User Interface Engineer

Let's face it: front-end development is awesome. Right now, Vestmark has an opportunity for someone who wants to spend their days doing something awesome.¬ This is an exciting time in which we are transitioning our UI so as to use React, Webpack, ES6, Jest, Gulp, SASS and other great tools.¬ You'll have a significant role in this modernization effort and be a senior leader in our Boston office.¬ Be a part of a rising FinTech company, voted Boston Business Journal Best Places to Work two years in a row. Responsibilities:¬ Write front-end code using React, JavaScript, HTML, SASS, Webpack, Jest Act as a senior technical lead to the UI Team Be a significant part of our transition to React and SASS Use Git for version control Write technical design documents from product specifications and user stories Review designs and implementations for code quality and adherence to specifications Work closely with and incorporate feedback from product management and back-end engineers Rapidly fix bugs and solve problems Proactively look for ways to make Vestmark better Convincingly laugh at the VP of Engineering's jokes¬ Requirements:¬ 3-5 years in building browser-based applications Deep understanding of React, JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, along with their use in dynamic, client-oriented web applications Ability and desire to mentor junior developers Working knowledge of design patterns (modules, factories, facades, etc), their pros and cons, and how to use them to solve problems Familiarity with Git or another DVCS Experience with server-side templating engines Disciplined approach to testing and quality assurance, experience with Jest a plus Good understanding of client-server communication protocols and server-side programming Strong command of web standards, CSS-based design, cross-browser compatibility Strong foundation in interaction design principles and the ability to translate user stories into interfaces that facilitate them Desired Skills:¬ Visual design skills¬ Attributes: Extraordinary attention to detail The ability to collaborate with other developers and clearly articulate complex ideas in person a

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