Fullstack Javascript Developer

Job Title: Fullstack Javascript Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Salary: £400.00 - £500.00 per day
Start Date: asap
Reference: 67084-ITENG-GRK
Contact Name: Geoff King
Contact Email:
Job Published: June 30, 2016 12:54

Job Description

Front End (JavaScript Full Stack)

My client, a Global publishing company are currently recruiting for a Front End Javascript Full Stack Developer on an initial 3 month contract in London.

Responsibilities will include:

● Producing high quality, clean and performant code
● Proving your code works with automated unit, integration and UI tests
● Pairing, code review and ticket verification
● Deploying applications and monitoring their performance
● Translating product requirements into technical software designs
● Breaking software designs into manageable tickets/stories that deliver user value
● Sharing your knowledge and contributing to team consensus on technical practices
● Training and mentoring new/junior teams members

What you'll be doing

● Writing Node.js web applications using our RESTful API services
● Developing modular JavaScript components
● Handcoding HTML templates using Mustache
● Creating CSS modules with SCSS/SASS
● Working with build tools like Gulp and make
● Collaborating with UX/UI team on devising simple solutions to complex problems
● Working with our platform API services team on requirements for frontend applications
● Work with the product team to refine, estimate and plan delivery of new features
● Follow an agile process (with a small "a")

What you should bring

● Strong commercial experience on high traffic websites
● Passion for developing performant and engaging web experiences
● Commitment to Test Driven Development in an agile environment
● Expert knowledge of JavaScript in the browser, on the server and on the commandline
(with Node.js, Express etc.)
● Strong knowledge of HTML and CSS
● Strong knowledge of web standards and accessibility issues
● Experience working with version control systems (pull requests, git flow etc.)