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Senior Frontend Developer And Designer - Bonus, Full Benefits
Oscar AssociatesRichmond, VA
The Principal Frontend Developer/Designer will be working on client-facing applications to help propel the already tremendous growth into an industry giant. Principal Frontend Developer/Designer - up to $160,000 - React.
Senior Frontend Developer / UI Architect - Remote, Equity, Bonus
Oscar AssociatesSanta Clara, CA
Senior UI Architect/Frontend Engineer - Santa Clara, CA - React or Angular, Backbone, UI/UX Design, JavaScript, HTML5, CSS, TypeScript, REST API's - Equity, Unlimited PTO, 401k, Full Health.
Remote Web Developer Job Description
At our company you will be working with the latest technology stack and it will be an opportunity to advance and grow your career.
Who You Are: A multi-faceted Shopify and WordPress front-end developer with a keen sense of what makes a great web experience come to life.
Senior Frontend Developer - React - Yearly Bonus+ Equity
Oscar AssociatesAustin, TX
Senior Frontend Developer - React, Next.js, TypeScript - Machine Learning Ops Company - Up to $200,000 Base Salary + Yearly Bonus, Equity, Unlimited PTO, 401k Match, and Free Healthcare Coverage.
Senior Frontend Developer / UI Architect
Oscar AssociatesSanta Clara, CA
Senior UI Architect/Frontend Engineer - Santa Clara, CA - React or Angular, Backbone, UI/UX Design, JavaScript, HTML5, CSS, TypeScript, REST API's - Equity, Unlimited PTO, 401k, Full HealthBenefitsPaid by Employer.
Senior Frontend Developer / UI Architect - Equity+ Free Medical
Oscar AssociatesSanta Clara, CA
The Senior Frontend Engineer/UI Architect will be combining the art of design with the art of programming. Oscar Associates Limited (US) is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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