In this post, we break down how hiring managers and recruiters can write successful front-end developer job descriptions. Full Scale is one of the fastest-growing software companies in the Philippines. We have access to the wider talent pool that continuously thrives in the country.
If someone wanted to build a website, they might hire a front-end developer to create the site’s layout. The front-end developer determines where to place images, what the navigation should look like, and how to present the site. Much of their work involves ensuring the appearance and layout of the site or application is easy to navigate and intuitive for the user.
Day-to-day, front-end developers turn visual designs into functional interfaces while keeping a clean codebase that’s easy to understand. The job descriptions for front-end roles can vary widely, depending on the responsibilities, compensation, and seniority of the position. That said, there are commonalities between descriptions you can take advantage of. Here’s an example of a job description for a mid-level front-end development role. Communicating the opportunity of the role at hand – along with the employer brand, value proposition, and company culture – is essential to crafting a successful job description.
Front End Design
Writing a good job description and a corresponding job ad requires proper separation of concerns. As the Lead Frontend Engineer at [Redacted], you will lead a team of engineers to ship delightful experiences to every customer and potential customer to visit [Redacted]’s site. We expect that you will be both mentor and team leader for your engineers. This means that you will help with technical decisions, coach the engineers reporting to you, and partner with stakeholders cross-functionally – and you will definitely be writing code.