Web Developer

Company Name:
Ebit Information Systems
We are not accepting resumes from third parties and sponsorships are not provided for this role. This position also requires the employee to be on-site.
This is a contract opportunity.

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Our client is seeking a front-end Web Application Developer to join their Lexington, Kentucky team. This individual will be working in an Agile environment on an HTML5/JavaScript transition. We are seeking individuals who are highly skilled in dynamic web interface development.

HTML and JavaScript experience and skills are a must.
Must have solid Web Design skills and the ability to make interfaces look nice and function well.
Experience with AngularJS and Bootstrap and well-architected front-ends.
Ability to use JSON on data driven applications, ideally around REST or other web service interfaces.
Must be willing to work within a team and not just code.
Highly Desired:
Experience with LESS, CSS3, Google Maps.
Ability to utilize Photoshop to tweak images or generate icons.
Have server side skills and experience such as Java, SQL, Ant, Oracle, and Spring.
Note to Applicants:
Please include examples of front-end work when applying for this job.

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