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Front End Developer - Aylesbury - £50K

  • Location: South East
  • Salary: £40000 - £47500.00 per annum + Benefits
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: IT & Information Security
This vacancy has now expired.

Are you a talented front end developer who wants to work for a market leading company?

My client is a market leading telecommunications supplier based in Aylesbury. You will be joining a successful development team to help develop both touch screen and traditional web deployment.

They have experienced massive recent growth, and have been chosen as OEM suppliers by many world leading call centre vendors. Working as a front end developer for this company will ensure a lot of visibility and you would be joining a company with a positive working environment.

My client uses a variety of technologies, if you have the following skills then great:

  • 18 months of UI/UX design/development
  • JavaScript (with frameworks)
  • ExtJS framework
  • NodeJS

Due to the nature of the role, previous experience in an agency environment is also preferred.

This is one of the best roles I have seen in a while. To ensure you don't miss out, please do apply straight away!

Capita IT Resourcing welcome applications from all suitably qualified people regardless of gender, race, disability, age or sexual orientation.

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