Frontend Developer - Remote / Homebased (Permanent or FTC)

2 days left

England, London
£55,000 - £75,000 per annum + (PERM / FTC)
12 Oct 2020
26 Oct 2020
Norman Areh
Professional / Specialist
Contract Type

Frontend Developer:

Frontend developers required for the development of high transactional Websites/URLs for a leading Tech services company.

Client Details

Frontend Developer:

Our client is a Tech company focused in Streaming industry. They have exciting plans that will see their Tech team significantly increase in size, building additional expertise and capacity so they can continue to improve their product and service offerings - delivering excellent customer experience and innovation.


Frontend Developer:

The is an entirely home based role, yo will need to be committed to a working in a virtual culture. Therefore this is a great environment for talented people looking for that ultimate flexibility, but still wanting to be part of a dynamic business developing interesting things.

The successful applicant will need to be well versed in the following technologies:

  • CSS - Ability to develop in plain CSS without using Bootstrap.
  • HTML5 - Responsive design.
  • JavaScript - Vanilla, ES, Typescript, jQuery, ReactJS / Preact.
  • OOP
  • Github
  • Graphic editors (Photoshop / Inkscape / Fireworks / Illustrator)
  • Webpacks
  • Google Analytics
  • PHP - Intermediate level
  • Command line tools and Linux shell (SSH/WSL)
  • UnitTesting + CI
  • Async, non-blocking
  • Web Packaging


Frontend developer:

Looking for a strong Frontend developer with experience in designing websites that can handle large volumes of traffic. Gaming or Media / Music or Streaming industry experience is highly preferred.

Job Offer

Frontend developer:

£55k-£75k + Benefits

Our client welcomes applicants from across Europe that are set up to work from home, have business English fluency and can deliver against the skills, knowledge and culture fit outlined in this job advertisement. The tech team gets together in person around four times a year (within Europe) and so applicants will need to be happy with some occasional travel.