Sample job description
When businesses are looking for clean and responsive websites, they turn to us. That’s because we approach every project with the same core concept: The job isn’t done until the client is satisfied with the end product. When we’re creating websites that act as the first impression for a client, they’re trusting us to make that experience seamless, professional, and appealing.
That kind of trust has empowered us to strive for the absolute best when it comes to project quality, and that’s why we want experts on our team to continue that tradition! We’re currently searching for a JS developer to join us. Our team is composed of collaborative high performers and we’re in need of one more to round out the responsibilities as our client list grows. If you think you’ll fit in well with the team at [Your Company Name], we’d love to hear from you!
Typical duties and responsibilities
- Design, create, test, and modify web applications and services
- Work closely with team, project management, and clients to coordinate and create features, software, and promote quality assurance
- Implement user-centric features for various client applications
- Implement sustainable and reusable front-end applications
- Coordinate with back-end developers
- Follow software engineering best practices, CD/CD, source control, quality, etc.
Education and experience
- Bachelor’s degree in computer science, mathematics, or equivalent field
- Minimum 5 years experience in JS position
Required skills and qualifications
- Fluent in JS ES6+, React, state management, SCSS, CSS3, and functional programming
- Experience implementing design libraries and microservices to support functional and responsive UI
- Familiarity with RESTful API, Webpack, NPM, and Jest or equivalent framework
- Familiarity with Agile methodology development cycles, source control, and Jira task management
- Experience with TypeScript
- Cloud platform experience
- Middle-ware experience
- ReactNative Mobile experience
- Experience with Docker, Ansible, NodeJS, and Vagrant
Typical work environment
- Microsoft Technology Associate Exam 98-382 – The MTA certification teaches much more than just Java alone, but is well worth it for anyone stepping into the programming world. You’ll learn Windows OS fundamentals, software development, security, Python, HTML, CSS, Java, and much more. For each exam passed, you’ll gain certification in that particular area.
Obtaining certification and gaining experience in front, back, or full stack positions will bolster your resume and help you remain competitive.
US, Bureau of Labor Statistics’ job outlook
SOC Code: 15-1256
|Projected Employment in 2030||201,900|
|Projected 2020-2030 Percentage Shift||13% increase|
|Projected 2020-2030 Numeric Shift||25,500 increase|
Interactive and responsive web pages are the beating heart of the web. Without the ability to do something as simple as click a button or type text, the internet wouldn’t be much more than an uncontrolled slideshow. Companies need developers who can create effective and efficient web pages for their clients and customers, and these pages need to be updated, altered, and fitted for different hardware regularly.