Job provided by Additional Resources Ltd
Share this job on social:
About the job
Frontend Developer (Remote working) - London
£50 to £60k basic + bonus + benefits
My client is a global IT Consulting services firm who are looking to hire a Frontend Developer. They offer flexible working hours and 2 to 3 days remote working.
Do you want to take your career to the next level as part of a dynamic company that gives you a direct stake in its success? Apply today and find out how we can match your career ambitions.
We need front end developers with a keen eye for the latest technological trends and open source technologies to help us build our digital in London.
Due to the nature of the role all candidates must either hold already or be willing and eligible to hold UK Security Clearance to at least SC level.
Your future duties and responsibilities
As a front End developer with us you will undertake development activities in TDD, BDD and Scrum, or other Agile practices. You will be responsible for coding, building, testing and maintenance of software systems, and subject to experience coaching other more junior developers.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role
You'll need to have commercial Front End web application development experience ideally with experience of modern source code management approaches and software development using open source technologies. A key element for these roles, being in an agile environment working closely with our clients, will be your communication skills you need to be technically sound but also be able to convey your knowledge and expertise to clients internally and externally.
We encourage all our team to look to up skill their knowledge through both internal and external training. In terms of specific languages you should have commercial experience in some or all of the following:
Use of open-source libraries
Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.