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Front End Developer (Ecommerce) at Huckberry (San Francisco, CA)

We are looking for a Front End Developer comfortable working with Node/Ruby and well versed in Javascript and React. You’ll maintain and improve a website that gets more than 7 million monthly page views. You’ll grow our eCommerce front end, directly touching customers with your changes. We believe you’re joining a fun, young company creating the most inspiring, creative, and profitable company in eCommerce.

You should be ambitious, creative, curious, and hard-working. In this position you’ll be asked not only to deliver strong code, but to communicate frequently and efficiently. You’ll work with key people across our company on improving and building new experiences for our customers. We encourage independent work in our small technical team, and expect you to be driven to write organized, well-formed, maintainable JavaScript and SCSS. You’ll help define user stories and collaborate with back-end developers to build complex features. You understand the importance to site-speed and its impact on user experience and perception. You’ll be expected to have opinions on the best technology to use for the task at hand, but you’ll be able to comfortably work with other technology when you have to.


We’re looking for an individual with strong experience in:

  • JavaScript & ES6  

  • ReactJS

  • Redux

  • HTML

  • SCSS

  • JSON

  • Webpack

It would be a bonus if you have prior experience with:

  • Ruby on Rails 5

  • Spree/Solidus

  • Slim template languages

  • API Specification

  • Ecommerce

You should be able to work with git, GitHub, and Heroku. You understand the constraints of mobile network bandwidth and how to accommodate high density displays.

When applying, please include the following:

  • Examples of HTML, SCSS and JavaScript you’ve written.

  • A link your GitHub profile, if you have one.

  • A link to your LinkedIn profile.

  • Bonus: Links to any websites you’ve developed in production, and links to source code for any front end or even Rails projects you’ve developed.

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