User Interface (UI) Developer

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Are you tired of having a bad work/life balance, no room to be creative, and a boring/rigid work environment? If so, this is the position for you. You will be an Interactive Developer working in the marketing department of an enterprise organization that feels more like a small, local business. You are encouraged (actually required) to constantly learn (continuing education) and receive benefits that are second to none!
A high-output, fast-paced marketing team is in search of a frontend web developer who can help us implement our web visions and work with our developers to keep them up and running reliably. This role will be a key role in our department, as this person will implement the code to make our visions a reality in the digital realm. This person will also be responsible for helping update and maintain both our extranet and intranet sites. Some of the projects include building and maintaining website (both external and internal), landing pages, email blasts, mircosites, mobile apps, etc. The development will be done in HTML/HTML5/JavaScript/Jquery/CSS.

To be successful in this role:
Bachelors/Associates in a technology field is preferred, or commensurate experience
Minimum of 3 years of related experience
Must be able to show that you understand the nature of semantic markup and that you create clean, easily read markup and CSS
Must be able to use, and more importantly extend and push the limits of the JQuery platform
Ability to use the best of CSS, HTML and JavaScript to dynamically change the page based on any type of user input
Knowledge and understanding of the best practices for optimization of markup, code, CSS, JavaScript, and images
Ability to demonstrate advanced mobile techniques using CSS, HTML5 and JavaScript are a plus
Knowledge of implementing all of these technologies into a CMS
Enterprise level CMS integration preferred

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