Front End or Web Developer - what do you like to call yourself?
Does being involved in design UX UI get you passionate about the sites and pages you develop?
With a couple of years front end development experience under your belt after graduating you'll be looking to work more autonomously on various interesting projects.
What does this role involve?
Working for a niche software house this is a niche hybrid role with lots of variety.
Working on various projects which you will own you'll be responsible for gathering requirements and developing responsive websites.
However you'll also be responsible for design of user interfaces and user experience making improvements to the company's products.
You'll also get involved with on-going technical R&D, and developments in styles, templates and design.
What are your skills?
However you'll also have some of the following: NodeJS with Express.js libraries, Web Security, SQL, Unit testing – particularly Jasmine, Task Runner – particularly Gulp, Mongo DB, GIT (Git Hub), Typescripts, Angular 2+, User interface testing – particularly Selenium with Protractor, Data visualisation – particularly chart.js, Operational maintenance and deployment experience, AGILE development methodologies
What does this role offer?
·Salary of up to £40,000
·24 days holiday plus BH,rising to 27 on length of service
·Hours 9-6: 1 hour for lunch
·Social Events twice year - free
·Cycle to Work Scheme
·Healthcare includes 50% discount off gym next door, 50% off cycles
·Discounts on other gadgets and products
·Free mobile unlimited text and calls, 4Gb data + £30 extra in case abroad of personal calls
·New phone every 2 years
Working for a local established international business where every person is recognised and valued, not just a number.