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Expert JavaScript / React Developers needed - Leading Fintech building out Brand New Digital Banking

Stanford Black
Closing date
24 Sep 2021

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Technology & New Media
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A cutting-edge FinTech firmis looking for the topJavaScript Engineersin the city to build out a core engineering group for their highly distributed e-Commerce platform that has revolutionized the digital banking space, in a React (Opensource), AWS space, all in a super Agiletest-drivenenvironment.

My clientadopts atech-first approach, using the latest JavaScriptand open sourcetechnologies for this project of work. As a core member of their flagshipproject, you will be working with the most passionate pool of engineers, within one of the most culture-driven firms infinance. This is an opportunity to be part of a massive strategic initiative that will underpin one of their most revenue-generatingstreams.

  • Strong background (5+ years) in the following technologies: JavaScript, React, React Native, Node.js
  • Passion and appetite for their advancement of technology to be at the core of strategic business initiatives.
  • Interested in cloud/AWS and opensource tech: Docker, Kubernetes, Terraform.
  • Drives Agile and best practices, and values clean and extremely well-tested code.

  • Market Leadingcompensationfor both permanent and contract
  • Strong appreciationwork-life balance, with a massive emphasis on culture-driven values.
  • Flexible working - working from home.
  • The opportunity to work for a world-class FinTech firm with the highest echelon of Software Developers.

If this role isn't right for you, but you know of someone who might be interested, we have a market-leading referral scheme in place to thank anyone who refers a friend who is successfully placed! T&Cs apply.
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