required
A keen eye for design and/or are very design oriented (Pixel perfect)
Consistent source documentation
Expert in at least one of the major JS libraries such as jQuery or Underscore
Strong knowledge of cross-browser issues and compatibilities
Conversant with at least one of the major CSS pre-processors (Stylus, LESS, Sass)
Conversant with at least one of the major version control systems (Git, Mercurial, Subversion, TFS)
Comfortable with command-line (bash)
Conversant with basic NodeJS tools such as npm, bower, GruntJS
Conversant with image manipulation tools such as Photoshop and Illustrator
Adaptability to a variety of design and dev environments, operating systems and tools (OS X, Open Source, Windows, .NET)
Skills Preferred
Experience with at least one Javascript MV application framework (such as AngularJS, Backbone, Ember, Knockout)
Experience with SVG in the browser
Solid writing and public speaking chops
Experience with at least one native framework (such as iOS, Android, WPF, Silverlight, Flex, QT/QML, or the like)

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