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Front-End Engineer (React)
— Brand-new team
- Lots of autonomy, choose your own tech stack!
- Remote working, flexible benefits & minimum 12% bonus.
- Constant growth & progression, loads of events/conferences.
A progressive, technology-first business in Bristol are looking for a Front-End Engineer as they go through a rapid period of growth due to continued success and recent acquisitions. With 5 UK offices and a £700m+ annual turnover, the business values autonomy in their technology division and were voted as one of the top 20 companies to work for in the Sunday Times.
What skills you'll need
- Proven knowledge of at least one of the following JS libraries: React, React Native & TypeScript.
- Configuration management, automation & containerisation (Docker & Kubernetes) knowledge. The "DevOps" culture of working.
- Understanding of cloud, preferably with AWS or Google Cloud.
- Awareness of working in a “customer-focused” environment.
- Self-starting, ability to work autonomously whilst being adaptable to change. Any experience in leading a team or offering technical leadership would be advantageous.
- Extensive knowledge of operating in a highly Agile environment is essential.
What you'll be doing
The team you’re joining is moving towards more of a customer focus, so the aim for this role is to provide expert front-end engineering capability to supplement the back-end leaning team around you. There are a multitude of projects to involve yourself in so adaptability is key, you’ll offer a passion for UI/UX and confidence to be able to have complex technical discussions with the rest of the team, offering direction to more junior peers and acting as a technical lead if needed. No day is the same, there’s plenty of variety and the business are constantly looking to integrate emerging technology into their wider stack.
What you'll get in return for your talents
They offer a range of benefits including flexible/remote working, 26 days holiday, plenty of social events and meet-ups, an annual training budget, free breakfast, fruit & drinks, an average annual bonus of 15%, a 4% flexible benefit scheme (including phones, laptops, TVs and bikes) and a great pension. Importantly the working environment they have created is second to none. The offices themselves are fantastic and you'll also be working with some great people who value the company and what they believe in. This company has already achieved a lot and is continuing to achieve some amazing things.
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