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Front-End JavaScript Developer

Job Title: Front-End JavaScript Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Berlin, Germany
Salary: £60 - £75 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: CHMontash112_1507539492
Contact Name: Charley Howes
Contact Email:
Job Published: 10 days ago

Job Description

Mitte - Berlin -

Well funded Tech Start-up


Front-end JavaScript Developer - React, Angular ES6/ES2016 - Berlin

My Berlin based client is urgently seeking an experienced Front-end JavaScript Developer to join an existing team for an initial 6 Month contract.

The successful JavaScript Developer will have an excellent background of writing modular object-oriented JavaScript and will be responsible for developing new look and feel features for the clients website and mobile channels.

The successful Front-End JavaScript developer will work closely with other developers and senior stakeholders to ensure the technical feasibility of UI/UX designs, offer creative solutions to technical problems, enhance the product mobile experience and upskill team members where needed.

Essential Skills and Experience:

  • Extensive development experience with JavaScript on multiple frameworks - React, Redux, Angular, ES6 / ES2015,
  • Good general web development experience of HTML CSS3, SASS, Bootstrap
  • Good UI development background
  • Passion for technology and development
  • Ideally worked within a tech start-up environment and understands and enjoys the challenges of the environment
  • Fluent in English and German

If you feel this role could be a good fit for you, please send me over a copy of your most up to date CV, and we can discuss further -

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