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— Start-up that helps people
- Innovative start-up that’s helping people.
- Web, app, progressive tech, great prospects.
- Fully remote, R&D, training, supportive environment.
A rapidly growing start-up are looking for an experienced Front-End Developer, who specialises in building user-facing web applications and components in Vue & Nuxt js. Fully remote. Think it’s for you?
What skills you'll be needing
- Good commercial experience in frontend development with Vue & Nuxt.
- Experience writing unit or component or E2E tests with Cypress, Jest or Peeky.
- Knowledge of RESTful API integrations.
- Good understanding of UI/UX principles.
- Standard tools across front-end HTML, CSS, Git etc.
- Happy to work fully remote.
Bonus points if you have:
- Understanding of Laravel.
- Experience developing custom CRM’s.
- Use of Typescript.
What you'll be doing
Working closely with a Lead Developer and their CTO, you’ll be strategically planning, improving and building the front-end of their applications and services. You’ll also participate in daily development stand-up calls and play an active role in supporting the team with shared knowledge and experience, as well as taking ownership of implementing front-end best practices and processes across the company too.
What you'll get in return for your talents
If you’re looking for a chance to work on a product in a rapidly growing start-up instead of lots of projects running concurrently, then this is the one! A competitive salary of up to £60K DOE is offered, plus unlimited holiday, team events and get togethers, fully remote home working and an enhanced pension to name a few. A careful focus on your career development, coaching and training is offered too. Technical chat and a love for all things creative will take you a long way here!
Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV and as many creative front-end examples to Tareek now.
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