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Front End Engineer

Job Title: Front End Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: City of London, London
Salary: £400 - £450 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 4 Months
REF: 111_1503424087
Contact Name: Danielle Hill
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description

Front End Engineer - API, UX/UI, JS, ES6

Job title: Front End Engineer

Programmes used: API, UX/UI, JS, ES6

Start date: 01/09/2017

Daily rate: £400 per day

Length of Contract: 4 months

My Client is an early stage start-up based in Old Street who are currently developing an application to revolutionise the way you use your mobile to make and receive conference calls.

The role itself;

  • UX/UI Layer is still very much in development, so any relevant front end developer will need to have some sort of appreciation of how this works…integration is the name of the game!
  • Cross browser functionality is a key deliverable of the project, scalability of responsive front end WebServices is going to be the bulk of the project.
  • There is an existing server side back end already in place albeit only in its first iteration, api's have been designed to work with externally facing applications. There will be a need to work very closely with the back end team both before and after initial deployment.

A bit about you;

  • A real passionate techy who is always ready to encompass and appreciate new methodologies even with an existing understanding of the technical environment.
  • Advocate of continuous integration, continuous delivery, TDD/BDD, functional programming and test automation.
  • Exposure to at least one main stream JavaScript framework (Angular, React, Etc..)
  • Strong Experience with JavaScript tooling and MVC architectural patterns.
  • General Front End experience in particular with web application design and development.
  • HTML 5, CSS 3 and all related basic components knowledge is a must!

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