Frontend Developer - Angular
Our client is a leading Financial Services business based in London looking to add their permanent Development team
taking partial responsibility for the public site, its evolution in terms of implementation, the Front End architecture and its user experience.
creating web pages, modify existing pages and integrating with our Back End systems.
a co-owner of the code base, suggesting and implementing ways to improve it.
crafting user experiences that are ambitious in their practical simplicity and refined through intuition, understanding of our customers and testing.
cooperating closely with all stakeholders to ensure scope is understood, design is sound and deadlines met.
reviewing design and code produced by your development colleagues.
Minimum 2+ years of industry gained development experience with a track record of delivery.
preferably some experience with Redux or other observable state management pattern
familiar with a build system - ideally Gradle
a strong understanding of fundamental computer science. Expertise in application design and simplicity even as requirements grow.
web testing and troubleshooting skills - the usual the web developer tools.
evidence of unconventional thinking showing that you have worked smarter not just harder.
excellent organizational, communication and soft skills.
experience in a light-weight, rapid turnaround engineering environment.
a strong academic record, a graduate in a science or technology subject, post-graduate is a plus.
passionate advocate of concise and simple code, designs and applications.
technical leader, a person that inspires trust and confidence in your peers.
great team member - has the confidence to admit errors, can follow as well as direct and learn as well as teach.
an individual who thrives in a fast paced, relatively unstructured environment.
learn a new business domain fast, getting to grips with new concepts and asking questions.
demonstrate a strong sense of personal integrity and accountability.
accept and act upon constructive criticism.