Front End Developer
Company: Forum One Communications
Location: Myrtle Point
Posted on: May 6, 2021
For the past 25 years, we've been doing work that matters. We're
a digital agency that leverages technology to extend the influence
of our mission-driven clients. Every day, our team of more than 100
digital strategists, architects, designers, and creators help
leading nonprofit organizations and government agencies across the
country make an impact. But this team still needs you! This is your
opportunity to join the company helping those doing good in the
world - do more, reach more, and achieve more. Forum One is looking
for a Front End Developer to join our exceptional team in
Arlington, VA. This position is also available to sit remotely. As
a front end developer at Forum One you'll help us create compelling
stories about the impactful work our clients do. You'll be part of
a truly talented tech team of developers that constantly seeks
innovative ways to serve our clients. What kind of clients could
you support? We currently support Peace Corps, The Center for
Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE), USAID, Center for Strategic and
International Studies, NMAAHC, Fairfax County Public Schools, EPA
and more! As the ideal candidate, you'll be capable of taking
complex visual designs and translating them into quality code that
works well across modern devices and browsers. You'll participate
in the process throughout a project's life cycle, including design,
development, and testing. Our company is made up of highly
motivated individuals who love to help organizations reach their
full digital potential, and we're looking for someone with a
similar mindset who seeks dynamic solutions, believes in our
company's mission, and brings innovative ideas. What you'll do:
- Implement design mockups as responsive templates and/or themes
- Create interactive prototypes, collaborate with Design and UX
team, and carry out development work at the direction of a
technical leader. What you bring to the table:
- 2+ years on-the-job coding experience.
- Demonstrated proficiency in writing semantic HTML and scalable
- Responsive design and layout experience including the use of
media queries, feature detection, flexbox, and CSS-grid
- Experience using Sketch and/or Photoshop to extract elements
and specifications from designer comps.
- Cross-browser testing experience including using developer
- Experience with popular CMS solutions like Wordpress, Drupal,
or Joomla. Why you'll love it here:
- Competitive Salary & Employee Ownership Plan
- 401(k) match, Commuter benefits & flexible spending
- 15 Vacation days, in addition to Sick Leave & Floating
- Flexible work hours
- Paid parental leave
- Company-provided laptops
- Professional development opportunities
- Tuition reimbursement
- Snacks, healthy ones and not so healthy ones What we value:
- We're passionate about our work - our clients' missions matter,
and we apply our passion in support of clients who are addressing
the most critical global issues.
- We're great partners - we're collaborative, approachable,
creative, inclusive, and reliable.
- We're continuous learners - we are always expanding, refining,
and improving our craft, value, and impact-as individuals and as a
- We're inquisitive problem solvers - we're dedicated to finding
the right solution, which requires actively engaging varied
perspectives, and approaching our work with flexibility, humility,
and open minds.
- We get things done - we are thoughtful and thorough, but we
don't waste time or hesitate to tackle problems head on.
- We do the right thing - we make decisions for Forum One and our
clients with the highest integrity, respect, fairness, and honesty.
Forum One provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all
employees and applicants for employment without regard to race,
color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation,
national origin, age, disability or genetics.
Keywords: Forum One Communications, Medford , Front End Developer, IT / Software / Systems , Myrtle Point, Oregon
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