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Chicago

Frontend Engineer

JOB SUMMARY: 
The Frontend Engineer will contribute toward a collection of web applications living in React.js and similar technologies. The successful candidate will collaborate with clients, designers, strategists, and a UX/IU to define requirements, solve architectural challenges, guide fellow developers, and develop solutions in light of the growing applications and projects. 

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Given strategic guidance and wireframes, collaborate with designers and UX team members to develop modular components 
  • Manage branches, merges, and code deployments using Git  
  • Create and execute a plan to develop components in a timely manner with minimal oversight from senior team members 
  • Develop components using modern responsive design patterns, keeping in mind modularity 
  • Participate in code reviews to give and receive feedback 
  • Collaborate with team member leads on project requirements and proofs-of-concept 

QUALIFICATIONS:                                
  • At least 4 years of front-end development experience 
  • Experience developing at least 2 in-production websites using React 
  • Familiarity with Git, Git Flow, and online Git Platforms (Github, Gitlab, Bitbucket, etc.) 
  • Experience working with a team of developers in an Agile environment 
  • You’ve never stopped learning in the adventure of modern web development                     
  • Agency experience preferred 
  • Experience with Gatsby or Next.js for static-site generation 
  • Previous experience developing a Design System, preferably using an Atomic Design framework 
  • Experience with/exposure to CSS-in-JS patterns (styled-components preferred)

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