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JavaScript Developer - ReactJS - Didcot - £60k

  • Location:

    Didcot, Oxfordshire

  • Sector:

    Front End & Web Development, Open Source Development

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  • Salary:

    £45000 - £60000 per annum + Benefits + flexible working

  • Contact:

    Paul Grace

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    5 months ago

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Front End JavaScript Developer - ReactJS - £60K
Home working options + Greenfield Project work + Immediate onboarding

This is a great opportunity for a Front End Web Developer / JavaScript Developer with current ReactJS experience to join an established business using the latest technology. The company are looking for an experienced Software Developer to focus on new customer facing products and features developed in JavaScript and ReactJS.

Previous commercial experience with ReactJS is essential, either as a dedicated Front End Developer or Full stack developer. The company can offer progression, training, excellent company culture and a starting salary between £45,000-£60,000 based on experience + benefits and home working.

Essential Requirements

  • 3 years+ Front End / UI development experience using JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3
  • Commercial experience with ReactJS
  • Strong Agile understanding
  • A genuine enthusiasm for working with new technology in a growing team
  • Excellent communication skills, ability to work effectively in a collaborative team

Nice to have's

  • Fullstack development experience
  • Microservices
  • Unit Testing

The company can accommodate remote interviewing and onboarding during the current environment.

The offices are commutable from Oxford, Didcot and Newbury areas

If you are looking to be part of a fast-moving tech environment, joining a growing team and a thriving business then please apply to this advert, or contact me via our website or LinkedIn. Paul Grace, SpectrumIT

All candidates applying much be eligible to work in the UK