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Front End User Interface Developer - CSS Master who can build cross platform/browser solutions!

at Acquia in Woburn, MA   —   Apr 08, 2014   |  
Overview
Acquia and Drupal are changing the face of social publishing on the web. We are using CSS in groundbreaking ways to allow anybody to create a website and theme that site using a browser.
Responsibilities
We are seeking a Front End UI Developer that has a mastery of CSS and can apply those skills to manipulate CSS in ways that have never been done before. If you are not afraid to use your mad CSS skills and you see CSS as more of an instrument than a technology, you are playing our tune.
Skills
Solid ability to build user interfaces
Expert, hands-on knowledge of XHTML, CSS, JQuery and/or JavaScript
Expert knowledge developing cross platform/browser compatible production ready solutions
Ability to work with themeable CMS applications
Ability to configure a local xAMP stack
Aptitude to understand and build SEO/semantic solutions
Experience translating design comps/wireframes
Ability to work with source/version control software
Effective verbal and written communication skills and ability to interact professionally with a diverse group of people
Enthusiastic to work in a fast-paced and dynamically changing environment
Education
Bachelors or Masters in a design discipline or equivalent experience
Compensation
APPLY HERE: http://acquia.com/about-us/contact/employment
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