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Lead Web Application/Front-End Developer

at Confidential in Los Angeles, CA   —   Jun 27, 2014   |  
Innovative search technology company is looking to hire a talented and motivated Lead Web Application/Front-End Developer to join engineering team. Must be willing to work on equity alone until funding is secured. Part time is OK. Direct report to CTO.
Design and development of front-end user interface for B2C search and browse web application, including personalization and social activities.
Communication of design choices and recommendations with lead architect.
Design and development of social network applications, widgets, and games.
Design and development of corporate, help, and report issues web pages.
Manage web application team and outsourced developers.
SEO strategy and implementation.
+5 years experience in leading the front end development of Web 2.0 web sites, using modern development tools and methodologies, including HTML 4, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, AJAX, JSON, REST web services. Agile/Scrum development in a Linux environment is required.
Experience with Facebook and MySpace applications, widgets and games, video playback, scalable web applications, web search applications, Flash, and content delivery networks are all desired.
Self-motivated, high energy team player with ability to consistently maintain a positive attitude and effectively work remotely as part of a virtual engineering team.
Strong verbal and written communications skills.
Startup/small company experience highly desired.
BS or MS in Computer Science or related field, or equivalent professional experience.
Equity only until funding.
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