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Front End developer

Job Title: Front End developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Södertälje,
Industry:
Salary: €60.00 - €75 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J6335
Contact Name: Charles Hill
Contact Email: charlesh@montash.com
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

I'm currently working with a Swedish Automotive Client based outside Stockholm looking to speak to Front-End Developers for an initial 6 month Contract.

This is an urgent requirement for Swedish local developers available immediately.

Their team is a group of passionate people with the mission to develop and maintain a modular portfolio of core collaboration services aimed at bringing great capabilities to the business for support of efficient knowledge work cross processes and organisational boundaries.

Necessary:

  • JavaScript preferable Angular
  • CSS preferable Less/SCSS/Sass

Desired skills and experience

  • Gulp/Gunt or any other task runner
  • PostCSS
  • Node/npm
  • Unit testing
  • Git
  • Mongo/noSQL
  • Windows server

Working methodology

  • Experience of working in Agile teams according to scrum or similar.
  • Document and planning of coding using JIRA
  • Work tight with other groups within Scania IT such as Web Access Management, Interaction and Core.

As this opportunity is in Sweden and start immediately, you would have to be already based in Sweden preferable within an hour of Stockholm area.

for more information email Charlesh@montash.com or call +44 (0) 207 014 0231.

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