Senior JavaScript Engineer

Company Name:
Constant Contact
This front-end developer will develop advanced applications using advanced JavaScript, CSS3 and HTML5, working closely with our Ruby and Java engineers and our user experience team. If you're looking for work that involves complex problem solving, highly visual and interactive customer-facing products, a large user base, free soda, and a Friday beer cart; then this is the job for you.
In this role you'll:
Collaborate with UX and product owners to define new features
Create sleek customer-facing, complex, highly-interactive, web applications and services
Treat JavaScript as a first-class citizen, with an emphasis on the "good parts" and unit testing
Create code that cleanly segregates model, presentation, and business logic
Design and implement reusable components and plug-ins
Enforce business logic on the client
Work with the user experience team and product owners to refine product flow and user interaction
Active contributions to continual improvement of process and product.
Work with our quality engineers to develop and automate tests
B.S./M.S. in Computer Science or equivalent experience
Self-motivated, creative, and detail oriented
Craftsmanship level commitment to quality software
Skilled in advanced JavaScript/CoffeeScript, HTML5, and CSS3
Knowledge of Javascript libraries like jQuery, requirejs, prototype, Mustache or underscore
Familiarity with gruntjs. npm, and node.js
Familiarity with MV frameworks like Backbone.js, Ember, or Angularjs
Experience with Agile methodologies including Scrum or Kanban
Actively experimenting with new technologies
Bonus points for:
Experience with HTML-based rich text editing libraries like Aloha, TinyMCE or CKEditor
Jasmine, Karma, Selenium, Protractor, Bower, and Yo
Knowledge of Ruby, Java, Maven, jBoss, Apache, Mobile emulators, Linux
Experience building highly scalable websites and web-based applications and with delivering Software as a Service

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