Front end developer- Work with Angular!

Talent Point Ltd
14 Feb 2017
14 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Front end developer- Work with the latest tech!

An incredibly successful and profitable sports organisation are currently looking to hire a Front end developer to join their in-house team. The company are well known for encouraging and prompting sports and fitness in a variety of different ways. The organisation is growing day by day and they require an experienced front end developer to contribute to this growth.

The role would entail taking full ownership over the front end of their website and application. You would be working with HTML, CSS and Angular 1 in order to re-vamp and re-style their existing website. You will be working very closely with a highly capable development team throughout, whilst maintaining ownership over the front end. This will give you the autonomy and flexibility to work with the latest tech of your choice.

This is a fantastic opportunity if you are looking to gain core Angular skills and progress into a senior developer position. This role will more than likely progress into a lead role where you would be able to grow the front end team internally.

The requirements for this role are:
Excellent experience with HTML, CSS and JQuery
Knowledge and experience of CSS pre-processor (SASS and LESS)
Some experience of Angular 1
Good communication skills

As well as a competitive salary, this role offers substantial benefits such as a 10% bonus, pension scheme, training budget and many more.

If you feel as though you have the experience and drive to take on this role then I would love to hear from you. Please apply to this ad or alternatively contact me on:

No terminology in this advert is designed to discriminate on grounds of gender, race, colour, religion, creed, disability, age, sex or sexual orientation. Talent Point Ltd (including the trading name First Point) is a member of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) 00072652, an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate against these or any other class protected by applicable law.