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JavaScript/ UI Engineer – FinTech Startup NYC

at Finaspire Inc. in New York   —   Jul 01, 2014   |  
About Us: We are an early-stage financial technology startup in NYC. Using a patent pending approach we are changing the way people manage their money and make financial decisions. The founders have backgrounds that span large scale system development, trading and portfolio management, quantitative finance, and economics. We are extremely well-funded with very positive initial customer feedback. We are currently in private beta but you can learn more about us at
We Are Looking: for a passionate UI Engineer to lead the UI development effort of our product. Our innovative UI visualizations are conceived by a very talented, UX focused design team, and are highly proprietary and interaction driven. We are seeking a UI Engineer to continue building these complex visualizations and to bring new designs to life. We use the HTML5/CSS3 web standards, and the latest JavaScript frameworks and client-side design paradigms. This is a hands-on design and development role; the successful candidate should have expertise in coding pattern-based, scalable user interface components in JavaScript.
Must have 2+ years of coding experience in JavaScript using frameworks like jQuery.
Experience with client-side design patterns and JavaScript coding practices.
Experience in the following a plus – HTML5, SVG; JavaScript based visualization, templating and data-binding frameworks
Bachelor’s or Master's degree in Computer Science or related field.
We offer competitive compensation, health/dental benefits, and a collaborative yet flexible work environment.
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