Junior Frontend Developers are actively involved throughout the project lifecycle. Junior developers will ultimately be writing production-ready code, which will be integrated with the backend/APIs and refined via the QA process. A Junior Frontend Developer will remain engaged through the launch to ensure that everything functions and performs at the highest level.
Our Junior Front-end Developers must work very closely with the design team, not only to identify gaps and vet the designs for feasibility, but also to help inform the experience design through a technical lens. Our conviction is that developers and designers need to work hand-in-hand to find solutions to a wide range of design and strategic challenges.
In your first few months, you can expect to:
- Get on boarded onto a project for a major brand, that involves high-volume data transfers
- Participate in workshops to determine the best way to develop new features
- Start implementing these features with the support of your Technical Director, other Frontend and Backend developers, and DevOps engineers
In your first year, you will:
- Work across different projects, leveraging various frontend techniques
- Develop an expertise in delivering best-in-class experiences with advanced features
To succeed in this role, you should have:
- 3+ years of front-end focused web development
- Extensive experience with a CSS pre-processor (e.g. Sass)
- Extensive experience with cross-browser compatibility
- Experience with source control (e.g. Git)
- Proficient with Sketch, InVision, Zeplin, and ability to translate layered comps into code
- Solid OOP experience
- Experience with a task runner
- Nice to have:
- Experience with decoupled architectures, as well as back-end integration and server-side templating
- Experience with at least one frontend framework (React.js, Angular.js, etc.)
- Demonstrated knowledge of client-side performance analysis and optimization techniques
- Experience with a mobile app development framework such as React Native
- B.S/M.S. in Computer Science or equivalent
- Prior agency experience
Code and Theory is a digital-first strategic and creative agency that designs products, content, and campaigns across physical and digital environments. Founded in 2001 and operating out of offices in New York, San Francisco, London, Atlanta, and Manila, we believe a mix of technology and creativity can solve complex business problems to drive forward innovative change.
From helping to redefining the publishing landscape through our work with media companies such as NBC News, WWE, Bloomberg, The BBC, The Outline, Vogue, and The Guardian, to creating award-winning marketing programs for brands such as Maybelline New York, Victoria’s Secret, and Burger King, to developing unique customer experiences for NYLife, Quest Diagnostics, Citibank, Dignity Health, Reebok and Colgate to designing physical products for companies like Brown-Forman, Hearst, and Comcast, Code and Theory is a creative agency built for the entire ecosystem.
At Code and Theory, we strive to only be limited by our own ambition and creativity. We believe in pushing beyond the easy and obvious answers in order to deliver the solutions that are right for our clients, their businesses, and their users.
In addition to working with the smart and passionate people that make up the Code and Theory family, you also get the perks. There's the usual - 401k, excellent health, dental and vision coverage, life insurance, flexible spending, pre tax commuter benefits and long-term disability. In addition, we have recently rolled out new Voluntary Benefits including Accident Insurance and Short Term disability that you can choose to elect upon hire. Then there are the extras, some random, mostly awesome – bagel Mondays, summer Fridays, stocked candy jar and exceptional la Colombe coffee and cold brew, weekly in office meditation, quarterly massages and team outings.
Code and Theory is an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity at our company. We don’t discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status.