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JavaScript Developer - Essen, Germany

Job Title: JavaScript Developer - Essen, Germany
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Essen, Nordrhein-Westfalen
Salary: £50000 - £850000 per annum + PACKAGE, BENEFITS, EQUITY
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J8852_1501680003
Contact Name: Melissa Baldwin
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

I am working exclusively with a disruptive start up in the Essen area of Germany on their search for TWO mid to senior level JavaScript Developers. This client is in the automotive, utility and mobile application space and is already making successful moves on a global scale.

Lots of funding, future plans to expand and as a developer to get involved with Blockchain technology this really is a very exciting opportunity!

The Role

  • To write clean, well-documented, best-practice JavaScript and Solidity code. Ensure the code is unit-tested by applying TDD/BDD principles;
  • Be prepared to take responsibility for your code and actions, have a can-do attitude and be willing to "wear many hats";
  • Mentor more junior members of the team;
  • Develop knowledge and skills specific to a Blockchain-based architecture;
  • Potentially shape the future of Blockchain.

Essential Experience

  • 4+ years commercial JavaScript experience;
  • NodeJS
  • Familiarity with modern JavaScript development practices;
  • Version control (git), unit testing (Mocha/Chai/Sinon), continuous integration and code quality tools such as ESLint;
  • Good standard of English.

Desired Experience

  • Front-End focus: Cordova, Ionic and Angular 2. Also, App Store and Google Play deployments OR;
  • Dev-Ops focus: AWS, Docker and Ansible OR;
  • Back-End focus: RESTful API endpoint provision and integration via Express. SQL (Postgres) query skills;
  • Blockchain knowledge including Ethereum (Solidity) and Parity;
  • Promises ideally Bluebird;
  • Start-up experience and mindset.

If this sounds of interest please get in touch as soon as possible.

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