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BH 21662 - UI Developer

Company Name:
Open Systems Technologies
UI DeveloperRequirements: Create mockups, storyboards, screen sketches, workflows Create working prototypes to prove functionality, compatibility Translate designs into HTML based prototypes or web sites Maintain a single reusable library of CSS, jQuery, etc. for use across multiple applications and multiple releases. Must be able to work independently and as part of a team. Must be self motivated ? roadblocks do not stop you from completing your task. Work with multiple groups globally ? designers, analysts, development, architects, QA, project management, infrastructure, deployment, etc. Good communication skills, both written and oral, are required.Skills: Experience developing web applications with HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, JQM, JQ UI is required Photoshop design skills are required Knowledge of cross browser compatibility is critical. Use of UI Debugging tools such as Firebug, YSlow, Web Developer Tools, etc. Visual Studio.NET 3.0/3.5/4.0 IDE, ASP.Net, C#.Net is a BIG Plus Experience using MVC design pattern, ASP.Net MVC Framework, Razor, and/or MVVM design pattern is a BIG plus. Other JavaScript libraries like Knockout, Bootstrap, Modernizr, ExtJS, AngularJS, Backbone, Ember, Handlebars, Dojo, MooTools, Prototype, etc. is a plus Experience in an Agile environment is a plus, but not necessarySQL including MS SQL Server TSQL, DB2, stored procedures. Visual Source Safe or TFS a plus Data validation, web analytics, and performance testing experience is nice to have, but not necessaryEducation and Experience: 3-5 years experience UI development. Bachelors degree in Engineering, Science or Equivalent. Certified Scrum Master is nice to have, but not required

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