Marketing Front End Developer

Abnormal SecuritySan Francisco, CA

10 months ago


Job Title

Marketing Operations Website Developer

Job Location


Job Overview

As a part of the Marketing Operations team, you will be responsible for maintaining and updating the Abnormal marketing-facing websites. You will work closely with our Creative team to implement new designs, as well as with our Content Marketing team to make both front end and CMS updates.


  • Compensation targeted to the 75th percentile (for both base salary and equity)
  • Equity is an important part of our total comp strategy
  • Unlimited PTO
  • 100% of healthcare premium costs covered
  • Remote-first


  • Develop efficient front end components and pages based on designs from Creative
  • Optimize/test site components for consistent usability across all major browsers and viewports
  • Maintain brand standards throughout website and related products
  • Add/update content, create new pages, and optimize existing content as needed
  • Make CMS schema updates as needed to add new sections or functionality


  • 2+ years experience working in a fast-paced agile development environment (experience in marketing or agency work is preferred)
  • Expert in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Experience utilizing frameworks such as React, NextJS, GraphQL and Tailwind
  • Experience in implementing designs from platforms such as Figma, Sketch, Photoshop, etc.
  • Experience in SEO and mobile optimized development
  • Experience in working within headless CMS platforms, preferably using GraphQL

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