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Front-End Software Engineer

Job Title: Front-End Software Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Amsterdam, North Holland
Salary: €90 - €105 per hour + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: FronJa17Dam_1499791127
Contact Name: Harry Glover
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Front-End Software Engineer / Amsterdam - 6 Months Initial

Montash are working with a globally recognised brand to secure a Front-End Software Engineer, with extensive experience around JavaScript frameworks and libraries especially Angular.js 2 and Polymer.

The Role: Front-End Software Engineer

Essential skills and experience require for this Front-End Software Engineer:

  • Brilliant experience in web development for both desktop and mobile platforms.
  • Deep expertise in JavaScript
  • Previous development experience with either Java, Python, or C++.
  • Experience with some of the JavaScript frameworks and libraries {JQuery / Modernizr / Closure / AngularJS 2 / Polymer / Node.js / RequireJS / React / Browserify}
  • HTML5, CSS3, AJAX, RESTful APIs.
  • Extensive experience around web performance, scalability, and implementation restraints

Keywords: 6 Month Contract / Front-end / Developer / Engineer / JavaScript / Angular.js 2 / Polymer / Java / Amsterdam

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