UI Engineer II

Less than 5 years experience  •  Automotive.

Salary depends on experience
Posted on 03/21/18
Atlanta, GA
Less than 5 years experience
Salary depends on experience
Posted on 03/21/18


The User Interface Engineer is responsible for planning, designing, and producing websites and other screen based digital media solutions.  The User Interface Engineer also plays a role in providing advice and guidance, and monitoring emerging trends.

Key Responsibilities: 


Agile Planning

·Works with Product Management to understand the challenges that end users face and partner with customers to design viable front-end solutions.

     ·Provides input into story sizing, backlog grooming, and release planning for front-end solutions.

Product Development

·Designs, creates, develops, and maintains dynamic user interface templates for multiple applications, complete with page-level unit testing 

·Architects and implements front-end frameworks to increase development speed-to-market.

·Develops dynamic web pages for high-volume, multi-tier, architecture-based applications.

      ·   Performs trouble-shooting efforts and investigations when necessary.

Application Support

     ·    Provides ongoing support, monitoring, and maintenance of deployed products.

Advice and Guidance

·    Actively works with less experienced user interface engineers providing technical guidance and oversight.

Emerging Technology Monitoring

·    Actively participates in the engineering community, staying up to date on new web development technologies and best practices and shares insights with others in the organization.



  • Working experience in design, development, and implementation of highly scalable, high-volume software systems and components, client-facing web applications, and major Internet-oriented applications and systems
  • Working experience realizing applications from conception and design, to implementation and support
  • Working experience in coding within front-end technology stacks (e.g. HTML/XHTML/DHTML, CSS, JavaScript)
  • Working experience designing and developing Content Management Systems
  • Working experience with user interface design patterns and visual design elements
  • Working experience with application lifecycle methodologies (e.g. agile, iterative)
  • Working experience in analysis, design and programming
  • Working experience with appropriate database technology 

Preferred Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field or equivalent combination of industry related professional experience and education
  • Scrum Developer Certification or equivalent
  • 2 - 5 years of working experience


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