About the Role
As a Web Developer, you are responsible for the appearance of the site as well as technical aspects such as site speed and how much traffic the site can handle. You will also create site content that requires technical features.
Bachelor's Degree in Web development or a related field.
Solid knowledge and experience in programming applications.
Proficient in My SQL.
Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
Solid ability in both written and verbal communication.
Knowledge of programming language and technical terminology.
Able to develop ideas and processes and clearly express them.
A high degree of independent judgment.
Able to solve complex problems.
Website and software application designing, building, and/or maintaining.
Using scripting or authoring languages, management tools, content creation tools, applications, and digital media.
Working alongside teams to resolve conflicts, prioritize needs, develop content criteria, and/or choose solutions.
Performing updates for the Website.
Developing test routines and schedules to ensure test cases mimic external interfaces and address browser and device types.
Editing, writing, or designing Website content.
Directing team members who produce content.
Maintaining an understanding of the latest Web applications and programming practices.
Back up files from Websites to local directories for recovery.
Identifying problems discovered through customer feedback and testing.
Correcting or referring problems to appropriate personnel for correction.
Evaluating code to ensure it meets industry standards, is valid, properly structured, and compatible with browsers, devices, or operating systems.
Determining user needs by analyzing technical requirements.