Web Production Developer

Company Name:
OTM Software Professionals, Inc
Web Production Developer needed for long term project for a direct client project. Excellent long term opportunity for the right candidate.

Job Summary:

The primary responsibilities of this role include:

Building marketing assets and product launch pages by transforming Photoshop comps from our Client's Design team into the mobile environment, using existing templates and new markdown layouts styled with CSS-like style sheets.
Working with the greater business team, delivering code that integrates easily into the content publishing environment.
Interfacing with the Mobile Engineering team to learn and help establish best practices, maintaining staging environment layouts and CSS using Subversion.
Communicating with cross-functional teams, understanding and refining user interface requirements, and clearly documenting the development process.
This position requires individuals who are self-motivated and comfortable dealing with ambiguity. We are a fun and hard-working team, looking for an organized, detail-oriented person to work on highly visible web pages.


Strong HTML and CSS skills ? experience with CSS3 or mobile development is a plus
Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop
Ability to work efficiently under incredibly tight timelines and to meet deadlines without sacrificing quality
Exceptional organizational skills, and the ability to prioritize work
Adeptness at troubleshooting and quickly fixing development bugs
Strong teamwork and communication skills
Eagerness to learn and grow as the mobile platform matures
Incredible eye for detail
Passion for creating a great user experience and interaction
Understanding of performance and page weight optimization
Comprehension of the challenges of localizing/translating large-scale sites
Experience with content management systems and Subversion or similar file management systems
Minimum 3 years of experience in developing code for large-scale websites
B.S. / B.A. degree or equivalent work experience

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