Website Developer Jobs in Dubai UAE 2023 | Jetex

  • Full Time
  • Dubai UAE
  • 7500 AED / Month


Website Developer Jobs in Dubai UAE 2023 | Jetex

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In the role, you will work with closely with the website support agency and the digital team to create and optimise the current performance of the website in terms of UI, UX and improve the overall quality of the website together with the other key responsibilities.

Job Responsibilities
  • Creates solutions for identified problems or bugs by working closely with the website support agency.
  • Works closely with graphic design team on digital retouching and image editing.
  • Create wireframes, user flows, process flows and site maps to communicate web design ideas with digital team and website support agency.
  • Assist website support agency in validating testing schedules that address all browsers and devices, ensuring optimal website speed and responsiveness on all devices and screens.
  • Ensure optimal tracking methodology on the website including Google analytics, Google Tag Manager, pixels installation, google analytics and others as relevant. Ensure on-site SEO is optimised for the website.
Job Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in web design, multimedia design, or related field.
  • Minimum of [2-3] years’ experience as a web developer/designer.
  • Proficiency with content management systems, including WordPress and others.
  • Good knowledge of web applications, programming languages, and web services — including CSS, HTML, JavaScript and others.
  • Understands UI, cross-browser compatibility, and general web functions and standards.
  • Maintains a professional understanding of web development by tracking trends and industry news.

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