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eCommerce Web Developer, Tommy Bahama

Who: Tommy Bahama
Position: eCommerce Web Developer
Where: Seattle
This position provides development and operational support for Tommy Bahamas’ eCommerce website and related applications.


• Develop HTML prototypes from creative designs. Work with programmers to implement.

• Manage and deploy static content such as terms of use, press releases, store info, etc.

• Maintain consistent formatting across website including text, images, etc.

• Implement form and data validation rules and validation.

• Develop and maintain integration to third party applications such as Scene7, Google Maps, OpenTable, SEM partners, email.

• Develop and maintain website analytic and search engine optimization tags.

• Ensure consistent website behavior across all supported browsers/platforms.

• Implement time sensitive website changes such as events and promotions.

• Work with non-technical team members to identify and resolve website issues, gather requirements, and propose technical solutions.

• Troubleshoot website usability and performance issues, bugs.

• Work closely with creative design group to develop, implement, and test website pages, scripts, and interactive pieces.

• Stay abreast of and leverage latest website technologies and tools.


• Bachelor’s degree in IT or related field

• 3-5 years web development and maintenance experience

• Required Skills: HTML, CSS, Javascript/AJAX, XML

• Additional Preferred Skills: XSL, PHP, Flash, SQL, Perl, Photoshop

• Experience designing, developing, testing, and maintaining an eCommerce website.

• Ability to work effectively with outside vendors and internal business units.

• Ability to take on and own new tasks and responsibilities as needed.

• Working knowledge of databases a plus.

• Working knowledge of Content Management Systems (CMS) a plus.

Contact: For consideration, please apply online http://www.tommybahama.apply2jobs.com.

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