Front End Software Developer

Organization
PerkinElmer
Job Location
Waltham, MA 02451
Job Description

We are looking for a Senior Software Developer to work in a team environment participating in all Software development activities. You will be focused on the front-end design and development of our cloud electronic notebook product. Helping turn marketing requirements into an easy to use, elegant application designed for the scientific community.

Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree Computer Science, Computer Engineering or equivalent.
  • 3-5+ years experience in building dynamic single page web applications
  • Proficiency in Javascript developing Dynamic Single Page Applications.
  • Experience in React/Redux desired but not required.
  • Proficient in CSS and HTML
  • Experience with open source technologies.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills required
  • Must be able to communicate effectively with other team members
  • Creative problem solving skills
  • Excellent work ethic and desire to learn and take on new challenges
  • UI/UX design experience a plus
  • Life Science experience a plus
  • Support the evaluation, selection, design, development and maintenance of the platform
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills required
  • Must have strong teamwork orientation and the ability to foster collaboration within and across teams
  • Thorough understanding of and experience with structured software development methodologies including design, development and testing in an Agile environment
  • Excellent work ethic and strong sense of ownership of end result

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