• Sr. UI/UX Developer

    Job Locations US-DC
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Information Technology
    Work Authorization
    US Citizens, preferred
  • Overview

    VariQ is seeking a Sr. UI/UX Developer for a long-term contract with a Federal client in Washington, DC.  The candidate will be part of a large DevOps team working on modernizing an enterprise-scale system with national security significance.  The Sr. UI/UX Developer will actively collaborate with government Product Owners, Enterprise Architects, external vendor teams, and internal VariQ team members to create high-performance, user-centric, cloud-native solutions based on stakeholder needs.    


    Additional Information:

    • Location: The place of performance will be at the Government-provided work site at 20 Massachusetts Ave, NW Washington, D.C. Up to 50% of teams may be located off-site at a contractor-provided facility
    • Salary: Dependent upon experience
    • Security Clearance: Must be able to obtain a DHS/USCIS EOD Public Trust Clearance
    • Available: upon award, currently in proposal stage


    Required Skills:

    • A Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in the STEM field and 15+ years of relevant progressive experience.
    • 7+ yrs of experience building large client-facing web applications using user-centric design techniques.
    • Experience with the U.S. Wed Design System (https://standards.usa.gov/) is highly desired
    • Expert knowledge UX and 508 Compliance.
    • Experience with graphic design tools.
    • Penchant for working in fast-paced, collaborative environments with a strong affinity for innovation.
    • Strong Agile/Scrum fundamentals and experience
    • Attention to detail and an eye for design and aesthetics.
    • Must be able to obtain a DHS/USCIS EOD Suitability Clearance.

    Tech Stack - Required:

    Adobe Creative Suite, Balsamiq (or equivalent), HTML 5, CSS

    Tech Stack - Desired:

    Jira, Confluence, JavaScript, AngularJS




    VariQ is an equal opportunity employer.


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