Front End Developer (Entry Level) - Part Time with Miami HEAT in Miami · FL
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Web/Creative Services: Web Design/Development
The Miami HEAT marketing department is looking to hire an Entry Level Front-end Developer who is experienced in working with large websites and content management systems. As a Front-end Developer, you will be responsible for developing new webpages, help with updating content on our websites and making sure our websites are ADA complaint.
- Help maintain and improve our websites
- Develop webpages and new user-facing features
- Build reusable code for future use
- Help ensure websites are accessible and ADA compliant.
- Collaborate with other team members
Skills And Qualifications:
- Proficient understanding of web markup, including HTML5, CSS3
- Proficient understanding of responsive web development and frameworks, such as Bootstrap.
- Work around cross-browser compatibility issues.
- Testing and debugging websites
- Server-side CSS pre-processing platforms, such as SASS
- Content Management Systems such as Drupal and Wordpress.
- Familiarity with tools such as Photoshop, Illustrator or Figma to be able to crop, resize, or perform small adjustments on an design.
- Website accessibility and ADA compliance.
- Basic knowledge of SEO principles
- Basic understanding of asynchronous request handling, partial page updates, AJAX and APIs.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender/gender identity, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, pregnancy, genetic information, national origin, citizenship status, veteran status, and any other legally protected status entitled to protection under federal, state, or local anti-discrimination laws. EOE & DFWP
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How many years of experience do you have with HTML, CSS, and JS?
Do you have any experience with content management systems? If yes, which ones?
Do you have any experience with mobile-first responsive development? If yes, what responsive frameworks have you used?
(Yes/No) Do you have any experience with making websites ADA compliant?