Front-End Developer

Tampa, Fl

Job Description

Front-End Developer  

Job Description 

As a Front-End Developer, you will help develop interfaces for our various platforms and services. The work you do will help shape the products and tools used internally and will positively impact the experience of thousands of customers that visit our site each day. 

Remote opportunities available in the following locations:  

Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Nevada, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Ohio and Mississippi 

 

Please include these in your application: 

  • Links to code samples (projects, experiments, etc.) 

  • Your resume 

  • 1-2 paragraph summary of your favorite project from any of your work 

  • A short paragraph on why you believe that you will flourish and grow at WebstaurantStore 

 

You will: 

  • Write semantic, and accessible HTML 

  • Confidently write CSS and is familiar with SASS or LESS preprocessors. Experience working with Tailwind.css is a plus. 

  • Be able to navigate designs created in Figma, Sketch, etc. and translate the designs into code. 

  • Have an interest in building UIs with modern tools like React, TypeScript, and WebPack. Experience with ANT Design is a plus. 

  • Track, and communicate code changes using GIT for version control 

  • Work within scrum/agile methodologies 

  • Have 5+ years of Front-End development experience using modern JavaScript frameworks. An understanding of .NET would be a plus, but not a requirement.  

 

Things we value in a candidate: 

  • Solid work ethic - you are motivated to learn, and work independently 

  • Dependability - you meet deadlines consistently, and can communicate roadblocks 

  • Problem solver - you can figure out random code bugs, or complex grid layouts 

  • Passion - you enjoy what you do, and getting to work with new technology 

  • Drive - you take the lead, and generate new ideas/concepts  

  • Good communication - you can document your work, and keep others informed about your tasks   

 

Your daily job looks like: 

  • Taking a provided design and implementing the layout using HTML/CSS, and/or React 

  • Improving the accessibility of our website during weekly sprints 

  • Assisting back-end developers with troubleshooting site bugs, or markup implementation 

  • Cross-browser testing all the code you write 

  • Refactoring existing CSS for performance optimization 

  • Optimizing WebPack build pipelines 

  • Collaborate closely with design-developers and engineers to shape your work 

 

You might work on: 

  • Web Administrative Portal – the platform that WebstaurantStore uses to manage the products, pricing, services and other customer related material for Websaurantstore.com. 

  • Webstaurantstore.com - the website of the leading distributor of restaurant supplies and equipment.  

  • Briefcase - customer service platform used by WebstaurantStore to communicate with customers 

 

What’s in it for you: 

  • We will help you focus on what you do best and give you the opportunities to grow into the role that you will be most successful in. An annual education reimbursement will help you on your journey. 

  • Flexible work schedule. Work the hours that make sense for you. 

  • Work remote, semi-remote, or work in the office. How do you work best? 

  • Dog friendly office. Bring your best friend with you. 

  • Take a break during the day, and use the onsite fitness center  

 

Benefits: 

  • Annual bonuses 

  • Medical, dental and vision insurance 

  • 401(k) up to a 10% employee contribution

  • Paid time off 

  • Paid maternity leave 
      

What does our hiring process look like: 

  1. A phone interview with a Team Manager to chat about the company, position, and most importantly, learn more about you. Our goal is to see if we're a match. 

  1. If we feel that you could be a match, we will contact you to schedule the next interview, or let you know if we feel that you aren't a good fit. 

  1. The next interview will involve all Team Managers, and the Director of Design. We could ask you general questions about design to test your understanding of design principles, or have you review a case study on your portfolio. Additionally, we will be reviewing your communication skills, and how well you align with our core values. 

  1. Last, we will either make you an offer, or let you know if we feel that you aren't a good fit.  

 

If you are ready to be a part of our team, please include these in your application: 

  • Links to code samples (projects, experiments, etc.) 

  • Your resume 

  • 1-2 paragraph summary of your favorite project from any of your work 

  • A short paragraph on why you believe that you will flourish and grow at WebstaurantStore 

 

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