Irvine, CA based digital marketing agency is looking for an exceptionally talented person with 7+ years experience to fill a challenging Senior Web Application Developer position. You must be an expert in using the dynamic programming tools and languages that fuel the web as you’ll be working with our talented team to create user-centered interactive marketing solutions for nationally and internationally recognized brands. Your specific role is to make it work, which means developing web applications and testing them on various browsers, enhancing and modifying them as necessary to ensure the best experience for the user. As a Senior Web Application Developer, you will also architect websites, design data driven applications, and find efficient client-server solutions. You must have an in-depth understanding of the software development lifecycle and be able to communicate project status, issues, and resolutions.

Skills and Experience:

  • Understand object-oriented programming
  • Understand general database concepts
  • Understand the architecture of clients, servers, and Internet systems
  • Understand security aspects, such as forms authentication and membership and roles
  • Create and implement websites
  • Create and monitor web applications for clients and servers
  • Design and deliver web services
  • Code, test, and support database-driven web applications
  • Ability to configure and deploy web applications
  • Write functional and design specifications for web applications
  • Be proficient in HTML5, XML, and JSON
  • Have strong working knowledge of Internet Information Services (IIS), Apache, or Nginx
  • Experience with troubleshooting and debugging of web applications
  • Experience with JavaScript and jQuery
  • Experience with C#, ASP.NET 4.5
  • Experience with Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, or MongoDB
  • Experience targeting mobile devices
  • Experience developing responsive websites

Additional skills considered a plus:

  • Experience with JavaScript frameworks (Backbone, Angular, React, etc.)
  • Experience with client-side templating (Handlebars, Jade, Dust, etc.)
  • Experience with CSS pre-processors (SASS, LESS, Stylus, etc.)
  • Solid understanding of the ASP.NET applications event model
  • Experience with LINQ
  • Experience with Amazon Web Services
  • Experience with Heroku
  • Experience with content management systems such as: Umbraco, Drupal, Sitecore or Wordpress

Benefits:

  • Annual salary and performance review
  • We offer a highly competitive benefit plan including: medical (HMO and PPO), dental, paid holidays, paid time off and a 401(k) plan

Please include the following with your submission:

  • Example URLs that highlight your programming work
  • A link to your LinkedIn profile (if you have one)
  • Links to any open-source contributions you have made (if any)
  • Links to your GitHub, BitBucket, CodePlex, etc. profiles (if you have any)

This is an on-site position in our Irvine office. Please do not apply if you cannot work locally in our office.

 

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