Front-End Web Developer (HTML/CSS/Javascript) for U.S. News & World Report
December 15, 2008 1:03 PM

(Washington, DC) U.S. News & World Report has an immediate opening for a front-end web developer with strong skills in HTML, CSS and JavaScript. This position requires expert-level knowledge of WC3 standards, cross-browser development, accessibility, and a solid understanding of the principles of information architecture and search engine optimization. Strong organizational and communication skills, attention to detail, and ability to meet deadlines are also required.

Duties include
- working with editors, web producers, graphic artists, and programmers to create innovative online features and interactive tools
- creating web-based content from conceptual page plans in Photoshop
- crafting flexible templates for custom Zope/Python content management system
- integrating and troubleshooting code from third-party content and E-commerce partners

Applicants will be required to provide code demonstrating a clear separation of content, presentation and behavior, and an unobtrusive use of JavaScript.

Some night and weekend work required.

Basic Requirements
- JavaScript

Preferred Requirements
- Experience working in a Unix environment
- Python
- Zope 2 / Zope 3
- Flash
- Streaming Video
- Experience with version control

This is a full-time position onsite at our offices in Washington, DC.

payscale: Negotiable
job type: full-time
posted by brownpau to Internet Engineering

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