Senior JavaScript Developer

Job Description

Senior Front End Developer – £70,000

JavaScript, AngularJS, HTML5, NodeJS, Typescript, CSS3

London

A leading Digital Retail organisation based in Central London are looking to bolster their Engineering team with the addition of a talented Senior Front End Developer. This highly innovative business have gone through a number of successful rounds of investment and won numerous awards – placing them as one of the leaders in their field and are now looking for a Senior Front End Developer to help scale their exciting business!

This Senior Front End Developer will be responsible for the below:

  • Implementing the design and development of new features and applications
  • Functional and Unit testing
  • Working alongside a first-class team of Front and Back End Developers
  • Assessing functional specifications and other deliverables
  • Owning modules
  • Sprint Planning and Code Reviews

The successful Senior Front End Developer will have the following skills/experience:

  • Strong commercial experience working with AngularJS and Typescript
  • Strong commercial experience of JavaScript and responsive web development (+ web technologies)
  • Extensive knowledge of HTML5 and CSS3
  • Good knowledge of NodeJS
  • Good understanding of GIT
  • Genuine interest in using the latest technologies in Web Development but an appreciation of using the right tool for the job!

Package available for the successful Senior Front End Developer:

  • Competitive salary package (dependent on interview performance)
  • 20 days holiday (including bank holidays)
  • Pension Scheme
  • Life Assurance (4x salary)
  • Plus a range of others!

Senior Front End Developer – £70,000

JavaScript, AngularJS, HTML5, NodeJS, Typescript, CSS3

London

 

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