Web Developer Principal
- Military veterans preferred
2020-02-04 SAIC (www.saic.com)
Springfield Virginia 22150 United States
seeking a Web Developer to provide support to the CIO-T/TF/TFI Integration
Design Branch by applying extensive knowledge of various sciences (e.g.,
Computer Science, Programming; APIs or web service technologies (e.g., REST
APIs, SOAP, and XML); and browser-based
technologies and libraries (e.g. AJAX, jQuery, Angular, Handlebars, Bootstrap
or similar design and HTML templating frameworks).
Create designs for complex client web and mobile applications utilizing
current industry programming techniques.
Partner with internal and external teams and application users to
conceptualize, design, and prototype excellent user experiences while
maintaining functionality and simple workflows.
Participate in design activities to identify new product ideas and to
optimize existing products.
Research and implement modern web design technologies to create
innovative user interfaces and improve workflow efficiency.
Develop and share recommendations on industry best practices on
information architecture, user experience, accessibility compliance, and use of
graphics, mobile optimization, responsiveness, and other web best practices.
Develop estimates on scope and duration of work required for individuals
or team(s) to deliver client requirements.
Design new user-facing products by transforming an idea from scientific
presentations to websites or online productivity tools.
jQuery, and Bootstrap.
Utilize the NGA DevOps systems and tools (Git, Jenkins, etc.) to ensure
compliant code and ensure best practices.
Build efficient and reusable resource and guidance libraries for future
Ensure the technical feasibility of UI/UX designs.
Identify and troubleshoot customer issues on NGA’s content management
system (permissions, api, web parts).
Collaborate with UI/UX team members during design and content reviews to
refine user experiences.
Participate in code reviews to ensure best practices.
Utilize XML-parsing, XSLT, CSS, Web Services and REST of multiple systems
including Microsoft SharePoint. Possess associated technical knowledge of admin
and servers associated with SharePoint such as SQL Server administration,
Windows Server Administration, active directory control, etc.
Apply results of web usability testing (e.g., usability studies, creation
of user profiles or personas, participatory design, surveys, heuristic
evaluations, and cognitive walkthroughs) to the design of applications and web
Bachelors degree and 7 plus years of
experience or 15 plus years of experience in lieu of degree.