UI Software Engineer

Job Locations US-AL-Huntsville
Category
Engineering
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Company
Synapse

Overview

At Synapse, we strive to design and deliver innovative and creative Industrial IoT solutions that solve our customers’ problems, increase sustainability, and bring transcendent value to their operations. We value innovation as a fundamental component of our product development. We expect best practices for peer review, continuous integration, automated testing, and other continuous improvement techniques. Quarterly hackathons and ongoing 10% projects are some of the ways we encourage innovation and collaboration.

 

As a member of an Agile Scrum team, a UI Software Engineer is responsible for quickly developing high-quality, web-based, user interfaces for Synapse IoT products and applications. A successful candidate has demonstrated experience with elegant UI design and performant UI implementation, has a passion for automation (you don't like doing the same thing twice), likes to experiment with new technology, and enjoys tinkering outside of work. If working with the latest technologies in an innovative, energizing, and collaborative environment surrounded by smart people sounds like fun, then we want to hear from you

Responsibilities

  • Ensure Synapse products meet customers’ expectations for function and performance
  • Participate as a full-time team member on an Agile Scrum team
  • Regular pair programming with senior UI developers on the team
  • Develop features for Synapse’s IoT products, using market problems and customer feedback to define a simple and intuitive user experience
  • Estimate, prioritize, plan, and coordinate development and testing activities, in collaboration with team
  • Develop automated regression tests in a continuous integration environment
  • Work with Customer Support to reproduce & resolve customer issues
  • Work with Technical Publications to create appropriate user documentation

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