Headline: Has the Covid Pandemic made you think about what is important in life? Are you looking for a work / life balance? Look no further! If you love tech and also want a life beyond your daily routine, then you probably want to keep reading.
Location: Fully remote role with support from Senior Developers
Salary: £25,000 - £35,000
What sets a Front-End Developer role apart? Is it the money? The challenge? Company brand? Maybe it's the flexibility to work from home 100% of the time as they value the concept of a work/life balance?
What if it there was a role that had all of that? It'd be quite cool right?
Hear this…. a financially backed ambitious tech start-up that have a group of EdTech specialists are now in competition with their corporate predecessors. This tech start-up has emerged as they feel they could deliver a far better product & service but due to the red tape, bureaucracy and budget constraints (in their previous company), they were not allowed to do so and thus this company was formed.
They are a small business of under a dozen highly driven professionals but have a humble tech team consisting of a CTO (hands on developer) and another Senior Developer who have created their flagship product which has already gone out to market. The uptake and response on this product has exceeded their expectations and they are now ready to grow core departments within the business - the development team being their highest priority.
But why would you join them? Well, apart from learning from experienced Senior Developers, remote working, and a level of support, progression, and development that is basically unmatched by all others in their market, they can offer you the one thing that really counts: the change to create something truly unique!
You don't have to be the life of the party, but from time to time they'd like your input on the important stuff, and they want to make sure people are comfortable doing that.
There's not a long list of requirements to "pass the test", but here's a few things that might make your first couple of months a bit easier:
* Fluent in HTML and CSS in both desktop and mobile platforms.
* Proficient in C# and Razor pages.
* API integration and dataset rendering.
* Great communication skills are also key. They're a team and it's important to them that you're included in discussions that drive the business - that also means they'll want your input when it really counts!
If you'd like to know more, pop your CV over and let's have a chat. Yas on (Apply online only)
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