Web Developer ( JavaScript HTML )

Client Server
03 Sep 2017
01 Oct 2017
Contract Type
Job Role: Web Developer / Front End Software Engineer Location: London, City Salary: GBP35k to GBP40k + bonus + benefits Web Developer / Front End Software Engineer (HTML 5 CSS 3 JavaScript jQuery). World leading financial trading organisation is seeking a skilled Web Developer to design and develop new features and functions for a broad range of global websites. You will join a team of middleware and data science specialists, responsible for delivering attractive and engaging websites. As a Web Developer you will work closely with key stakeholders to ensure a smooth rollout of new developments. Keeping up-to-date with the latest technologies and industry trends, you will continuously improve the maintainability of the JavaScript libraries. Based in the City, this is a friendly and cooperative Agile environment that offers a good work / life balance and excellent career prospects. Requirements for a Web Developer / Front End Software Engineer: •Strong web development skills, with a portfolio of projects •Good understanding of HTML5 and CSS3 •Familiar with JavaScript, including jQuery •Degree educated in Computer Science or a closely related subject •Email templating, in particular Exact Target would be advantageous As a Web Developer / Front End Software Engineer you will earn a competitive salary (to GBP40k), plus bonus and a comprehensive benefits package. Send your CV or call today for more information on this Web Developer / Front End Software Engineer opportunity. This Web Developer / Front End Software Engineer vacancy is being advertised by Client Server Ltd. Client Server is a leading recruitment consultancy specialising in technical positions in IT, the services advertised are those of an Employment Agency. We recruit across a range of sectors including finance and banking, software houses, innovative technology start-ups, media, telecommunications, eCommerce and consultancies. We will never send your CV without your permission.