MediaMonks Buenos Aires is looking for an English + Spanish-speaking wwwonder worker to put wicked websites and web apps together on the frontend of digital production.
About the Role
In this Palermo-based position, you’ll be joining a team of 60 Monks that works alongside our international offices to craft award-
winning work for the world’s leading agencies and their brands.
As a Frontend Monk, you focus on HTML and CSS and are responsible for putting projects together based on kickass design templates.
You’ll piece together innovative interfaces and other interactive elements you occasionally need to build from scratch.
Your work covers a near-infinite range of sites and applications that engage with all elements of HTML, CSS, and JS.
If you are eager to push the boundaries of what is possible with these languages, you should join us at the vanguard of digital.
As part of MediaMonks, you’re part of the most awesome creative production company on the planet, operating as one office in ten locations’ with an incredible in-
house team of 600 Monks worldwide.
Join MediaMonks at the Front End of Frontend Development
Working at MediaMonks BA is arguably the most awesome thing to do in Buenos Aires right now. You’ll be joining a highly ambitious company on a global mission to become the best (and most humble ;
production partner in any field and market. In addition to award-winning projects, we bring you A-OK coffee and sublime after-hours events.
Please be attentive to the requirements for this role and accompany your application with a short cover letter detailing why you’re the right Monk for the job.
You’re up with the latest standards in HTML and CSS, as well as JS in case of fire.
You have experience with integrating animations and responsive web development.
The same is true for other languages you may have mastered such as CSS Modules, Sass / SCSS, and PostCSS.
Your code is awesome, maintainable and reusable and works across browsers.
You can develop high-end websites and single-page applications (SPAs) without the need for jQuery.
Functional and object-oriented programming (OOP) don’t scare you; neither does working according to strict coding standards and other technical requirements.
Crucially, you know how to turn all of your competencies into lucid code that both your coworkers and web browsers can understand.
Ideally, you know your way around various libraries and languages (for example ES6, ES7, React, AngularJS, Vue.js, TypeScript, GSAP and RequireJS) let us know what you know.
Last but not least, you’re a proficient English communicator; able to provide clear updates on the development of projects and know how to describe problems and required actions to Monks in other offices.