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|Area||UK - North West, UK|
|Skills||IT Infrastructure - Software Developer|
|Telephone||+44(0)20 7871 8556|
Web Developer - Front End / Full Stack
Inspire People is seeking a Front-End Developer that is looking for a fantastic opportunity to developer their skills and progress into a Full Stack Position. This is an amazing chance to join a small Fintech team at the very beginning of their exciting venture as they prepare to double in size in the next year. This experienced Fintech team are the UK's first of their kind and have very big plans for the future. Offering up to £40,000 starting salary based in Chester.
This is a full stack position that will suit either an experienced Full Stack Developer with excellent Front-End skills or a very strong Front-End Developer keen to evolve their skills. You will be working alongside a very experienced team keen to impart their knowledge and develop an individual keen to learn more. It is imperative that you have enough Front End skills to hit the ground running as this is a busy team looking to move forward quickly and embark on new projects that will require completely new elements to the existing website.
As a Full Stack / Front End Developer, you will:
- Work within the team to provide all the front-end content
- Maintain the existing website
- Be passionate about new projects and provide fresh ideas
As the Full Stack / Front End Developer, you will have relevant demonstrative experience/skills including:
- Experience working as a Full Stack or Front End Developer (Minimum 1 year commercial experience)
- Ability to write quality, maintainable and performant code.
In return, you can expect a competitive salary of up to £40,000 plus the following benefits:
- 25 Days Holiday PLUS bank holidays
- Fantastic career development opportunities
- Bonus opportunities after qualifying period
- Pension Scheme
- Free Parking
Inspire People is an employment agency providing services to clients and candidates