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Front End Web Developer (Remote/AZ)

Front End Web Developer (Remote/AZ)

(job number 19040AZ)

Work Location: Telecommute/Remote, but 100% required you must reside local to Phoenix metro area.

Help support some of the most visible web sites in the world! We were just awarded a contract extension of 5 years and $70M+, so we are going to be very busy!

Quick Note #1: this position requires US citizenship, and the ability to obtain a Secret clearance  If you are a US citizen and clearable, this is a great opportunity to be sponsored for your clearance! An active Secret clearance is highly preferred!

Quick Note #2: We can ONLY consider candidates currently living in the Phoenix, AZ metro area who can telecommute and make regular team meetings held in the Phoenix, AZ area (85382). 

Quick Note #3: candidates advancing through the interview process will be required to submit work samples.

About this opportunity:

OMNITEC Solutions, Inc., ( http://www.omnitecinc.com ) provides a variety of robust web solutions to the federal government and the Department of Defense. 

Imagine supporting 800+ military and DoD web sites, including the flagship websites for the DoD, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, Army Corps of Engineers, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, such as http://www.defense.gov,
http://www.af.milhttp://www.navy.mil, and others. 

We are currently seeking a Front End Web Application Developer to help us support DMA Public Web (DMA-PW), a fast and secure DoD enterprise-level hosting service provider. DMA-PW provides a wide variety of services for publicly-accessible websites and social media blogs including Web development, Web design, system engineering, network operations, security, training, and site migration.

We’re looking for someone passionate about Front-End development specifically using core web application languages as well as modern front-end development tools like HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript frameworks and browser compatibility.

OMNITEC Solutions has supported this client for 15+ years. This is a long-term contract with substantial opportunity for growth and stability. The scope of this contract is an end-to-end, or "turn-key" solution, meaning all Development and Infrastructure support is provided and managed by OMNITEC Solutions.

Duties and Responsibilities

Working with a team of other Developers, you will:

  • Build themes and templates for our Content Management System.
  • Translate designs into working code.
  • Troubleshoot front-end coding and browser compatibility issues.
  • Performs other tasks as assigned. 

Required Skills

  • Three or more years of experience as a Front End Developer (HTML5, JavaScript, CSS3 and JQuery). 
  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or other related field, or equivalent work experience;
  • Experience with responsive web development using the Bootstrap framework;
  • Experience with MVC, C#, or ASP.Net;
  • Positive attitude and strong work ethic;
  • US citizenship, and the ability to obtain a Secret clearance.

Additional Preferred Qualifications

  • A strong sense of UI/UX design and layout; 
  • Experience working on cross-browser platforms;
  • Experience with Git;
  • Experience with CMS, preferably DNN (DotNetNuke).
  • Experience with Vue.js.
  • Experience with Agile (preferably Scrum) & Test-driven development.
  • Understanding of web accessibility (Section 508 and WAI) standards. 

Please apply directly via this job posting or http://omnitecinc.applytojob.com/apply/ 

OMNITEC Solutions, Inc., is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, disability, gender, gender identity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

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