Web Developer Full Stack Java React

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5 May 2021

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Web Developer London to £55k *Remote Interview WfH*

Web Developer / Full Stack Engineer. Are you a skilled technologist with experience across the full technology stack?

You could be joining an established FinTech solutions provider of web based trading and single-dealer platforms; this is an opportunity to progress your career and gain invaluable knowledge of financial trading systems.

As a Web Developer you will design and develop new features and enhancements on complex, large scale applications. You'll be working with a modern tech stack including Java and Kotlin on the backend and HTML5, CSS3 and React on the client side as well as React Native - you won't be expected to have experience with all of them but will be expected to have enthusiasm and the aptitude to learn as part of a small, collaborative and supportive team.

The company can offer a remote interview and onboarding process as well as the ability to work from home with a gradual return to the office in the coming months; based in central London with some continued flexibility.

  • You have web development experience with HTML and CSS
  • You have Java and / or JavaScript backend development experience
  • You have React experience for client side development
  • You have an understanding of automated test tools
  • You're collaborative, keen to learn and share knowledge

As a Web Developer / Full Stack Engineer you will earn a competitive salary (to £55k) plus benefits including pension, life cover, income protection, 24 days holiday with ability to buy more, enhanced maternity and paternity package and more.

Apply now or call 020 8016 4448 to find out about this Web Developer / Full Stack Engineer (Java JavaScript React HTML5 CSS3) opportunity.

This job was originally posted as www.cwjobs.co.uk/job/92081053

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