Job Description :
any visa/tax term

PHP Front End Developer

Location: Santa Clara CA

Duration: 3 + months CTH

Internal tool based in PHP

Internal supply chain team making changes on how the acquire books. This UI
will help them on how to automate this
Built consumer facing applications
Work with business folks and come up with best user experience. UI/UX
Familiar with AWS would be nice to have help with production deployment
Middle tier PHP talk to APIs and to front end
Backend is a bonus (java/database)
Technology: JavaScript/PHP


This role has a tremendous influence on how software is constructed at
client as well as how the wonderful services will be experienced by our
students. The correct engineer will thrive in this environment
influencing the way students are able to explore the content that will
shape the outcome of their educational experience.
A Senior Front-End Engineer at client is someone that makes an immediate
impact on our 65 million student customers. This is a rare opportunity to
join Learning Services Engineering team and help millions of students with
your knowledge and expertise. You will be closely working with Data
Scientists, Design, and Product team. Chegg is looking for an engineer who
is passionate about web technologies.
Implementing, driving and owning highly scalable and cross-browser
compatible pages & front-end projects.
Engaging with cross teams and driving future strategy with your experience
and expertise.
Writing clean and modular PHP, JavaScript, HTML and CSS code.
Continuously taking initiative in performance optimizations.
Minimum Requirements:
Thorough understanding of vanilla JS and Web in general. Experience writing
modular & unit testable JS code.
The Clear understanding of cross-browser compatibility and accessibility.
In-depth knowledge and experience in CSS3/HTML5/Ajax technologies.
Strong experience in scripting languages like PHP.
Understanding and working experience of AWS EC2/ECS.
Self-motivated, highly responsible and passionate about the best possible
experience for millions of students.