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Contract Front End Developer

This is a contract scheduled to start as soon as possible. We are looking for someone for about 4 months.



As a Front End Developer, you will work in a creative environment to develop custom web applications. You will collaborate with designers to build interfaces that are true to the design’s intent, and you will work with back end developers to integrate functionality into those interfaces. You will take responsibility for all aspects of a project’s presentation layer development.



  • Expert knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
  • Experience building single page applications with a modern front end JavaScript framework such as Vue, React, Ember, or Angular.
  • Keen eye for design; commitment to our core value “High Standards & Taste”.
  • Some experience developing WordPress themes would be helpful.
  • Experience integrating MarTech tools (HubSpot, Intercom, Calendly, etc.) into websites would also be nice.
  • Some experience with open-source, back-end development (PHP, Node, or Ruby).
  • Some database experience.
  • Familiarity with workflow tools (ex. gulp, git, docker, webpack, npm, etc)



  • Executing thorough code from complex designs, reflecting the creative and artistic direction provided within the established technical framework.
  • Creation of all coded client side deliverables.
  • Shift seamlessly between a creative and a technical focus depending on current need and / or circumstance each day.
  • Establish presentation layer requirements and standards - you will be expected to share and defend your opinions and ideas.
  • Rapidly produce interim deliverables such as style guide components, technical specifications, prototypes, proofs of concept, etc., in addition to final live site or application.
  • Participate in scoping and planning work.
  • Participate in writing detailed level technical and functional documentation.
  • Take initiative to research and learn emerging technologies.
  • Participate in the greater front end development community.
  • Have fun, be creative and stay happy.



  • You have demonstrated success in developing and deploying stable and scalable web applications.
  • You can provide clear examples of code as well as discuss any patterns or techniques used to guide your coding decisions.
  • You can balance great tact with strong drive in a way that brings energy to the people you work with.
  • You are detail oriented and consistently meet established deadlines through organization and follow up.
  • You have demonstrated excellent self-initiative skills throughout your career.
  • You thrive in growing, technology-centered cultures.
  • You are continually working to improve and refine your development skills.
  • You balance discipline and structure with the necessary flexibility of an emerging company environment.



  • You’ll report to the Director of Technology.
  • You’ll also work closely with peers, group leaders and other employees across the company.



  • 3 or more years of front end development experience.
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