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Job Description: Front-End Developer\n\nPosition Description\nKimetrica is seeking to recruit a front-end developer to work on mobile capable web applications. You are likely to be a technology enthusiast with a passion for improving user experience and a good eye for clean and attractive interface design. You are likely to want to apply your technical and design skills to social causes.\n\nThe applications include high-end analytics, GIS and dashboard/visualization functionality. They serve humanitarian and international development communities, supporting decision-making on disaster management, project design and management and public policy. Current work includes tools for managing wildlife conservancies, early warning of famine, simulation of impacts of climate change and locational intelligence for targeting public services and humanitarian responses.\n\nWe are seeking a skilled and experienced front end developer to build React user interfaces for Python/Django applications accessed via Django Rest Framework APIs.\n\nKey Tasks\n\nDevelop responsive front ends for web applications using React.\nDesign highly attractive and intuitive user interfaces and liaise with in-house and external graphics and communications experts\nManage other front end developers or outsource contractors as required\nCreate GUI proposals and mock ups\nImplement online mapping solutions using Google Earth, OpenLayers and similar\nWork with Python developers to ensure seamless, fast and optimized integration and rapid troubleshooting\nOptimize user experience and liaise with users groups and UX experts\nDevelop efficient and agile processes for interface design, development, testing and acceptance\nConduct research and ensure that we provide the best available front-end technology to our clients and advise Kimetrica on the tech stack.\n\nRequirements\n\nProven work experience as a Front-end developer, 6-10 years\nHands on experience with markup languages\nExperience with ES6, JavaScript, HTML5, SASS or LESS, CSS, and JQuery\nExperience with React and Bootstrap\nExperience with UX optimization and acceptance testing\nFamiliarity with automated browser testing and debugging\nIn-depth understanding of the entire web development process (design, development and deployment) and agile development (we use Docker, GitLab and Redmine)\nStrong design sense\nKnowledge of SEO principles preferred\nStrong self-motivation and initiative with an ability to work with minimal supervision\nExcellent research, analytical and multitasking skills\nBSc degree in Computer Science or relevant field preferred\nGIS experience with OpenLayers preferred\nExperience with KoboToolbox, Superset/Caravel, Pandas and/or Django Rest Framework desirable\nGood understanding of asynchronous request handling, partial page updates, and AJAX\nSolid understanding of software versioning tool Git\n\nWillingness to travel to US, Africa, Asia as required\nLocation \nNeeds to be able to communicate with teams during working hours in Denver, US and in East Africa. Between GMT- 6 and GMT+4 \n\nPerks\n\nCompetitive salary package;\nHealth benefits\nOptions to work remotely / from home\nGenerous vacation, (4+ weeks a year), holiday and sick leave; and\nProfessional colleagues that are dynamic, innovative and highly committed to making a positive impact.\n\nPlease go to and fill out the application form.

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