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Job Category:
Engineering / Technical Services
Career Level:
Mid Career (2+ years of experience)
Job Type:
Full Time/Permanent
Positions:
1
Company Name:
POPSUGAR
City:
San Francisco
Country:
USA
Description:
Web Developer

POPSUGAR, the leader in online media for women and recently named to the "10 San Francisco Tech Companies You Wish You Worked For" by WIRED, is looking for a talented Web Developer with experience in all aspects of web programming. You have experience working with websites that get millions of hits per day. You can transform an artist's design into a pixel-perfect web page using HTML and CSS. You have created cool user experiences using Javascript and Ajax. You have written carefully crafted code that efficiently and securely moves data from the database to the UI and back. You like working in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment with a small dynamic team of highly qualified engineers using cutting edge technology.

You should have:

• Excellent hand-coded HTML and CSS skills

• Experience writing clean, unobtrusive Javascript/AJAX

• Experience integrating front-end code with server-side technology, ideally on a large-scale, dynamic website

• Experience using version control systems (CVS, Subversion, Github)

• An entrepreneurial spirit

• A great eye for attractive user interface

 

You should be:

• Comfortable working in a fast-paced, iterative product development organization

• Someone with a strong entrepreneurial spirit and/or desire to shape a product used by millions

• Experienced with all aspects of web development from database querying to frontend javascript

• Comfortable integrating and building new web services

Comfortable mentoring fellow engineers and teaching best practices

• An excellent communicator

 

We'd love if you have:

• Experience with mobile web development

• Experience with SASS, OOCSS, backbone.js, or node.js

• Experience with Amazon AWS, redis, memcached, or solr

• An interest in analytics and A/B testing