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Job Title: Front End Developer - HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT, ANGULAR, REACT
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: £400 - £600 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: 222_1506098013
Contact Name: Danielle Hill
Contact Email:
Job Published: 25 days ago

Job Description

Front End Developer - HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT

Montash - London

Role - Front End Developer

Location - Central London

Programmes used - HTML5, CSS3, REACT, REDUX, JAVA 1.8, UI and JavaScript

Type: Contract

Duration: 4 months

Start: ASAP

My Client is currently looking for an ambitious, enthusiastic and hardworking Front-End Developer to join one of our largest Fashion clients in the UK. As an employee, you will be working closely on a small team to successfully deliver their Christmas Campaign.

You will be working very closely with the marketing team and have the opportunity to bring forth the companies' vision which will lead them to be the pioneers in their market. Using cutting edge technology and making use of the latest tools my client is looking for an individual who is determined to take their skills to the next level and is passionate about learning and development within their role.

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

Required licence: Eligible to work in the Uk

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