UI Developers

Egencia
Seattle
Other
Full Time

Perks

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We’re defining the future of business travel. If you’re ready for the journey as much as the destination, then we have a seat for you.


About you:

We need a talented UI Engineer to join us. Is that you?

  • You’re passionate about the web, technology, and design.
  • You embrace creative thinking and are excited to further Egencia's position as the technology leader in the corporate travel space.
  • You will also have excellent multi-functional interaction and communication skills, and you have a real passion for innovative web-based technologies (e.g. ServiceWorker), and a strong get-it-done attitude.
  • You like JavaScript :)


Responsibilities:

You’ll share ownership in Egencia's Web Platform. This includes:

  • Working on an enterprise-level design system (think Material or Fluent)
  • Developing application and asset build pipeline
  • Server-side and client-side component design and development
  • Design and develop application architecture
  • Fun projects like helping incorporate WebSockets and ServiceWorker
  • Support other engineers


Competencies:

  • Solid understanding of JavaScript
  • Modern HTML and CSS (HTML5 input types, CSS Grid, etc.)
  • User-centered design
  • Experience with one or more popular front-end frameworks (Backbone, Angular, React, Ember, etc.)
  • Exposure to consuming RESTful APIs
  • Good coding habits - it’s a #NoHackZone :)


Bonus:

  • Less, Sass, or PostCSS
  • Gulp, Grunt, or similar
  • Node.js or a desire to learn
  • AWS experience a plus
  • Building UI components a big plus
  • Java a plus, Spring Boot another plus
  • Advanced browser technologies a big plus (WebSockets, ServiceWorker, etc.)


Experience&Qualifications:

  • 4+ years shipping quality code (examples please such as GitHub)
  • Experience developing customer-facing web applications
  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science or related field

Skills

Javascript, HTML, CSS
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