Front End Developer – Remote Working – HTML, SASS, JavaScript, jQuery

About the Position

Software Development
Permanent
Ipswich / Remote
£30,000 - 35,000

Job Role

Within this role you will be tasked with delivering a range of individual websites, online tools and user centric experiences. 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.

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Requirements & Experience

Technically they would be looking for you to have strong skills across HTML, SASS, JavaScript, jQuery and ideally some exposure to PHP and MySQL. The overall technical environment uses PHP, Laravel, a variety of CMS systems, VueJS and Nuxt as well as adopting AWS infrastructure and GIT for source control.

The head office is based in Ipswich and you will be expected to attend the office fortnightly for meetings and the occasional working day however the rest of the time can be spent working from home.


Job Benefits

Annual Bonus
Contributory Pension Scheme
Cycle to Work
Discount Scheme
Flexitime
Fruit-Drinks
Funded Technical Training
Team Lunches-Nights Out
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