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(FRESHERS / EXPERIENCED) 'THOMSON REUTERS' : Openings for Trainee Web Developers @ Bangalore

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Thomson Reuters (www.thomsonreuters.com)




(Freshers / Experienced) Trainee Web Developers @ Bangalore (Karnataka)


Note: This is NOT a direct Walk-In. You need to apply only at given URL and only shortlisted candidates may be called by the company for test/interview.


Title: Trainee Web Developer


ID: JREQ013673


Job Description: Project Summary and Position Overview:

- FindLaw is the legal industry's most effective provider of client development services. FindLaw provides law firms with Web sites to generate lucrative new business through the web and uses technology to systematically build stronger, more profitable relationships with existing clients. Attorneys can also be prominently listed on our web portal, FindLaw.com, the world's most-visited legal information site (www.findlaw.com). FindLaw has an immediate opening for the position of Trainee Web Developer. This position is responsible for a range of web development and design functions, including coding in HTML and CSS, modifying and creating graphics using Adobe Photoshop, and optimizing websites for performance and cross-browser compatibility.


Essential Day-to-Day Responsibilities :

- Develop websites to match exactly with the design files provided by the Designers.

- Write and utilize HTML and CSS in the development and ongoing support of websites.

- Graphics: Update, modify and correct graphical design elements on websites; correct or recreate Photoshop files that are incomplete, missing elements, outdated or missing; handle any other graphical requests.

- Content: Interpret content and design layout tickets to update or correct content and/or formatting on customer websites; move textual content from old sites to new sites; correct HTML as necessary.

- Navigation/Links: Ensure web links are accurate; update or correct navigational images.

- Integrate websites and other products into proprietary Thomson Reuters applications.

- Work Cross-functionally with designers, content writers, project managers, and other contributors to ensure sites are released on-time with a high level of customer satisfaction. Follow-up to resolve any issues with site/product.

- Test to ensure that minimal errors are found in production and code web sites to optimize the layout of materials, site performance and compatibility with various browsers.

- Hold final accountability for quality of HTML and CSS coding on the site in compliance with WCAG standards.

- Adhere to documented processes and best practices.



- Bachelors degree - Preferably on Computer Science / Information Technology

- Certification on Web Development


Required Skills:

- Knowledge in HTML5, CSS3/SASS/LESS, JavaScript and Jquery.

- Good understanding of web standards, CSS-based design, cross-browser compatibility.

- Advanced Photoshop slicing and image optimization.

- Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Dreamweaver and Sublime Text.

- Ability to hand-code standards-based HTML5, CSS3/SASS/LESS and Jquery for cross-browser compatibility.

- Excellent verbal and written communication, time management, collaboration and problem solving skills.

- Knowledge and expertise about emerging web technologies such as Responsive Web Development(RWD), CSS Frameworks and JQueryAt Thomson Reuters, we believe what we do matters.

- We are passionate about our work, inspired by the impact it has on our business and our customers.




How to Apply for this Job ?




Note: This is NOT a direct Walk-In. You need to apply only at given URL and Only shortlisted candidates may be called by the company for test/interview. Apply before the link is expired/removed.



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