About BitTitan

BitTitan empowers IT professionals to properly assess, deploy, and manage technology solutions in a cloud-first world. We have successfully delivered IT software solutions to more than 6.5 million end users across 31,000 customers in 155 countries. We have offices in the Seattle area and in Singapore, plus remote employees in dozens of countries. We share a global commitment to providing our customers with agile tools that meet the needs of active managed services providers. Our mission is to build a platform where businesses discover, implement, and manage a vast collection of IT services through automation. We are empowering our customers to be more profitable in the cloud era.

Here’s why you should work for BitTitan

Bring your experience, your talent, and your creative energy and meet a diverse group of people who work together and build software that aims for the cloud. We have a unique culture that encourages hard work and a layer of fun that keeps us in balance. Join the team that makes a positive impact on the future of IT services automation…you’re going to love it.

BitTitan is looking for a Front End Developer (Contract) to join our team in Singapore! Our Front End stack consists primarily of Ember.js with backend APIs developed in ASP.NET, and we are interested in bringing in new technologies when appropriate.

 

 Responsibilities

  • Master, maintain, modernize, and improve our existing applications and codebase
  • Design and implement new UI components, features, and applications
  • Lead and participate in code reviews for every pull request
  • Work with your Scrum team to plan sprints and deliver features
  • Work closely with UX and Product Owners to consider the end users who will be using the result of your efforts

 

Key Qualifications

  • Solid understanding of web fundamentals (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, HTTP)
  • Experience developing sophisticated single-page applications using libraries/frameworks such as Ember.js, React, Vue.js, or Angular
  • Experience developing and working with REST APIs (experience in Ember.js is highly required) 
  • Experience working with CSS preprocessors such as LESS, SASS, or Stylus
  • Experience using Git for version control
  • Passion for writing maintainable, well-tested code 
  • Desire to work together to define requirements, and refine based on feedback received over the course of multiple iterations
  • Ability and desire to bring ideas to the table and collaborate to solve problems
  • Practice and promote good software development practices

 

Education

  • BS degree in a technical field of study, or equivalent practical experience

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