Front-End Web Developer


Who we want

  • Does your expertise in software development and passion for learning give you the edge it takes to develop innovative technologies?
  • Do you feel at home in a dynamic, fast-paced, time-critical environment?
  • Do you strive for perfection down to the last detail?

If so, join Gallup and help us take our groundbreaking platforms into the future.

Gallup is looking for a Front-End Web Developer with experience in HTML, CSS and JavaScript to join our Washington, D.C., team. In this role, you will be responsible for designing, developing, testing and maintaining Web-based applications. Ideal candidates will be enthusiastic about building new platforms and watching them come to life.


What you need

  • A bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in computer science; MIS is required
  • Three+ years of experience in HTML, CSS and JavaScript
  • Two+ years of experience with AngularJS
  • Knowledge of Java, GWT and experience leading product development is preferred

What you’ll do

  • Communicate with the back-end team in order to integrate APIs with UI
  • Optimize the use and interaction of SDK integration of Facebook, Twitter and Google SDKs
  • Slice PSDs to pixel perfection, including margins, paddings, line heights and font sizes
  • Work with JavaScript frameworks, including Ember and Backbone; work with Node.js for tooling and general prototyping; work with ES2015 (aka ES6) via the Babel transpiler; work with LESS, Twitter Bootstrap and jQuery; work with IntelliJ
  • Keep up to date with the latest standards and techniques concerning CSS, JS and libraries like jQuery, LESS, Twitter, Bootstrap, etc.

Gallup is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer that celebrates, supports and promotes diversity and inclusion. We will consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation or gender identity, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law.

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