Open LMS are looking for 2 talented Front End Developers to join our team based in Colombia.
Open LMS is a Moodle-based Learning Management System that helps educators improve the learning experience and outcomes of millions of learners across the globe. In partnership with our community of educators, we continually innovate to better enable educators, parents, and learners of all types to teach, learn, connect, and communicate whenever they want and wherever they are. Most importantly, we help every student achieve their full potential through access to lifelong learning.
We also offer a full portfolio of education technologies including exclusive reseller relationships for web conferencing, accessibility improvement, and innovative content offerings from both Blackboard and Learning Technologies Group.
● Working within our team and improving the UI/UX of OpenLMS components.
● Implement the UI/UX for major new features based on UX prototypes
developed by our internal design team
● Collaborating with your team members, other teams
● writing automated tests
Desirable: Experience working with Moodle
Strong frontend development skills, with knowledge of:
○ ES6, RequireJS
○ CSS extension languages & Bootstrap
● Knowledge of
○ PHP, SQL, HTML, Ajax, NodeJS
○ Developing performant and accessible user interfaces
● Experience working in a large-scale development environment
● Ability to organise your own workload in order to meet deadlines.
● Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal).
● Fluency in English
This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required. Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities at any time.
Open LMS is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, or any other protected factor.