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Junior Web Developer 

  • Work Locations: Washington, DC Metro Area
  • Alternate Designations: UI Developer, UI UX, Front End Developer

The Opportunity:

We are looking for a Junior Web Developer for our family of companies.  Our companies conduct advanced research and develop innovative software and systems that help meet network security and reliability challenges for organizations world-wide.

Responsibilities: 

  • Design and creation of scalable and adaptive web-based application interfaces for the manipulation of large amounts of machine generated data in either textual or graphical format;
  • Utilize secure coding practices while ensuring the user interface workflow is seamless and intuitive on both traditional and mobile clients;
  • Ongoing maintenance of existing applications;
  • Work with product teams to gather requirements and generate wireframe examples to ensure seamless project completion;
  • Creation of documentation and training on the use of the application interfaces developed.

Requirements:

Minimum of 3 years experience with:

  • HTML / HTML5
  • CSS / CSS3
  • Javascript

Minimum of 1 years experience with:

  • RESTful APIs
  • Large amounts of JSON or XML data
  • React / Redux / Angular or other similar products
  • Django or other similar web frameworks
  • Bootstrap or other similar styling frameworks

Experience with the following a plus:

  • jQuery, D3.js, Graphviz, charting libraries
  • Node.js
  • Elasticsearch, MongoDB or similar data storage
  • Leaflet or similar GIS software
  • Web Sockets or WebRTC
  • Python
  • Unix/Linux shell scripting
  • Kafka
  • Docker
  • Payment card processing

Benefits:

  • Healthcare, dental and vision benefits
  • Matching 401k plans
  • Flexible hours & opportunity to work from home as needed
  • Salary typically higher than competitive industries
  • Opportunities for advancement

Notes:

Applicants may be subject to a government security investigation to meet eligibility requirements. US citizenship or legal equivalence may be required for some positions.

Location: Washington, DC

Experience Required: Experienced

Job Status: Open

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