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1st Dec

Front-End/React Developer

— FinTech (for Good)

Location:
Remote or Bristol
Type:
Salary:
£40K-£52K
  • Multi award-winning FinTech for good.
  • Front-End/React. Learn Node, GraphQL and more.
  • Fully remote (now and forever) or work from Bristol office.

A multi award-winning fin-tech business that are using their product to help people look after their money better in Bristol is looking to hire a number of developers. The product was first launched in the early 2010’s and is now grown onto V2 and continues to expand, you will play a key part in maintaining the platform and adding new features.

What experience you’ll need

  • Solid front-end stack skills, writing accessible and semantic markup, logical and extensible CSS and clear and performant JavaScript with React.
  • Knowledge or experience of Redux, GraphQL and Node.js would be beneficial.
  • Enjoy researching and learning new programming tools and techniques and telling others about them.
  • Communicate with accuracy and effectiveness and take a systematic approach to solving problems.
  • Have experience of using testing to validate solutions.
  • Understand agile environments and version control.
  • Are aware of technologies used for web applications, e.g. databases, backups, CDNs and search, Linux and/or Mac OS.
  • Familiar with working practices such as TDD, continuous integration, continuous delivery and DevOps (and want to learn more).
  • Understanding of web security and performance.
  • A passion for technology and emerging trends.
  • Team player, even when remote.

What you’ll be doing

In this role you can expect to grow and gain a huge amount of experience in JavaScript, React, CSS, Node.js, Microservices and more. You’ll thrive using agile methods and enjoy working openly, collaboratively and as part of a multidisciplinary team focused on one or more projects, doing things the right way and producing high quality code (via peer code reviews etc). Other duties will include providing security, performance and scalability as well as assisting with building automated tests as part of their continuous integration and deployment environment.  Within the team you will design and build services using web technologies, improve processes through automation and optimisation, share knowledge of tools and techniques applying your broad knowledge of technologies ensuring security. Your key contributions to the platform will support consumers with their financial issues and money worries, bringing new ideas and ways of innovating the process.

What you’ll get in return for your talents

They’ll look to offer £40-£52K with a generous pension (10% contribution), extended family leave/parental, life insurance, private health, volunteering initiatives, own personal development budget, 25 days holiday a year (and ability to buy more) and your own choice of kit.  This is a great chance to work with a progressive and supportive tech specialist who look after the career development and training of their employees.  You’ll also be able to say that your contribution will be helping people and providing a tangible social and economic benefit.

What’s next?

If you’d like to find out more about this role or apply please get in touch with Mike (01179269530; mike@adlib-recruitment.co.uk). 

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