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Frontend Developer

Job reference:
Frontend Developer
Location:
London
Salary:
£45K-£50K
Job type:
Perm - Consulting
Sector:
IT/ Software Development
Date posted:
06/11/2019
This vacancy has now expired.

Our client is a cloud-based app builder with JavaScript at its core, both on the backend and frontend, enabling businesses to develop web and mobile apps as easily as they develop presentations;

They are currently looking a Frontend Developer to join their team in central London, your main role will be to help clients by developing web and mobile apps such as directories, event web apps, surveys, training web apps etc. :

- You will work closely with customer success teams to ensure we deliver an amazing experience to clients;
- You will primarily be using HTML, CSS and JS but you will be required to interface with the platform JS APIs for database communication;
- Working positively to tight deadlines and being flexible if goal posts move;

The profile we are looking for should match the criteria below:

- Frontend development experience is preferred with particular strengths in JavaScript, HTML and CSS 
- Working closely with clients,
- Engineering or related degree,
- Bootstrap CSS and Javascript experience 
- Javascript experience including promises and REST APIs,
- SQL experience, particularly planning and creating databases and writing SQL statements,
- jQuery experience, 
- Experience cross-browser testing your work,
- Desktop and mobile web app experience,
- Passionate about implementing great design, usability and user experience for clients,
- Ideally, you will have mobile app experience with Cordova, PhoneGap or ionic.

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