Front End Developer / Software Engineer - React

Talent Point Ltd
18 May 2017
17 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Are you looking to take the next steps of your career? Do you want to own the re-development and re-design of the entire front end platform? Are you motivated by working with the latest technology? If so then this may be the role for you...

A hugely successful software house is looking to hire a Front end developer to join their in-house team. The company work with some of the most well-known and accomplished businesses in the world in order to provide them with a multi-channel platform to deal with their huge customer base.

They are looking to undergo an exciting project where they want to completely re-vamp their existing software in order to make it more user friendly and interactive. In order to do this they require an experienced Front End Developer to take the lead on re- developing the entire platform using React and Redux.

The company has a fantastic and highly capable full stack development team that up until now have been working on the front end, however they require someone to come on board and take ownership over the front end. This is where you would come in… you would be working closely with the full stack team in order to implement the front end throughout their platform.

The requirements for this role are:
Experience developing a product (rather than just a website)
Experience with a known JavaScript framework (React is preferable)
Very strong experience developing single-page web apps with JavaScript
Good communication skills

Please apply through the job board or call me at Talent Point for an informal, confidential discussion.

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