Senior React Developer - React/ SaaS/ AWS
Oxford (Fully Remote) - £60k-£80k
Do you want to work for a market leading business that is about to receive huge amounts of funding and growth?
I mean who wouldn't, right?
Our client have revolutionised phone-calls for businesses, offering businesses of all shapes and sizes the ability to secure and protect their phone calls.
Working with businesses such as Vodafone, 3 and 02 - they already have a fantastic client base that is only going to increase. With a worldwide presence, this business will offer you the opportunity to work for a genuinely really exciting business with HUGE amounts of growth opportunities.
What are they looking for?
I'll keep it simple at this point. They are looking for a solid React Developer, with 5+ years experience. Experience with AWS and SaaS would be incredibly beneficial. Someone that is able to support and liaise with the back-end developers comfortably, ideally someone with a Computer Science degree or similar.
You also need to be a flexible, adaptable individual who is able to their hand to a number of different techs. The best fit for this role will be a cross functional engineer, and someone who has experienced the full life cycle of a product. You have to be able to liaise and work with the back-end and have a really strong understanding of coding/ programming.
A background in Telecoms or Infrastructure would be ideal but not essential.
If you think this role could be of interest then apply and I will endeavour to give you a call. As you can imagine this will be a very popular role so please make sure you apply early!
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