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Creative Technologist (Front End Dev), Marketing

As a Creative Technologist at CoverMyMeds, you work with our top notch Marketing team to deliver resources that leave a lasting impression. You’re the technical expert, shaping designs into tangible assets and helping our users and clients navigate through complex concepts more easily. In collaboration with a creative team, you will develop and maintain the CoverMyMeds website as well as other digital media assets to drive awareness, adoption and revenue goals in a big way. You’ll help the Marketing team at CoverMyMeds solve problems using your understanding of innovative, immersive creativity and design experiences with expertise.


What you’ll do:

  • Design, build and code engaging web experiences that align to marketing objectives
  • Architect front-end solutions using the latest front-end technologies
  • Provide technical guidance through design, implementation, launch, and maintenance of the website
  • Bridge the gap between the art of design and the art of programming
  • Transform static wireframes into interactive prototypes
  • Accurately scope budget, timelines, and other estimates for development tasks
  • Effectively communicate project status and challenges with both technical and non-technical stakeholders throughout the business
  • Assist in QA and testing process
  • Make technical SEO enhancements and communicate the impact
  • Stay up to date on the current trends in design and technology, understand how to use them, and implement on our website.

About you:

  • 5+ years of professional work experience as a Front End Developer or Web Designer
  • Portfolio – being able to share your involvement and collaboration in each project
  • Deep understanding of JavaScript and interest in libraries and frameworks such as Vue, React, Nuxt, and jQuery (with at least 3+ years of experience using one of these)
  • Expert HTML5 & CSS (Sass, LESS, or similar) skills
  • Experience building brand experiences or marketing websites
  • Fluency and awareness of responsive web design
  • A flexible mindset, understanding that projects will fall on a spectrum between Waterfall and Agile
  • Familiarity with automated build and testing tools
  • Experience with Middleman & headless CMS (Contentful) is a plus
  • Know how to get what you need from design files - and how to ask for what you need
  • Interest in SEO & other marketing disciplines, a plus
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