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Front-end Developer - Indianapolis, IN
Ref No.: 17-00763
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
 Job Title                : Front-end Developer
Location                : Indianapolis, IN
Rate                        : DOE (W-2/1099)
Position Type        : Contract / contract to hire


US Citizen, Green Card and GC EAD Only.

Job Description

Experience with:

 
  • Significant development using modern web application frameworks such as Bootstrap, AngularJS, and associated plugins and frameworks
  • Javascript engineering using NodeJS (2.0) with associated frameworks such as HapiJS and integrating with JSON/Swagger based micro-service APIs.
  • Creating cross-browser, global and multi-devices experiences
  • Foundational UX/UI design principles, trends, and tools such as Sketch, InVision, or Adobe Creative Suite and consuming high fidelity designs from UX designers
  • Driving data-driven user testing and UX testing
  • Operating in a cloud hosted and DevOps infrastructure such as Heroku or Amazon Web Services
  • Developing to consume structured and unstructured content optimized for multiple devices
 
  • Back-end Developer: Participates in the estimation of activities, owns technical implementation of the story and responsible for the design, build, and unit and integration testing for new/modified features. The Back-end developer has a keen focus to detail through ensuring the architecture, logic and information needs are implemented through code and the user's experience is accurate and performant
 
 
Experience with:
 
  • Significant development using NodeJS (2.0) with associated frameworks such as HapiJS
  • Creating scalable JSON/Swagger based micro-service ecosystems that integrates with multiple platforms, applications and other micro-services at a global scale
  • Modern security protocols such as OAuth, JSON Web Tokens, Kerberos, TLS/SSL
  • Fluent with SQL and NoSQL databases such as Redis, PostgreSQL, OData, RDF
  • Building solutions in a cloud hosted and DevOps container based infrastructure such as Heroku, or Amazon AWS with associated PaaS and monitoring offerings
  • Automated tooling for unit testing and documentation
  • Developing to consume structured and unstructured content optimized for multiple devices