Senior UI Engineer - leading e-commerce company

Company Name:
The Bowdoin Group
Join one of the leading e-commerce sites for businesses everywhere. Our sites and online services help businesses connect with each other and engage in business that helps drive both parties' bottom line. We are a web-centered company and stay on top of the latest web technologies and standards.
We have a dedicated team of front end web developers that code the user interfaces that act as the forefront of our business. Our skills and seniority range from 1 to over 5 years of experience in UI development. We love what we do and promote a fun, relaxed environment where we can work hard and play hard!
Perks of working here:
Latest web standards and technologies
Stable company - we've been here for decades and have never stopped growing!
Fun, energetic team that comes from various backgrounds and level of experience
Career advancement opportunities, as we like to promote from within
Flex hours; relaxed work environment
The Job:
Build new functionalities and maintain existing ones for both our public-facing and our internal sites
Collaborate with product managers, back end developers and QA teams
Add creative ideas and sights to improve our heavily trafficed website
2+ years of experience in front-end UI web development
Expertise in creating HTML and CSS code (SASS is a plus)
Extensive experience with JavaScript, preferably with JSON and AJAX
Familiarity with JavaScript design patterns
Knowledge of JavaScript frameworks (jQuery, Backbone, Underscore)
mobile development a plus
Please reach out to Steve for any questions or to send a resume directly. He can be reached at or at 781-263-5278. This is a full-time role with benefits. Only US citizens and greencard holders will be considered.

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