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Intermediate Frontend Developer - Next Generation Product

Intermediate Frontend Developer - Next Generation Product

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    JavaScript

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £65000 - £85000 per annum + Bonus + Stocks

  • Contact:

    Daniel Crimp

  • Email:

    dcrimp@understandingrecruitment.co.uk

  • Job ref:

    DRCIGR09_1653242413

  • Published:

    3 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2022-05-29

  • Startdate:

    ASAP

Company info

We are looking for a Intermediate Frontend Engineer to join a global, major award winning FinTech provider. The successful Senior Frontend Engineer will be providing high performant, successful products and systems to their 25,000 customers around the globe.

By discovering and implementing your new ideas as Intermediate Frontend Engineer, you will be a key component in their expansion worldwide via their hub based in London.

As a Intermediate Frontend Engineer as part of a smaller, highly specialised team, you will be revolutionising the use of cloud-based technology for messaging, analytics and storage for petabytes of data, building the next generation of products utilising tech like React, Redux, TypeScript and GraphQL.

Location

Flexi-remote London

As a Intermediate Frontend Engineer you will

  • Have a major impact on the design and implementation of interactive SPAs.
  • Be part of an autonomous and creative environment.
  • Utilising the latest technologies to build from the ground up.

Why you would apply for this role

  • Be part of a cooperative group that strives to be the best.
  • Work on highly complex applications.
  • You want to challenge yourself to learn new technologies.

Salary and Benefits

This opportunity is paying up to £85,000. It also comes with a great company bonus, includes healthcare and a great pension scheme.

If interested apply now to be considered immediately as the shortlisting process has already begun