Javascript Developer Job Description

Javascript Developer Job Description

October 9th, 2019

A JavaScript Developer is responsible for completing the design of applications and software using Java programming language. JavaScript Developers work with websites, producing front-end applications and performing code analysis and overall improvement of style and usability.

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We are looking for a passionate JavaScript Developer to be responsible for all front-end platform related duties, from developing designs for complicated applications to analyzing code. The JavaScript Developer's responsibilities include optimizing applications, ensuring UI/UX feasibility, and implementing API designs and architecture.

To be successful as a JavaScript Developer, you should have an understanding of web markup and expert knowledge of JavaScript. Ultimately, a quality JavaScript Developer should be able to work in a fast-paced environment and implement complex design specifications.

JavaScript Developer Responsibilities:

  • Building sustainable coding that may be used in future.
  • Ensuring feasibility of UI/UX designs.
  • Enhancing performance of the main front-end website.
  • Modifying designs and specifications of complex applications.
  • Analyzing code, requirements, system risks, and software reliability.
  • Collaborating with front-end and back-end web developers.

JavaScript Developer Requirements:

  • Degree in Computer Science, Engineering, MIS or related field.
  • Extensive knowledge and understanding of JavaScript.
  • Experience with JavaScript libraries (e.g. ExtJS, Backbone JS, and Angular JS).
  • Proficiency in browser rendering behavior and performance.
  • Experience in front-end tools (e.g. Grunt and Gulp JS.)
  • Sound understanding of web markup, such as HTML5.

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