Web Developer


Purpose of the role

The Web Developer is responsible for the design, development, implementation and support of front-end web components within enterprise web applications. The individual works with other developers, QA specialists, business systems analysts and others to create attractive, high-performance web applications for customers, partners and internal users.

You will be accountable for

  • Designing and developing quality, highly functional, standards-compliant web interfaces for enterprise applications using HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript
  • Creating and maintaining a library of reusable components
  • Iteratively developing prototypes, presenting for demo sessions and collecting feedback
  • Collaborating with back-end developers, QA specialists and other team members to integrate your work into a functional solution
  • Consuming APIs and contributing to the design and development thereof
  • Researching and making recommendations and providing responsible management of 3rd party components to be used within our application
  • Participating in light graphic design work to create or modify image assets for use in our applications and documentation

Your experience includes

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Computer or Software Engineering or equivalent experience
  • Courses or demonstrated experience in UI/UX Design
  • 3+ years of web development experience
  • Experience with HTML5, JavaScript, CSS3, JQuery, AJAX, JSON, XML, React.js, Redux.js, Restful Web Services
  • Broad experience with front-end component libraries and Java are assets
  • Responsive design and general design principles for mobile and desktop
  • The ability to learn quickly and take the initiative to fill in the blanks
  • A high attention to detail and a propensity to see the big picture
  • Excellent communication skills (written & spoken). French considered an asset

Tip: Application Emails

We've noticed that people who include a brief description of themselves as well as their resume achieve better results than those who send a longer email when applying.