UX/UI Developer

UX/UI Developer - Remote or In-office

DataBlend, a specialized iPaaS software company focused on financial system workflows, is looking for a roll-up your sleeves person with a can-do attitude to join our growing team as a UX/UI Developer.  Position can either be remote or in-office at our Woburn, MA location. If you want to join a start-up with proven product market fit and are ready to create a killer user experience for our customers and partners, please submit your resume to resumes@datablend.com.

Job Description

Reporting directly to the Director of Engineering, the UX/UI Developer’s responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:

  • Design and implement front-end UX/UI solutions in Angular
  • Create well documented and clearly articulated code, process and services documentation
  • Assess, evaluate and challenge existing UX/UI design of the product
  • Ensure that DataBlend product experience is meaningfully aligned with customer/partner integration objectives.
  • Provide design leadership for the Datablend team, including guidance in best practices, usability theory, and design developments and trends.
  • Identify and resolve performance and scalability issues
  • Attend daily standup meetings.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related degree.
  • Extensive experience with Angular and ng-zorro-antd
  • Knowledge of the following technologies – .NET Core, AWS
  • Knowledge of the software development life cycle and Agile development methodologies.
  • The desire to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Must be a full-stack developer and understand concepts of software engineering.
  • Experience working on a variety of software development projects.
  • Attention to detail.

DataBlend values the array of backgrounds, talents, and perspectives that a diverse workforce brings. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to actual or perceived race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital or familial status (including registered domestic partnership status), sex and gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, lactation, and related medical conditions), gender identity and gender expression (including transgender individuals who are transitioning, have transitioned, or are perceived to be transitioning to the gender with which they identify), age, sexual orientation, Civil Air Patrol status, military and veteran status, certain arrest or conviction records, domestic violence victim status, and any other consideration protected by federal, state or local law (collectively referred to as “protected characteristics”