Front End Developer – Digital Agency – HTML, CSS, Sass, JavScript

About the Position

Software Development
£35,000 - 45,000

Job Role

This role is with their production department that consists of developers, designers and testers and your role will focus on developing the front end code to bring their client websites and applications to life. Every project is likely to have different requirements and the product delivered will need to be visually appealing, highly functional, mobile responsive and user friendly as these are high profile organisations expecting the best from their technology partner.

They offer a fantastic working culture that prides itself on learning, development and innovation and this really is a business that is driven by the people within it.

Requirements & Experience

Technically they are looking for someone who takes great pride in producing the exceptional web based experiences with high levels of competency in HTML, CSS, Sass and JavaScript, ideally with experience of some newer frameworks like Bootstrap, Vue.js and React. Previous experience of building unique WordPress themes or experience with WooCommerce or Shopify would be advantageous to your application.

The overall technical environment uses PHP, Laravel, MySQL / MongoDB, a variety of CMS systems and Vue.JS as their front end framework. They also adopt Agile / Scrum development techniques, utilise GIT for source control and have regular development team meetings to review processes, share ideas and discuss innovation.

Job Benefits

Contributory Pension Scheme
Discount Gym Membership
Free breakfast-Fruit-Drinks
Funded Technical Training
Team Lunches-Nights Out
Work From Home
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