React Front End Developer – £70K – Remote-UK | Permanent | London

  • Permanent
  • London

Website myexpsolutions CV-Library

Ref. 213977799 | 2021-06-15 10:35:10

Town: London | Country: United Kingdom

Desccription: React Front End Developer x 2
React.JS, Redux, Webpack, Babel
UK Remote
UP TO £70k + bonus + shares

2 x Senior Front End Developers with commercial experience in React are required to work for a global solutions provider on a remote basis in the UK. 

They are scaling up their engineering team and are looking for 2 Senior React Front End Developers with additional skills in Redux, to create cloud based applications. 

The successful candidate must have good front end skills, which includes commercial experience in React.JS, Redux, HTML, CSS, SASS and LESS. You must also have experience with one of the front end build tools such as Babel, Webpack or Snowflake. It is essential you have prior experience of developing SAAS or enterprise level applications. 

In return, the company is offering a fantastic salary and benefits package including bonus and company shares alongside pension, healthcare and more. As the company continues to expand, there are lots of opportunities for career progression. 

This role is remote based in the UK and they have officeS in the North and South of the UK should you wish to go into the office.

If you are looking to join an office which has a start-up feel but is part of a global brand, please apply now

Salary Type: Annum

Salary: £55000 – £70000/annum

Category: IT

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Rogerio da Silva

Rogerio da Silva is a Brazilian who lives in the UK for a little over two decades. He is the owner of a test consulting and outsources services for software development. He likes to blog, write and create content that teaches others how to live a better life. Rogerio has two princesses and one powerful wife that help him with his work. He loves reading biographies of successful authors and dream builders because they inspire him to keep creating!

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