Client Technology-front End - Capital Federal, Buenos Aires, Argentina - EY

Sofía Rodríguez

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Sofía Rodríguez

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Fueled by strategic investment in technology and innovation, Client Technology seeks to drive growth opportunities and solve complex business problems for our clients through building a robust platform for business and powerful product engine that are integral to innovation at scale.

You will work with technologists and business specialists, blending EY's deep industry knowledge and innovative ideas with our platforms, capabilities, and technical expertise.

As a champion for change and growth, you will be at the forefront of integrating emerging technologies from AI to Data Analytics into every corner of what we do at EY.

That means more growth for you, exciting learning opportunities, career choices, and the chance to make a real impact.

The opportunity:

  • Be responsible for the JavaScript development portion of the stories for their scrum team.
  • Collaborate with team tech lead, provide suggestions and direction for JavaScript development on the team.

Your key responsibilities:

  • Handson Development Position 70% of time coding.
  • Provide Level of Effort estimates for requirements.
  • Track project tasks, provide status and ensure tasks completed on schedule.
  • Solve defects and code resolutions.
  • Contribute to a healthy and collaborative development team with a "Get it Done" work ethic.
  • A commitment to excellence, standard methodologies, and the continuous improvement of our products, code base, processes, and tools.
  • Provide support for team members on JavaScript related tasks.
  • Coordinate with backend developers to meet team and program goals.

Skills and attributes for success:

  • Strong technical competency in designing, developing, and executing solutions.
  • Solid understanding of one or more of: HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
  • Digital Accessibility Non-Functional Requirements:
  • Keyboard Access and

Visual Focus:
All content and functionality should be available through a keyboard. Keyboard focus should be visible and should follow a logical order through the page elements.

  • Page Title and Language: The page title should adequately and briefly describe the content of the page and should be different from other pages on the website. Primary language of every page and language changes should be indicated.
  • The page should have at least one heading. It should be marked up correctly as a heading and the heading hierarchy should be meaningful.
  • Images: Every image should include alt in the markup. If an image conveys information useful, then it needs alternative text. If an image is just decorative, then it should have null alt (alt="").
  • Contrast, Color, Appearance: The page should have a contrast ratio of at least 4.
5:1 for normal-size text. Color alone should not be used to convey information.

  • Resizing, Magnification, Responsiveness: Users should be able to enlarge web content. The design should be responsive.
  • Links, Buttons, Controls, Navigation,

Skip Link:
Links, buttons and controls should be recognizable and coded correctly. Clear and consistent navigation options should be provided. A skip link that allows users to skip to content should be available.

  • Forms, Labels, Errors: Forms should be keyboard accessible. Form controls should have labels. Required fields and other instructions should be clearly indicated. Error handing should be clear and simple.
  • Tables and Lists: Tables should have HTML markup that indicates header cells and data cells and defines their relationship. List elements should be used for list content.
  • Multimedia, Animation, Moving content: Captions/subtitles, transcript, and/or audio description should be provided appropriately for audio and video media. Keyboard access for media player controls, animations, carousels and other moving content should be available.
  • Structure, Meaning, Reading Order,

Global Code:
Content should be well-structured to allow efficient navigation and processing. Mark-up should be used for headings, lists, tables, etc. to better structure content. Reading order should be reflected in the code order.

  • Touch: Touch interactions should be supported. When phone is in scope, phone interactions should be support.

To qualify for the role you must have:

  • Bachelor's degree in a technical field and/or equivalent work experience.
  • 10+ years of client side JavaScript experience.
  • 3+ years of Angular experience.
  • 10+ years of HTML5 and CSS experience.
  • A firm grasp of design concepts such as Responsive Design, Progressive Enhancement, Adaptive Rendering, and Minimal Download Strategy.
  • Strong understanding on client side performance optimization techniques.
  • Experience working in Agile Development Methodologies and frameworks such as SCRUM.
  • Strong object oriented design skills and ability to articulate designs using UML diagrams.
  • Due to the nature of the effort travel may be required.
  • Selfdriven to stay abreast of current technology trends.
  • Proven ability to thrive under pressure.
**Ideally, you'll

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