Senior Front End Developer – Work from home

About the Position

Software Development
Permanent
Remote
£45,000 - 55,000

Job Role

One of the Ipswich’s most successful businesses is looking for an experienced Front End Developer to join their growing build and release team due to a number of new clients coming onboard.

Working within a team of 20 people that consists of developers, designers and testers your role will focus on developing the front end code to support their .Net based website and applications.

Requirements & Experience

Technically they are looking for someone with high levels of compentency in HTML, CSS and JavaScript, ideally with experience of Front end frameworks like Zurb Foundation, Bootstrap, Vue.js, Angular and jQuery. They’ll be looking for you to take ownership of front end development standards, perform code reviews for more junior staff and be the lead resource on multiple projects.

This is a growing team that are very aware of the changing IT market and take time every quarter to assess what they’re doing and how new technology can be utilised in their current projects.

They can offer a competitive salary and some of the best benefits around as well as a relaxed and enjoyable working environment that offers work from home, flexitime, free breakfast when in the office and a free drinks fridge on a Friday afternoon.


Job Benefits

Buy or Sell Holiday
Childcare Vouchers
Contributory Pension Scheme
Cycle to Work
Dental
Discount Gym Membership
Flexitime
Laptop
Work From Home
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