User Interface Engineer (31062)

Website Palmer Group

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Are you looking to work for a software company that is growing exponentially? This is an excellent opportunity to design and develop highly interactive web-based applications that solve real problems for customers. This company offers outstanding benefits. If you are looking to grow your User Interface Engineer career and possess the following skills, please apply today!

Responsibilities:

  • Participate in new and existing systems’ software design process
  • Deliver a high-quality experience by designing and implementing features
  • Develop approaches and solutions
  • Analyze user requirements and prepare functional and software specifications
  • Design, develop, document, and test software to functional requirements
  • Ensure the development of quality systems within established guidelines and time frames
  • Address and resolve issues to meet customer satisfaction
  • Troubleshoot problems quickly and practice independent issue resolution

Qualifications:

  • 2+ years of experience designing and building web-based user interfaces
  • Proven track record of delivering complex software solutions
  • Past experience in all phases of the software development process
  • JavaScript frameworks and Version Control Systems experience
  • Experience with Application Lifecycle Management tools
  • Outstanding project management and communication skills

To apply for this job email your details to nrenaud@thepalmergroup.com

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