Constant Contact is expanding our UX Development team working within User Experience group.  As a UX Developer you’ll serve as the bridge between our Designers and Front-End Engineers. You’ll advocate for the user and commit code that delights and inspires our customers’ experience.  Design systems and bleeding edge front-end methodologies will be your main focus. Additionally, you’ll work alongside engineering members to educate and inform on the power and value of UX. 

What you’ll do:

  • As a key member of a versatile team, you’ll develop, test, deploy and maintain client-side solutions for large-scale web applications
  • Work directly with other engineering teams to deliver front-end code
  • Assist with implementing front-end code into server-side layouts and templates
  • Identify interface patterns and build reusable UI components
  • Work collaboratively with UX Designers, Product Owners and Engineers
  • Advocate for strong understanding across all functions of how pivotal a role the front end experience is to our users

Who you are:

  • Excellent understanding of core software engineering principles
  • Experience with AJAX-based JSON/XML web services
  • Experience with developing using web application frameworks and libraries such as Angular, Bootstrap, Node, React, and Jquery
  • Experience using CSS preprocessors such as LESS, SASS and/or Compass
  • Comfortable developing with Git, coding standards, and accessibility guidelines
  • Experience with React, Grunt and package managers such as NPM, webpack, and/or Yarn
  • Managing project tasks within JIRA
  • Using Protractor/Selenium Software web testing tools
  • Confidently and quickly able to navigate around and work within an unfamiliar codebase
  • Able to troubleshoot and debug complex websites and applications (e.g. network requests, front-end performance, layout issues, browser bugs)
  • Must be comfortable working with product designers. Should have experience converting design comps created in Invision, Photoshop or Sketch into usable components and application views
  • Basic understanding of code optimization principles

Why you’ll love us:

  • It’s all onsite. We have dry cleaning, a barber shop, a full service cafeteria, and even Boston Sports Clubs (at a discounted rate for our fitness fanatics!). Get your errands done before you even hit your desk in the morning.
  • Abundant fun. Golf Club, kickball and softball leagues, Mario Kart and bubble hockey tournaments, three wheeler races, and Friday beer cart - there’s a way for everyone  to let loose.
  • Local pride. We’re wicked proud, which means when any of our teams - Bruins, Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics, and Revolution - kick off their season, you can bet there’s going to be a party to cheer them on. Go ahead and wear your jersey to work.
  • Dine al fresco. Our gorgeous patios make for rejuvenating lunch and coffee breaks.
  • We have a nine foot T Rex, but he’s friendly. On your first day, keep a lookout for our informal mascot - a giant T Rex, who roams the office, squatting with a new team every now and then.
  • It’s super easy to get here. We offer a subsidized shuttle from the Alewife T stop if you prefer public transportation, and we have plenty of free onsite parking, too.
  • We’ve got you covered. From 401k, generous PTO, tuition reimbursement, casual dress code and excellent medical, dental, and vision - we’re there for you!

 

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