Front End Developer
- Work in the heart of the CBD
- Long Term Contract with leading Microsoft Partner
- Multiple Roles Available
- Foster effective collaborative working relationships with key internal stakeholders and senior staff across the organisation understand their objectives and utilise UX / UI knowledge design & build appropriate solutions.
- Hands on experience and/or certification in Agile. Demonstrating the ability to contribute to Agile planning activities.
- Deliver complex web enabled projects and initiatives through from initiation to go-live.
- Translating business requirements into design briefs and providing overall direction of project components
- Creation of key project documents including; design plans, prototypes, user stories and functional specifications that serve as the blueprint for expectation management, development and quality assurance
- Demonstrated knowledge and experience with web portal
- Experienced in Durandal Framework including MVC, MVP and MVVM
- A good aesthetic sense of UI design
- Capable of building custom UI theme base on Bootstrap that reflects the visual design
- Experienced in using SASS or LESS in UI development
- Creating responsive design
- Strong experience of web and mobile User Experience and User Interface (UX/UI) including knowledge in UI languages, libraries, and frameworks, such as Durandal, and Angular 2/4, JQuery, Bootstrap 4,
- Agile development methodology
- Experience with testing, particularly unit tests and e2e
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Rebecca Christophersen on 0733395613. Please quote our job reference number: 200166863.
Reference Number: 200166863_9
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