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\nWalletHub.com – one of the leading personal finance destinations in the US – is rapidly growing and is seeking motivated, hardworking, and competitive Front End developers for full-time (45-50 hours/week), long term collaborations.\n\nWe're based in Washington, DC, but most of our team members work remotely from every corner of the world, from the comfort and custom environment that only their own homes can provide. If you're looking to truly make a difference and you enjoy a challenge, look no further!\n\nWe offer very competitive wages and we value excellence, so we employ a periodic raise schedule for good and great performers. For candidates outside the US that are interested, we offer the opportunity of a work visa sponsorship after 14-18 months with the company, based on performance.\n\nAs the first ever social network built from the ground up around personal finance, WalletHub is disrupting the notion that money is a taboo subject, and we’re connecting consumers with each other and subject matter experts. WalletHub enables consumers to compare financial products, read and write reviews about financial companies and professionals, ask and answer questions, group around shared interests, customize their financial news, and much more. Our goal is to ultimately change the way people think about money. \n\nRegardless of whether the next step in your career is starting your own business or working for a Fortune 500 company, the type of intensive hands-on experience that you will gain while at WalletHub will leave you in a better position to succeed\n\nResponsibilities include:\n• Communicate with backend person in order to integrate API's with UI.\n• SDK integration of FB, Twitter, and Google SDK's. Know how each one is used and interacted with.\n• Be able to slice PSD's to pixel perfection including margins, paddings, line heights, and font sizes. Making them look the same in all browsers.\n• Keep up-to-date with the latest standards and techniques concerning CSS, JS and the libraries we are using like jQuery, Knockout, Require, etc.
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