Frontend Javascript Developer

Job Description
Frontend Javascript Developer
Region Weert, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Are you a solid javascript developer in the Eindhoven/Weert region?
Do you have an innovative mindset?
Do you want to build data visualizations as part of a globally sold Business Analytics product?

Then we would like to get in touch with you!

As part of the IBM Lab in Weert you will be working with 20 other colleagues. As a small group within the larger IBM we are working as a closely-knit team which is keen on achieving good results and making a difference within our Business Analytics division. Within the team we encourage strong collaboration and continuous sharing of knowledge, this includes daily team lunches (with fresh fruit and good coffee) and taking care of a nice work environment.

Job responsibilities
We would like to expand our team with a front-end developer. As part of your job you will be working on implementing well-functioning and responsive front-end data visualizations, with a high-focus on usability and quality. As part of the team you will be involved in everything related to data visualizations and its integration into the wider product line.

Required Technical and Professional Expertise

Job requirements

Bachelor (ICT related)
relevant work experience with javascript;
experience with Javascript, HTML, CSS;
knowledge of API development, browsers, devices and platforms;
good communication skills;
willingness to take technical ownership;

Preferred Tech and Prof Experience

Preferred Requirements:

experience with Javascript D3;
understanding of Business Analytics;

EO Statement
IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.

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