Utilize backend frameworks to provide CRUD functionality to the front end via REST APIs
Define work process steps that need to be taken for individual projects
Lead the effort to specify, improve, and implement the functionality of UI/UX best practices
Troubleshoot user, hardware, and software problems related to web applications
Collaborate directly with end-users and other members of the IT team to define and design project scope and interface features
Ensure timely updates and on-going maintenance of web applications and online services
Document development decisions and processes thoroughly
Perform code testing on components and works to ensure that appropriate implementation standards are met. Evaluate design alternatives for development cost and solutions using various methods.
Support and maintain existing applications. Work with web developers and responds to requests from users.
Perform other related work as needed.
Bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field
Two years of UX/UI experience in an IT or web development position
Experience in web-based application development, and support, with a focus on UX/UI development
Experience with PC, Mac and UNIX operating systems/environments
Possess a portfolio of projects to demonstrate UX/UI experience, with accompanying code for review
Solid understanding of major browsers: Firefox, Chrome, Edge, and Safari in desktop and mobile contexts
A demonstrated and firm commitment to web-usability and accessibility standards compliant, cross-browser compatible, and clean and well-commented code
Ability to be flexible and responsive to changing duties as the web changes
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to juggle many competing demands, as well as to demonstrate good decision-making and initiative
Ability to work independently and quickly
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