99.co is looking for a Frontend Engineer to join our diverse team of people who are passionate about taking the real estate industry properly into the age of technology through innovation and a desire to solve its multitude of challenges.
You would utilise HTML, CSS and jQuery to develop effective user interfaces on the company website and mobile apps released to the public. The successful candidate will work closely with our web development and software design teams to update the website and internal web tools to make them more efficient. The front end engineer will also be responsible for creating innovative solutions to web design issues to help make the website more visually appealing and enhance usability.
What you’ll do:
Partner closely with our Product Design, Backend Engineering teams and Product Managers to develop effective user interfaces for our digital platform; both web and mobile application
Implement responsible web design principles to ensure that our company website renders well across multiple devices
Review app and feature coding and plan future website upgrades with the various teams
Assist in the development of applications and features that will be put on the website and in internal functions as well
Create innovative solutions to web design issues to help make the website more visually appealing and enhance the usability
Taking lead on projects, as needed
Participate in continuing education and training to remain current on best practices, learn new programming languages, and better assist other team members
What you are/have/will be:
BS or MS in Computer Science or a related technical discipline preferred but not required. Equivalent practical experience is a reasonable substitute
Keen eye in design, ability to empathise and make user’s digital home search experience amazing
Proficient in JS frameworks such as React.JS, Angular, Backbone, Ember, etc.
Proficient in CSS preprocessors such as SASS, Stylus, Less, etc.
Proficient building pipelines such as Gulp, Grunt, Webpack, etc.
Proficiency in React.JS preferred
Detail-oriented or who reads everything and will paste an html peace character somewhere in your application