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13th May

Front-End Developer

— Part remote working, chance to become full-stack.

Location:
Cirencester
Type:
Salary:
£30K-£55K
  • Governments are queuing up to use the service.
  • Heavily funded, company is already going global.            
  • Work with brilliant modern tech - React Native, React, Angular, Vue, AWS.

A start-up near Cirencester who are already the leader in their new and ‘essential’ market are going to be impacting the world with their digital tools that enable and secure some major data. Their patented technology will position them with a huge offering, which brings a need for front-end developers to play a vital part in creating their exciting digital products.

What you’ll need

  • Experience with HTML, CSS and JavaScript is essential.
  • Usage of a JS framework such as React, Angular, Vue etc.
  • Any work with React Native would be a major bonus.
  • You will have worked with API’s.
  • Version control (Git).
  • Ideally some use of Grunt, npm, Jenkins.
  • AWS would be nice to have.
  • Agile experience.
  • It would be beneficial but not important to have done some work with PHP and/or mobile (Android/iOS).
  • A passion for technology and interest in self-learning

What you’ll be doing

As a front-end developer you will be working with React Native and other front-end technologies alongside back-end developers and other members of the tech team to create fresh and exciting applications with around 20 products in the pipeline. Working across a stack of applications you will craft a consistent and compelling experience for all users around the world; you will contribute to the design, planning and implementation of new application features. Whilst you work with innovative leaders you will bring ideas to the table and drive the best technologies and modern practice into the business in order to create the best engineering on offer. You will have lots of support along the way; this team will play a pivotal part of the business so you will be well backed along the way.

What you’ll get in return for your talents

As outlined above this is a crucial team to the company, so if you work hard and achieve good results you will be heavily rewarded. The salary is flexible on experience (£30K-£55K) with the need for various levels of developers. On top of the salary you will get 25 days holiday (which can increase), flexi hours and some remote working (1-3 days depending on capability), pension, on-site parking and the chance to upskill/train/attend conferences working with great tech working with great people on something huge.

What’s next?

If this sounds like your next role or you want to find out more, contact George on 0117 926 9530; george@adlib-recruitment.co.uk

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