Web Developer

Moneris
Toronto
Other
Full Time

Perks

Team Building Skills Training Health Insurance

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

Skills

Javascript, HTML, CSS
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