Senior Developer Front-End
Shop Smart is changing the way consumers shop. Every day we help millions of people to make better purchasing decisions. Our technology team is data-driven and focused on innovation. We believe that technologists should be leading the way forward. We are looking for passionate frontend developers to join our team and to build highly engaging, personalized experiences for our users.
- Participate in the planning, analysis, and design of web applications.
- Build high-performance, scalable web applications.
- Create clean, maintainable, and well-tested code.
- Own and deliver major projects and technology decisions.
- Thrive in a team environment where feedback is embraced.
- Experience building and shipping web applications (3-5 years or greater)
- Experience and passion for responsive design, pattern libraries, and wireframe development.
- Strong command of object-oriented programming patterns
- Experience working within an Agile team
- Experience applying test-driven development and other development best practices
- Excellent debugging and problem-solving skills
- Knowledge of the entire application development process, including testing, build, deploy, and maintenance
- Strong communication skills
- The desire and passion to mentor teammates
- Prior start-up experience is a plus
- Experience with web service development (Rails, Python, Node.js, Golang)
Shop Smart, one of Forbes’ 100 Most Promising Companies and a 101 Chicago Best and Brightest Organization, publishes deals and coupons from national retailers across a network of sites. The flagship, Brad’s Deals, is the largest editorial-driven deal site with over 5m monthly unique visitors.
Launched in 2002, the rapidly growing company has changed the way millions of consumers shop and is a leader in our space and in the Chicago technology community. We have relationships with over 2,500 top retailers (Amazon, Target, Dell, etc.), exposure to over 50M consumers a year and a consistent national media presence (USA Today, Today Show, WSJ, MSNBC).