Chegg is looking for a strong engineer with experience building consumer web products to join our Enrollment Marketing engineering team in our San Francisco office (located in the China Basin building near AT&T park). This team builds products to help students connect with higher education admissions offices. This is a great opportunity for someone who is passionate about engineering and is excited to build products that have immediate impact on millions of students.
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Develop awesome features for our high traffic web front end supporting enrollment marketing products.
Code, test, document and deliver features with cross-browser compatibility, accessibility and search engine optimization
Collaborate with product managers, designers, QA and other engineers to enhance existing UI
Participate in agile development process, including scoping, detailed design, effort estimation, coding, testing, debugging, code reviews, maintenance and support
Innovate and create the best user experience for millions of students
5+ years of consumer-facing web front end development experience
Proficient in DOM and AJAX / Web 2.0 programming
Familiar with RESTful API structure
Front end debugging experience using tools like Firebug/Chrome dev tools
Knowledge of latest open standards such as CSS3 and HTML5
Knowledge of LAMP architecture and PHP
Strong problem solving, analytical and object-oriented programming skills
Ability to decompose complex problems into manageable units of work
Excellent written and verbal communication skills – should be able to work closely with different teams – Front-end counterparts, QA, Product Management, Operations, Release Engineering, etc.
Willing to align personal goals to support company goals
BS or MS in Computer Science or a related field
Agile development experience through scrum
Web performance and scalability tuning
Chegg - 15 months ago
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