Development Director II
Madrid, CDM ES
EA SPORTS is one of the leading sports entertainment brands in the world, with top-selling videogame franchises, award-winning innovation, fan programs, and cross-platform digital experiences dedicated to growing the love of sports. EA SPORTS creates authentic, immersive, and fun experiences that invite a diverse audience of players to create, connect, compete, and self-express through industry-leading sports videogames and live services, including FIFA, Madden NFL, NHL, NBA LIVE, and EA SPORTS UFC. For more information about EA SPORTS, including news, video, blogs, forums, and game apps, please visit www.easports.com.
Want to be part of the team?
We're looking for a Front-End Developer to join our LOC Engineering Team. This team manages the development of all applications and toolsets that allow the localization process to deliver video games in up to 20 languages.
What are you going to do as a Front-End developer (ReactJS) here at EA:
Your primary focus will be code quality, extensibility, and testability. You will be working with engineers and product owners to develop our React-based web applications.
You will also spend time understanding our technology and make the best use of it to provide the toolset and infrastructure used to localize the game and extending and improving its functionality with reusability in mind.
You will be a part of the Loc Engineering Frontend Team and you will report to the technical leader of it.
The next great Front-End developer also needs:
• Experience with version control systems (Git)
• Experience with ReactJS (or similar)
• Experience with unit testing
• Passion to write clean code and reusable components
• Experience in Agile environments is a big plus (Scrum, XP)
• Fluent in English (written and spoken)
• Teamwork spirit
• Passion for solving complex and interesting problems
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