UI EngineerApply Now Full Job Title: UI Engineer Job Number: R1906-13207 Location: Chicago, Illinois Date Posted: 06/12/2019
Our Digital team at OneMain Financial has the nimble, collaborative, and progressive approach of a startup while being financially backed by one of the nation’s largest lenders. We offer an opportunity to work in a collaborative and inclusive environment with people who value their work and who welcome fresh ideas. If a team member has an idea about improving our tech stack, our methodologies, or anything else, we want to hear it!
You can work in our office in Downtown Chicago or from the comfort of wherever you are!
You'll work as part of an agile development team to design and implement interfaces for web applications at the leading edge of digital lending. You will build unique, lasting and scalable solutions from scratch.
Collaborate with designers, backend engineers, and product managers to design, shape and implement new user-centric UI and features for onemainfinancial.com
Write HTML, CSS, and JS to build out new and update existing features from design
Understand the needs of customers and attend to feedback through effective communication
Execute features in a well documented, robust and readable format, following existing style guidelines
Assess graphics, UI and multimedia technologies and components to meet product requirements
Collaborate with marketing to optimize our application funnel
Requirements & Basic Qualifications
Experience converting designs into HTML/CSS
Keeping up with HTML/CSS best practices
CSS frameworks like Bootstrap or Foundation
CSS preprocessors like Less or Sass
Templating languages like Haml or Slim
Experience working in the Financial Services industry
Experience with any testingtools (Jasmine, Mocha, SauceLabs, QUnit)
Full-stack proficiency (HTTP, Ruby on Rails, PostgreSQL)
OneMain Holdings, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Affirmative Action (AA) employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender perception or identify, national origin, age, marital status, protected veteran status, or disability status.