Senior Frontend Engineer - Activation and Configuration

at DoubleVerify Inc

New York

Position Overview 

As a Senior Frontend Engineer, you will be working with a talented team responsible for enabling clients to successfully set up and operate DoubleVerify’s rich suite of products. You will be responsible for developing client-facing screens and components used by DoubleVerify’s clients and the Client Services team. You will need to emphasize UI and UX flawless experience in terms of responsiveness, ease of use, and functionality. You will be closely coordinating and working with multiple development, product, and Client Services teams.

This position is full-time and located in our New York City headquarters office.

What you will do:

  • Build performant and maintainable React-based user interfaces and client-side visualizations
  • Building reusable components and front-end libraries for future use
  • Develop client-side code in Javascript, Typescript, and NodeJs to integrate the client visualization with the business logic.
  • Style client components using Material, CSS and SCSS
  • Design, develop and document APIs to be used by partners and other development teams.
  • Work in continuous development and integration cycles by utilizing a micro-frontend architecture with automated packaging and deployments. 
  • Work in a fast-paced, agile environment, collaborating with team members and Product Managers on a daily basis and participating in product meetings. 
  • Analyze data to study the usage patterns and effectiveness of client-facing systems in the ongoing effort to provide the most user-friendly experience.

Who you are:

  • At least 2 years of experience working with React and Redux
  • 3-5 years hands-on development experience front-end technologies (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Node.js, TypeScript)
  • At least 2 years of hands-on development experience with JavaScript, and CSS frameworks (jQuery, Bootstrap, Material, etc.)
  • Ability to use out-of-the-box UI development framework functionalities and integrate them into existing solutions
  • Experience with task/build/automation running tools for JS such as Webpack, Gulp, Grunt
  • Familiarity with REST APIs and web-based APIs
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  • Knowledge of Next.js, Material-UI, Emotion, and Styled Components is a plus
  • Knowledge about OAuth2.0, OpenId, and Identity Access Management systems is a plus
  • Excellent communication skills and a team player
  • Programming experience in C#, Java, or Python is a plus
  • Experience with SQL is a plus

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