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Viget is a digital agency / software development shop headquartered just outside of Washington, DC, (in Falls Church, VA) with additional offices in Durham, NC, Boulder, CO, and Chattanooga, TN. We've been at it since 1999 and have earned a solid reputation as a rare firm that does both great design and development work when building digital products and marketing platforms.\n\nWe solve interesting problems with code. Ruby and React mostly, but also Python, Elixir, and more.  Our JavaScript developers don’t work in isolation -- they work alongside industry-leading product and project managers, interface and product designers, and front-end and back-end developers to create compelling products and platforms.  At this time, we're hoping to hire a mid-level developer with a few years experience building client-side web applications in a professional setting. \n\nOur teams also collaborate directly with clients that offer great variety -- from major brands like ESPN and Dick’s Sporting Goods to world-changing nonprofits like WWF and WCS to emerging startups and tech leaders like Google.  Viget == variety.\n\nTo get a feel for how we think and what we're learning about, read our tech articles, check out code.viget.com, or jump straight to our projects on Github.\n\nAbout Viget:\n\nViget is an award-winning, full-service digital agency on a mission to build a better digital world. Our team of ambitious, creative, hard-working people are committed to collaborating on challenging, innovative, and meaningful work for inspiring clients like ESPN, AdCouncil, and the World Wildlife Fund. We’re a rare software shop known for prioritizing clean code as much as good design. If you join, you can expect project variety, professional growth, influence on our future (and yours), and teammates who care. More than half our team has been here for 5 years or more — well more than the industry average — which we think is a pretty good success metric. In addition to our collaborative culture, we offer employees competitive compensation and benefits. \n\nHow to Apply:\n\nIntroduce yourself using the form below. Our recruiters, Erica and Margaret, will respond typically within a day or two.  \n\nPlease attach your resume and submit a cover letter discussing why you want to work at Viget, and how your previous experience relates to the position described. Examples of your previous work are also much appreciated. \n\nBefore you get in touch, feel free to learn more about Erica and Margaret on Viget's People Team. You can also get to know us better on Twitter, Flickr, Vimeo, Instagram, Facebook, and by exploring pointlesscorp.com.\n\nWe maintain a drug-free workplace. We are unable to offer work visa sponsorship at this time.\n\nWe are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and we’re committed to creating an inclusive workplace. In order to meet the diverse needs of our clients and make the digital world better for everyone, we seek to expand the diversity of our team. We encourage people from underrepresented groups to apply. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and will work with you to meet your needs. If you are a person with a disability and require accommodations or assistance during the application process, please email [email protected]\n\nExperience level: Mid-senior\n\n


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