Gainesville, FL (Remote)
Infotech┬о is seeking a Front-end Architect that is passionate about creating and implementing solutions that improve the front-end solutions of web applications and services that build our nationтАЩs roads and infrastructure. If you are driving on a highway in North America, there is a good chance that Infotech┬о software was used to build it. 88% of state transportation agencies in the U.S. use Infotech-developed software to manage their road construction projects. HowтАЩs that for impact?!
Who we are looking for
As a Front-end Architect you will support and regularly contribute to the common code bases with very little oversight beyond high-level direction. Through integrating our products and taking front-end ownership implementations and solutions, you will help to create a more cohesive environment across our products. As a coding master dedicated to writing clean, test-driven code, you will be responsible for building our service-oriented architecture.
What itтАЩs like to be an engineer on our ITI Products Front-end team
Our vision: As engineers, our vision is to create intuitive software that makes our customersтАЩ jobs easier, more efficient, and less complex. We do this by being experts in the problems that they face, solving those problems in creative and elegant ways, and by always striving to be better tomorrow than we are today.
Our culture: We may be biased but we have some of the most talented and unique people on our team. We are:
What will you do in this role?
The technical chops needed for this role
We know that the best engineers can pick up new tech quickly when needed, so donтАЩt be deterred if you donтАЩt have every item on the list below.
Must have tech stacks:
Nice to Have:
HTML/CSS [expert level]
API experience (REST/GraphQL)
Our commitment to you as an Infotecher
You must have:
We would like you to have:
Where you will work
InfotechтАЩs people-first culture allows us to support remote, hybrid, or on-site work arrangement preferences aligned with the needs of the role or team. Construct your future with us while working fully remote within the US*. You can let us know your preferred work arrangement on your application.
Who we are
If you are driving on a highway in North America, there is a good chance that Infotech┬о software was used to build it. In the U.S., 88% of state transportation agencies use Infotech-developed software to manage their road construction projects. We support all aspects of road construction from managing bids, to secure document signing, to cost estimation and inspection. Infotech employees play a direct role in building and improving the construction and safety of road and highway infrastructure.
With a diverse workforce and collaborative, relaxed environment, Infotech is a Gainesville-born pioneer of innovation, committed to its family of employees, customers, and community. We are known for our people-first culture, outstanding employee retention rates, and work-life flexibility.
Infotech has earned a spot on Florida TrendтАЩs Best Companies to Work For program five years in a row and currently holds the #13 spot!
Multiple openings available. This is a non-sponsorship eligible position. Resume required.
*While Infotech supports a remote workforce, there are currently no employees residing in California. Due to tax implications, preference will be given to candidates residing outside of California.
Keywords: Front-end, Front End Development, Front-end Developer, Sr. Front-end Developer, Sr. Front-end Engineer, Front-end Engineer, Vue.js, HTML, CSS, UX, UI, User Experience, User Interface, Front-end Ownership
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)