Roostify is transforming the mortgage industry with an innovative and integrated platform that’s streamlining the entire digital lending experience. We believe that home lending should be a fair, fast, and transparent experience. Our software is used by banks across the country to improve lending experiences every day. We are a team of innovative thinkers on a mission to reinvent the lending experiences so people can accelerate their future. 

You will be responsible for developing and implementing standardized user interface components using React.js concepts and workflows such as Webpack as well as profiling and improving front-end performance and documenting our front-end codebase.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Meeting with the development team to discuss user interface ideas and applications
  • Reviewing application requirements and interface designs
  • Identifying web-based user interactions and driving improvements
  • Developing and implementing highly-responsive user interface components using React.js concepts
  • Acceptance testing for UI features
  • Documenting application changes and developing updates
  • Writing application interface codes using JavaScript following React.js lifecycle
  • Troubleshooting interface software and debugging application codes
  • Developing and refining front-end architecture to support user interface concepts
  • Monitoring and improving front-end performance

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or equivalent professional experience
  • 2+ years previous experience working as a React.js Developer delivering customer facing products
  • In-depth knowledge of JavaScript (5+ years minimum), CSS, HTML, and front-end languages
  • Knowledge of REACT tools including React.js, Webpack, and GraphQL
  • Experience with user interface design and building libraries for managing consistency at scale
  • Knowledge of utilizing testing frameworks such as Mocha and Jest in an automated environment
  • Experience with browser-based debugging and performance testing tools
  • Excellent troubleshooting skills
  • WCAG and ADA compliance is strongly preferred

BENEFITS & PERKS

At Roostify we know that people do their best when they feel their best; we care about our people and want them to thrive. Here are some of the benefits we’re proud to offer:

  • Competitive Salary & Equity Packages
  • Health, Dental, and Vision Plans
  • 401K 
  • Flexible Vacation Time
  • Bonus Program

Roostify is an Equal Opportunity Employer 

At Roostify we have a value of People First. We strive to provide the best experiences to our employees and candidates. We consider applicants without regards to race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, marital status, physical or mental disability, or other protected classes under all local, state, and federal laws and ordinances. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

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