Senior Programmer Analyst- UX Development at Edward Jones
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This person must reside in the United States
We are looking for exceptionally talented web application developers to design and develop responsive web applications. Responsibilities will include translation of design wireframes to actual code that will produce visual elements of the application. You will work with UX designers 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.
The right candidate will
- Design and develop fully responsive/browser agnostic web applications
- Collaborate with front-end designers to translate design vision into reality
- Build reusable code and libraries for future use
- Ensure the technical feasibility of UI/UX designs
- Optimize application for maximum speed and scalability
- Participate in and represent UX Development in cross−functional groups across the IS division and the firm to continually advance the firm’s technology solutions and take our systems to the next level
- Advise teams on the effective use of technology within the enterprise architecture tools, especially front-end technologies, methodologies, best practices, processes and standards
- Proactively seek technical improvements and take the initiative to communicate and implement solutions
What you Need:
- 5+ years of experience developing fully responsive/browser agnostic web applications for enterprise level projects
- 5+ years of experience with Java, JSP/Thymeleaf, Struts1/2, Maven/Gradle
- 2+ years of experience with Front-end Frameworks (React, Angular)
- Ability to use CSS extensively to create custom and rich user interfaces
- **We are unable to consider candidates that requirement sponsorship at this time**
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