CGI Federal recently won a large project with our government client that will have a big effect on how they interact with their audience. In this project, we plan on building a team of developers that will work on public facing websites. We are front and center on the latest and greatest tech and through this work the incumbent will be developing with Angular 6 and 7.
The goal for this individual will be to grow and develop their skills and become a strong asset to the company and the project along with seeing their work serve thousands of individuals across the country.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
* Develop new user interfaces using HTML, CSS, Angular as determined by Program requirements.
* Provide written design documents, test plans, and test results following the client's established SDLC).
* Participate in problem analysis and system design sessions as part of an Agile development team.
* Provide programming, testing, implementation, and maintenance
* Work on a large team to build Public facing web sites that will change the way our client reaches interacts with it's audience.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
* Bachelor's Degree Computer Science, Information Technology or related field or equivalent
* 1-5+ years of work experience developing web-based applications, and in designing and developing web pages and web-based products
* Must have knowledge of accessibility principles and guidelines such as Section 508 and/or WCAG 2.0
* Angular 2
* Development (Fed)
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