Mid UI Angular Developer - eCommerce Web & Mobile Platform Development

Washington, DC - Metro accessible (ON-SITE)
Job Terms:
$55.00 + subsidized benefits
Start date:
Posted By:
Cynthia Escalante

Job Description:

MANDATORY :: On-Site in Washington, DC (5 days/week)

Technical Skills:

Angular 2+ 3 yrs. MANDATORY



Job Responsibilities: 

• Execute functions with minimal supervision

• Design, develop and modify functionality using a disciplined development process.

• Work on projects that require very advanced skills in multiple technical environments and possess deep knowledge of a specific domain. 

• Participate or leads in part in the technical project planning process with IT business analysts. 

• Organize and document technical requirements.  

• Create technical design specifications.

• Evaluate and provide recommendations for application packages and tools.

• Assist in the deployment and test of new modules, upgrades and fixes.  

• Integrate solutions with COTS applications, platforms, and/or external systems. 

• Lead unit and integration testing activities.

• Adhere to and promote quality standards and procedures.  

• Review modules for quality assurance and checks compliance with application standards and SLAs.

• Make modules production-ready by following release procedures and completing version control documents.

• Provide ongoing maintenance of programs and interfaces. 

• Provides Tier III support.  Troubleshoots existing information on systems to identify errors or deficiencies and develops solutions.

• Assist in the development of user guides and training documentation.  

• Provide technical coaching and mentoring to less-experienced team members.

Client Description:

A unique, collaborative environment where clients come to solve their toughest problems. Create more citizen- and user-centric solutions using ground-breaking service design principles.


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