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Junior Mobile/UI Developer with JavaScript experience - REMOTE

Are you looking for an opportunity that will make a difference? If so then the SpinSys team is where you want to be.  We are looking for a Junior Mobile/UI Developer with JavaScript experience - REMOTE to help build applications on a top Department of Defense project.

SpinSys, recently named DC Coolest Companies 2016 Finalist, builds some of the most sophisticated cloud-based system integrations and business intelligence software in the world.  With a contemporary office environment that has won architectural and design acclaim, we work in a 25,000 square foot office space that features height adjustable sit-to-stand tables, restaurant style booths, couches, a nap pad, an amazing game room with the latest console games, an on-site gym, and a 22-foot fully-stocked kitchen bar to socialize around. And that’s just the beginning of our well rounded package of benefits. Learn more about our unique culture at


  • Participate in all phases of the system development lifecycle including creating technical designs, program code, test plans, and verifying test results. Apply reusable code design and design patterns in a test driven development environment.
  • Support development of technical design documentation based on functional design specifications and implement Mobile and UI Development.
  • Support development of Web based applications leveraging  HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, and jQuery.
  • Work as part of a team of developers (user-interface, middle tier business logic, data access) and application architects interfacing with business analysts, database developers, infrastructure architects, and quality assurance testers to ensure the successful delivery of an integrated solution meeting the needs of the business.



  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, or a similar science and engineering discipline, and a minimum of 3 years of progressive post-graduate experience.  DoD Secret clearance or higher is required on day one.  No sponsorship at this time for this role.
  • Fluent in UI Development and Mobile applications with 2+ years of experience in building those applications. 
  • 2+ years in building and maintaining JavaScript based web applications from concept to production using HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, and jQuery.
  • Proven skills in design and development of Web Services and Persistence APIs, with a minimum of 1+ years of experience in both.
  • Any experience using Java applications is a major plus.
  • Experience in writing SQL queries and apply SQL and database concepts in an environment with both MS SQL Server and Oracle databases is a plus.
  • 1+ years experience in working in an environment leveraging agile methodologies is a plus.
  • EOE/M/F/D/V.  We participate in E-Verify.
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