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Posted: Tuesday, September 5, 2017 12:34 PM

This position is with a direct financial client and the client would move quickly , Primary Initiative:We're looking for someone who's done some web development but is more interested in becoming a JavaScript engineer than a web designer. We're looking for a problem solver who's comfortable coding up simple algorithms from scratch quickly without having to Google the answer.Secondary Initiative:Your typical day will consist of 25% communication, 50% JavaScript coding, and 25% HTML and CSS work. You'll be working mostly with browser JavaScript-modular JavaScript using AMD (Asynchronous Module Definition), AJAX, JSON, DOM manipulation, event handling, designing reusable components with JavaScript and CSS-with some occasional server side JavaScript using NodeJS. You care about code quality and about how to write code in a way that doesn't cause future headaches. You'll learn HTML5, JSON, Dojo, NodeJS, Jenkins, and SVN. We'll teach you lots of tips and tricks for software like Chrome developer tools, Sublime Text, Fiddler, and Virtual Box.Job Duties & Responsibilities:Principle Responsibilities:- Perform tasks that require research and analysis- Work independently and with supervisory review on moderate to complex programming tasks- Provide analysis of problems and recommend solutions- Work within established procedures to develop, test, implement, and maintain code- Develop reusable front-end modulesRequired Skills:- 3-5 years programming experience- Strong problem-solving ability- Knowledge of JavaScript-knowledge of Dojo toolkit is a big plus- Knowledge of CSS, browser compatibility, and workarounds- Prefer Bachelor's degree in Computer Science Sumeet ChhatwalSr Technical RecruiterLenmar Consulting, Inc.1440 Plaza Five, Suite 1440Harborside Financial CenterJersey City, NJ 07311Ph:201-946-1777, - provided by DiceJavascript


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