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Job Title: Front End Developer - HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT, ANGULAR, REACT
Contract Type: Contract
Location: City of London, London
Salary: £450 - £600 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 5 months
REF: 444_1504081280
Contact Name: Danielle Hill
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description


Start date: ASAP

Location: London

Length of Contract: 5 months

Job title: Front end developer

Programmes used: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Angular and React

My Client is currently looking for a Passionate and intuitive Front-End Developer to join the market leaders and a winning team in the financial industry. As an employee, you will be stepping on to a world class platform which will mean that the successful candidate needs to be able to work in a fast paced environment as well as maintaining a very high standard of work at all times.

You will be working very closely with your team to produce the next big marketing campaign and will be working with technologies such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Angular and React. The campaign is looking to put my client even further ahead in a market they are already dominating, which will in turn mean that there will be other opportunities that will arise in other areas of software development for the candidate once the contract ends.

Essential skills:




Use of angular or react

Excellent communication skills

Desirable skills:

Excellent HTML5 & CSS3 hand-coding skills

JavaScript/JQuery and other frameworks/toolkits

Understanding of Net/C# highly beneficial

Other benefits:

Health Insurance

Fruit delivered to the office daily

Free Yoga

Relaxed dress code

Ping Pong Tables

Required experience: Front end development 5 years

Required licence: Eligible to work in the Uk

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