Sr. Web Application Developer/Front End

  • Murdoch's Ranch & Home Supply
  • 2311 North 7th Avenue, Bozeman, MT, USA
  • Jul 31, 2019
Full time Information Technology Other Retail

Job Description

The Web Application Developer is responsible to lead software engineering projects for This position is hands on, helping deliver strategic technology initiatives and ensuring that internal solutions and those developed by our vendor partners meet our functional, quality, and security standards. To be successful in this role, you must have a proven track record of delivering web applications and front end customer experiences. Ecommerce experience preferred.

Key Areas of Responsibility

  • Lead our development efforts for building and improving customer experiences on
  • Direct system testing and validation procedures
  • Direct programming and development work for new projects
  • Work with IT program managers and internal departments on project status and proposals
  • Collaborate with IT and departments on solution definition, design, build, deployment, and maintenance
  • Plan the deployment of new code, functionality or modifications of existing site applications
  • Problem solve and figure out how to make better, faster, and easier for our customers to find and purchase what they are looking for

Experience and Skills

  • Creative with ability to bring solution components together around existing applications and platforms - including research of ‘off the shelf’ solution capabilities before writing custom code
  • Familiarity with a variety of languages / frameworks like C#, Javascript, Python, Java, .Net, t-SQL
  • HTML, HTML5, CSS, CSS3, Frameworks like Angular, Vue, ASP, JQuery, EpiServer platform
  • Eye for design and UI/UX consistency across platforms
  • Experience with responsive design
  • Understanding of parsing back end data into front end output; JSON, XML, query resultants
  • Full stack experience preferred - Data Modeling, API to UI, Node.js, and NPM eco-system

Physical Demands

  • Sitting for long periods of time
  • Repetitive wrist movements on keyboard
  • Close vision for PC work
  • Bending, carrying, and pushing
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions