Our 2 million (and growing!) small business customers rely on Endurance and the SiteBuilder platform to build them up for success.  We do so with a fun, lighthearted UX that rewards and motivates them to dream big.  Then, through our suite of brands, Constant Contact, Bluehost, HostGator, SiteBuilder, Domains.com, and more, we enable them to make those dreams a reality. 

 As a Front End Design Engineer for SiteBuilder, you will build, maintain, and scale our front end design system, all while working closely with designers and product owners on delivering continuous improvements to our UX.  We think globally and work on shared, reusable code that reaches throughout the entire code base and drives consistency for our users, designers, and engineers.

 What You’ll Do 

  • Write scalable, performance, and accessible CSS, HTML, and JavaScript that makes up our reusable components
  • Carefully design the APIs for these components - considering key details like balancing flexibility with design consistency; developer experience; and consistency across the framework
  • Work closely with product designers and colleagues from across the organization to introduce new patterns/components into the framework and iterate on existing ones
  • Help maintain and iterate on our internal site for displaying and documenting the design system
  • Be part of a product engineering team working with front end, full stack, and back end engineers to deliver new features

What You’ll Need 

  • Experience building code from scratch with CSS3, HTML5, and JavaScript using modern ES6+ UI frameworks like React or Angular(4 or higher)
  • Understanding of Task-based Asynchronous Programming ES2018
  • Comfortable using build tools like Babel and Webpack
  • Familiarity with UI component based architecture
  • Experience building for all devices, including knowledge and understanding of responsive/adaptive design patterns
  • Familiar with common design tools (e.g. Sketch, Invisionapp, Framer X)
  • Experience working with Storybook.JS as a UI development environment

 What Is Nice To Have 

  • React 16.7”latest” experience
  • Material-UI web component experience
  • Knowledge of .NET Core 2.2
  • Experience of Azure, Google Cloud Services, and AWS
  • Confidence in setting up and maintaining advance Webpack configurations
  • Prior usage of Atlassian Tool Suite (Confluence, JIRA, Bitbucket w/ pipelines)

 

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