InVision, Front End Dev, San Francisco, CA

InVision is the world’s leading design collaboration platform.

We enable companies of all sizes to discover the power of design-driven product development. That’s why designers, product managers, marketers and other stakeholders at so many of the world’s most loved designers, agencies, & corporations use InVision every day, including Zappos, Evernote, AirBnB, and Yammer.

Built to foster collaboration and iteration, InVision helps our clients design, review and user-test a product before writing a single line of code, with tools for design prototyping, feedback, task management and version control.

We’re well-funded and venture-backed by prominent investors including FirstMark Capital and Tiger Global Management.

We’re looking for a Sr. JavaScript and AngularJS developer who can jump into an existing AngularJS application (with a lot of code) and help our team really rock. The ideal candidate can take a .PSD file and turn it into an awesome HTML5/CSS/AngularJS user experience that sings without breaking a sweat.

Ready for this challenge? Apply

REQUIREMENTS

  • Experience with jQuery and AngularJS

  • Experience with Less (or similar)

  • Comfort with Photoshop

  • Versed in agile development and its best practices

  • Experience using GitHub

  • Excellent communication and problem-solving skills

  • Bonus Points for Experience With:

  • Start-ups

  • Mobile development

  • Work on one or more interesting open-source project

BENEFITS

  • A highly competitive salary
  • The ability to work from home, the local coffee shop, wherever!
  • The ability to own and build the content strategy for a fast growing startup
  • Did we mention a highly competitive salary?
  • Stock options
  • Premium health coverage
  • Macbook Air or Pro, your choice
  • Membership at health club of your choice
  • Unlimited books from Amazon
  • Unlimited Starbucks card
  • Half-day Fridays!

Ready for this challenge? Apply

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