UI Developer - JavaScript - Angular - 8421

Company Name:
UpStream Global Services
UI Developer - JavaScript - Angular
We have an immediate opportunity with a large F500 client in the Waltham & Quincy, MA area.
Responsibilities include:
o Develop transactional based web applications leveraging object oriented javascript and REST API s.
o Leverage modern javascript frameworks such as AngularJS, JQuery and D3 to build world class user interfaces for web applications
o Provide technology direction by evaluating, demoing and selecting new javascript technologies and development patterns to be leveraged across the team.
o Collaborate with product owners, leadership and development teams to prioritize needs, resolve conflicts, develop content criteria, or choose solutions.
o Identify and correct problems uncovered by testing or customer feedback
o A strong emphasis on code standards and compliance. As an organization, code that it is valid, is properly structured, meets industry standards and is compatible with browsers, devices, or - operating systems is expected.
o Provide expert-level knowledge to business partners to collaboratively solve high complexity problems.
o Ability to develop quickly and with high quality alongside an Agile team.
o Collaborate with business leaders, stakeholders and development teams in prioritizing stories and building requirements for successful delivery.
o Own your role and development, conducting deep dives into potential issues with an eye for identifying, solving and correcting problems to limit Customer impact.
Required Qualifications:
o Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
o 3+ years JavaScript experience
o 1+ year Angular JS experience
o 3+ years web application development experience
For immediate consideration please contact:
UpStream Global Services.
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