Sr UI Developer ADP
@ADPCareers | Pasadena
You will help build next-generation web applications for the paycard product. As a front end engineer, you will specialize in building responsive and thoughtfully designed UIs with Angular JS and similar technologies. The payments 2.0 strategy also involves an entire redesign of the user experience with extensive opportunity for forward development.
- Redesign/Create new UIs in an Angular JS v4 ecosystem, explore integrating with java as necessary
- Design UI frameworks, reusable components/libraries
- Explore the payments domain, to motivate and build the next generation web application with a deep focus on user experience
- Collaborate with product management and UX teams to drive exceptional user experience
- Bachelor degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering preferred
- Experience in creating re-useable UI components
- Experience with Angular JS v4.
- Working knowledge in CI (continuous integration)
- Experience with responsive design and SPA (Single Page Application) development
- Working knowledge of CSS pre-processors i.e.: LESS, SASS
Preference will be given to candidates who have the following:
- AngularJS v4
Software in the Cloud. Experts on the Ground:
ADP powers the working world with comprehensive solutions that drive business success. Consistently named one of the “Most Admired Companies” by FORTUNE® Magazine, and recognized by Forbes® as one of “The World’s Most Innovative Companies,” ADP has over a half-million clients around the globe and 65 years of experience as one of the largest providers of human capital management solutions world-wide.
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