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IT Engineer

Job Title: IT Engineer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Frankfurt am Main, Hessen
Salary: €75000 - €100000 per annum
REF: J8068_1495622992
Contact Name: Melissa Baldwin
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Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

n innovative start-up with backing from one of the largest, most successful business' in Germany are looking for a passionate and ambitious Front End Developer to work with them on a permanent basis in Frankfurt.

You will work on challenging initiatives in a state of the art environment with highly motivated colleagues. Collaboratively you will work through the design and development to deliver fully functioning web-based and mobile applications.


  • First hand understanding of Agile development methodologies
  • JavaScript MVC frameworks particularly AngularJS
  • HTML5/CSS - building responsive apps
  • Writing and utilising RESTful APIs
  • Experience with relational data stores - MongoDB

The role will be based in Frankfurt but there is flexibility around remote working and working from home.Relocation packages are available for those who do not live in Germany or nearby Frankfurt. Please get in touch as soon as possible if you want to be part of something disruptive!

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