Lead UI Developer

San Francisco, USA

We are a digitally native company where innovation, design and engineering meet scale. We use the latest technologies in the digital and cognitive field to empower organizations in every aspect. We want you to join us to work for the biggest clients in tech, retail, travel, banking, ecommerce and media, revolutionizing and growing their core businesses while helping them (and you!) stay ahead of the curve. Be part of a company with the most cutting-edge practices and technologies plus a unique team. Globant is an EOE M/F/D/V. For many positions relocation is available if needed. Globant does not accept unsolicited 3rd party resumes.  

What Are We Looking For?

Team Leading experience (more than 2 years of experience). Excellent communication skills Scrum JavaScript - Deep understanding of the language. HTML5 CSS3 Git Experience using modern front-end frameworks or libraries: ReactJS, AngularJS, VueJS, Ember and the like.

What Will Help You Succeed

ES5/ES6 JavaScript Unit Test frameworks & libraries for test running and assertions. ReactJS. Redux Webpack NodeJS Babel PostCSS Jest Enzyme Git workflows

You Will Get The Chance To

Lead a scrum team of 4-6 person(governance). Develop UI components based on ReactJS according to specification defined for its visual design, interaction design and accessibility requirements. Participate actively in the design and architecture discussions of the individual UI components as well as the library as a whole. Conduct research activities of different technologies that could be incorporated as part of the library. Potentially participate in the development of tooling mechanisms required to build the component library as part of the continuous integration pipelines. Provide guidance to application development teams using the component library in terms of best practices. Gather feedback from other application developers in the use of the library and share it with the team to enhance the design and architecture of the component library to improve its usability and adoption. Participate in support activities to help application developers get the most out of the component library.