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Front End Java Developer - Sheffield

Job Title: Front End Java Developer - Sheffield
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Salary: negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 months +
REF: J7313_1488817767
Contact Name: Roddy Coltart
Contact Email:
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

Front End Javascript Developer required on an initial three month contract for Montash's client based in Sheffield. The Front End Javascript Developer will have experience building user facing web applications and a detailed knowledge of Javascript, CSS and understand TDD and BDD.

A Front End Javascript Developer with experience of working practices such as DevOps, continuous integration and continuous delivery is needed.

In addition to this, working knowledge of operating systems such as Linux will be required as is an understanding of GIT for version control.

Acting as a Front End lead on complex projects, you will find experience of designing and consuming REST APIs advantageous.

Key requirements

  • Building web applications and a detailed knowledge of Javascript and CSS
  • Understanding of TDD and BDD
  • Experience working with UI and UX designers
  • Working knowledge of Linux
  • Knowledge of GIT

Additional requirements

  • Experience designing and consuming REST APIs
  • Act as frontend lead to provide support for product and delivery management
  • Mentor and train other developers

If you are a skilled web developer who likes the prospect of working within a multidisciplinary agile team and thrive with responsibility then this position could be of interest. Please call +44 (0)207 014 0231 or send your latest CV to

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