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11th Aug

Front-End Developer

— React.js, Amazing Product

Location:
Remote / Bath
Type:
Salary:
£40K-60K
  • Incredible product with substantial new client wins.
  • React, JavaScript, UI development.
  • Remote working, flexible hours, stunning new offices. 

A well-backed and exciting start-up with new offices in the Bath/Trowbridge area who create intuitive software solutions, native applications and platforms is looking for a Front-End Developer with strong React experience to help take their product forward. They're already making major movements in their market and following an extremely successful period of sustained growth they are now looking for someone to join the team in a part-onsite/part-remote capacity. They’re particularly interested in anyone available immediately, the projects are ready and they’re good to go!

Experience you'll need

  • Excellent front-end development experience, with great examples of work to show.
  • React.js experience is essential and a strong background with JavaScript generally.
  • High level of experience with UI layouts and SCSS.
  • Experience of using REST API’s.
  • Understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues and how to work around them.
  • Build/config management including Webpack and Babel.
  • GIT/SVN.
  • Practical experience of testing tools such as Jest, React Testing Library, Mocha, Chai etc.
  • Passionate about learning the right technologies for the task.

What you'll be doing

You will be joining a small team of developers and be responsible for the look and feel of the application, as well as the architectures, performance optimisation, accessibility and usability. You will work with the QA lead and other developers, using the right tools and languages to ensure a high quality of product. They need someone with a keen eye for design and UI/UX to translate wireframes and UI designs into well crafter, intuitive code that helps create an efficient, standards-compliant and accessible software product. You’ll need to perform well in a fast-paced environment, sharing your knowledge with others and solving problems across the business. This is an incredibly exciting product already being used by some very well-known customers so expect a fun and rewarding ride!

What you'll get in return for your talents

Along with a salary between £40-60K you will be entitled to flexible working hours + remote working (3-4 days), 25 days holiday, private healthcare, pension, choose your own kit, training & conference budget, company phone paid for, hacks/R&D days, team social trips, coffee, fruit, beers etc, cycle to work scheme, hot-desk space, paid for courses of your choice, 5 days off if you’re getting married, the day off if you’re moving house, and charity days. It’s a rare position with the opportunity to grow with a thriving start-up who will reward you for your efforts and if all goes to plan you can expect to be moved up into a senior role before the end of the year!

What's next?

If you’d like to apply or find out more just give Mike a shout (01179269530, mike@adlib-recruitment.co.uk).

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