Dreamers Wanted. Front-end JS role in London
The job of your dreams…
Put on your PJs, JS developers: it’s time to design the job of your dreams. For starters, ditch the huge company. You’re an individual, not a number, and you want to work somewhere that knows it. Add in an opportunity to hone your skills working on a variety of interesting projects, because learning new things is second nature, and you love to keep your brain busy. Don’t forget a good work-life balance—hey, why not work part of your week from home? And when you are in the office, it better be in a cool part of the city.
Dreams are great, but you know what? This job exists. Our client is a newish digital product design studio that proves you don’t have to be big to get the job done. They’re seeking a JS developer with React experience to join their dynamic team of full-time staff and freelancers. Located in super-fun Shoreditch, you’ll be motivated to go into the office just to hang out with your new work pals in a lively neighbourhood. The work-life balance is on point, too; currently, this role is 100% remote, but when the pandemic ends (yes, please), their flexibility work policy means you’ll divide your time between home and the office.
If you’re wondering how to parachute into this dreamy new role, we’ve got the scoop. Their ideal candidate will be a JS developer with 2-4 years of experience. You’ve got a solid base of knowledge locked in, and you’re willing to push yourself to learn and grow. You’ll have strong Core HTML and CSS skills, and if you’ve got experience with TypeScript, testing suites, and an interest in JAMStack development, you’ll leapfrog to the head of the line.
Don’t pinch yourself—this job is the real deal. Send us your CV today and let us know why you’re a perfect fit!
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