Full Stack Voice Developer
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Skilled Creative is looking for an experiences VOICE Developer to join our team. Skilled Creative is building best in class Voice Applications for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. Responsibilities will include translation of the UX flowcharts, UI wireframes and any other creative direction, to code. You will work with the UI/UX designer and bridge the gap between graphical design and technical implementation, taking an active role on both sides and defining how the application looks as well as how it works. This is a full-stack role and therefore you will be responsible for the development of the front-end web application, and the supporting backend infrastructure. Experience with advanced voice features is required for the role.
- Develop new user-facing features
- Design overall architecture of web applications
- Build reusable and clean code
- Ensure the technical feasibility of UI/UX designs
- Optimize application for maximum speed and scalability
- Collaborate with other team members and stakeholders
Skills & Qualifications
- Proficient with web backend programming
- Experience configuring and maintaining serverless web backends with Amazon Web Services
- Experience working with APIs and web services
- Experience working with graphic designers and converting designs to visual elements.
- Understanding and implementation of security and data protection.
- Proficient using git for project version control
- Experience creating responsive designs for Web, mobile and other form factors
- Basic knowledge of voice assistant full-stack development
- Experience working with Jovo is required for this role
- Experience working on highly interactive and gamified webapps
- Experience working with Google Assistant Interactive Canvas is a plus, but not required
- Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field
- Strong knowledge of data structures, system design, and algorithms
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