Apple Media Products Engineering, UI Engineer New York
New York City, New York, United States
Software and Services
- 5+ years of experience working in UI and front-end web engineering
- 3+ years experience with React and Redux
- 1+ years experience with TypeScript
- Understanding of design/UX principles and ability to participate in design discussions.
- Experience with JSON & REST architecture
- Implement grid system for responsiveness
- Experience using Webpack, Grunt, NPM (Node.js)
- Experience working within an organizational code base in multiple environments across numerous ongoing release cycles
- Experience integrating front-end web/UI interface with back end application server technologies
- Strong communication, organization, and leadership skills required
App Store Agreements and Financial Reports is looking for a UI Engineer that is responsible for implementing and maintaining online tools that are both internal and public facing. Candidates must be able to build web pages from design comps to pixel perfect pages. You will work across multiple teams including design, operations, QA, editorial, marketing, business and software engineering to build tools that meet Apple’s standard for visual perfection. We are looking for an experienced software engineer to join our team dedicated to system evolution across DSCE. As with any software that has lasted more than 15 years, there are always opportunities to leverage new technology to improve performance, use fewer resources, simplify operations, and more. This is a high-leverage, high-impact role that will expose you to all the systems Apple uses to process digital content for delivery to well over a billion people worldwide!
Education & Experience
BSCS or equivalent work experience
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