Oomph · Oct 9th 2020
Headquarters: Providence, RI URL:
Oomph’s UX Engineer is a key member of the company’s Engineering team with responsibility for creating rich experiences that are accessible and provide a consistent experience across devices and browsers. UX Engineers will build and support projects leveraging technologies such as Drupal CMS, Gatsby, React, and Vue. The UX Engineer reports directly to the company’s Director of Engineering.
As a UX Engineer, you will be working closely with a dedicated team to deliver complex projects with varying technologies and will leverage your experience with popular CMS platforms or Gatsby/React/Vue/Angular for sites and applications in decoupled architectures. Our team is nimble and strives to provide our clients with the best possible options for their needs.
Oomph, Inc. is a leading digital agency specializing in strategy, design and UX, and enterprise web development. Headquartered in Rhode Island, our remote team delivers world-class services to ambitious organizations across the United States. We are defined by our unique collaborative approach and our reputation for fostering strong, lasting relationships.
We are proud to partner with our clients to translate their boldest visions into distinct digital experiences optimized for continuous results. Since 2008, Oomph’s team of engineers, strategists, and designers have brought extensive technical knowledge and a maker’s mindset to every engagement. We have tremendous energy for what we do; and it results in combining sophisticated strategy, smart design, and flawless implementation to propel organizations forward.
We are driven. We are smart. We are personal.
In addition to competitive salaries, Oomph team members enjoy these benefits:
Oomph is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.