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2nd Oct

Front End Developer

— Agile & Progressive Creative Environment

Location:
Bristol
Type:
Salary:
£40-£55K dep on exp + fantastic benefits
  • Cutting edge, truly innovative project work.
  • Angular, Typescript focused, with a great opportunity to gain exposure across multiple tech stacks.
  • High-level creative solutions for projects with household brands.

A renowned digital technology consultancy in Bristol are looking for a number of Front-End Engineers to join an absolutely outstanding team. With unparalleled growth plans and a substantial progression pathway, this opportunity will offer a great opportunity to cross-train in a range of new and emerging technologies.

What skills you’ll need

  • Substantial portfolio of commercial front-end development examples/links to well-designed live sites and applications.
  • Clear understanding of HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript ES6 and the JavaScript Event Loop.
  • Knowledge of Angular(v4-6), Typescript.
  • Understanding RESTful web services and design patterns.
  • Proven capability and knowledge of float, inline-block, flex or CSS grid.
  • Working experience of git.
  • Visual and user design focused.
  • Interested in innovation and a continuous passion for new solutions.

If you’re well-versed with some of the above, but feel like you’d have a lot to learn, please still get in touch. The business is considering applicants with different backgrounds and technology experience; training and development is at the heart of their approach to expansion.

What you’ll be doing

Joining a team poised for rapid growth, you’ll assume ownership of the build and delivery of a pioneering projects used by millions across the country. You will be working in cross functional teams together with strategists, UI designers, visual designers, full-stack and back-end developers translating great concept & design into code to create quick-loading and accessible UX.  They will be looking to you for good practice development and high coding standards within your work. You will take part in planning sessions, retrospectives and reviews and support junior developers when needed.  This is a fantastic opportunity to work on projects for a business with significant backing and resources. A business where you can feel empowered and valued, as you progress your career.

What you’ll get in return for your talents

An incredible opportunity to work for a certified ‘Best Employer’, offering a competitive salary with outstanding long term progression, training and development. A formidable benefits package, 25 days hols, bonus, healthy pension and a flexible benefits scheme. This is a fantastic chance to be a integral part of a cutting edge technology team, in offices designed for regular tech meetups, presentations and drive innovation.

What’s next?

To hear more about this great opportunity, reach out to Rich or send in your CV.

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