The Front End developer (ReactJS) is accountable for develop and maintain the front end for the toolset that allows the localization process to deliver videogames in up to 20 languages. She/he will be a strong and knowledgeable JS developer that can tackle design and programming problems.
>1 year of professional experience working with ReactJS
Previous experience working with Web tooling (NodeJS/NPM/Webpack…) is a plus
Experience using layout frameworks as Bootstrap or Semantic UI.
Strong ability to write clean code and reusable components.
Strong debugging skills and fluent in reading code.
Fluent in English (written and spoken).
Understanding of Content Management Systems.
Strong teamwork spirit.
Previous experience in Agile environments is a big plus (Scrum, XP)
As a Front End developer (ReactJS), your primary focus will be to work closely with engineers and the Product Owner to implement the front end for the web components developed using HTML/CSS/JS and ensure the best quality and design.
You will also spend time understanding the organization’s technology and make the best use of it to deliver the toolset and infrastructure used to localize the game as well as extending and improving its functionality with reusability in mind.
Since we realize it takes world-class people to make world-class games, we offer competitive compensation packages and a culture that thrives off of creativity and passion. You will also get a benefit package that includes medical and life insurance, pension plan, meal vouchers, stocks programs, fitness reimbursement, flex benefit program…and of course, free video games.
At EA, we live the “work hard/play hard” credo every day.
EA is an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions are made without regard to race, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, marital status, family status, or any other characteristic protected by law. EA also makes workplace accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities as required by applicable law.