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Looking for a Lead Web Apps Developer (Javascript/CSS/HTML)...10yr old private co. in San Bruno

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Post #: 44
Hi There! I am looking for a lead front-end developer who has extensive javascript/css/html skills (but who also has some server-side dev exp) in San Bruno. This is a full-time position. We are scheduling interviews now and I would love to talk any interested developers! Lisa Wood: lisa at stafftopia dot com OR 208 788 3064

This is for a senior engineer to work on and eventually own an internal web-based application that this company's scientists will use....it involves both front-end and back-end experience. The company has a lot of Stanford grads and they are doing especially well.

Job Description:

Reporting to the Chief Technology Officer, the Software Engineer will be responsible for the design and development of a web application, built using the Google Web Toolkit (GWT), which our scientists will use to manage our Drug Engineering Process. This includes outlining requirements based on user feedback, designing interfaces that satisfy those requirements, and developing the web application using a combination of Java, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. The ideal candidate will have a strong foundation in object-oriented programming as well as expertise in user interface design, and will be comfortable implementing robust, efficient server-side code while designing attractive, intuitive client-side interfaces.

Requirements:
Bachelors or Masters in Computer Science, or equivalent.
Four or more years programming experience in Java.
Proficiency in HTML, CSS, and experience with JavaScript and cross-browser development.
Expertise with at least one Java web application framework, developing a multi-tier, large scale application.
Expertise designing and developing user interfaces.
Expertise designing programming interfaces.
Experience working with a team in an agile development environment on a large code base.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with respect to both technical and non-technical audiences.
The ideal candidate will have the following:
GWT experience.
Bugzilla, Subversion, and Ant experience.
Linux development experience.
User interface degree or equivalent.

Candidates must be prepared to discuss their previous experience in detail. Candidates are expected to communicate clearly what they worked on, how it worked and why architecture, design, and implementation decisions were made. Candidates should be prepared to demonstrate their proficiency in the Java language. If available, candidates should include a portfolio of design work with their resume/application. Candidates should be prepared to propose multiple solutions for a problem and then evaluate the solutions for trade-offs.
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