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Job Title: Front End Developer - HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT, VANILLA.JS, REACT
Contract Type: Contract
Location: City of London, London
Salary: £500 - £600 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: 2468_1507802088
Contact Name: Danielle Hill
Contact Email:
Job Published: 8 days ago

Job Description

Front End Developer - Javascript, HTML, CSS, VANILLA.JS, REACT, REDUX

One of our biggest retail clients in the UK are going through a period of rapid growth and now require several Front End Developers to work on an exciting new project! You will be working along side some of the most established user focused tech teams in the country where all deliverables are measured against quantative metrics with the number of users always in mind when working on the product.

The developer themselves should be the advocate of agile methodology with the ability to demonstrate a variety of development techniques. Technically you should be proficient in the following:

  • Experience with administrating linux services, web servers, configuration of traffic routing and Devops.
  • Webpack, Babel and ESLint
  • Knowledge of how to intergrate with RESTful APIs and GraphQL endpoints
  • CSS pre - processors eg. PostCSS and Sass
  • Responsive web design
  • Must have detailed understanding of version control systems

If you are interested please contact me on 02080177766 or email me at

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