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Web Developer - Earl's Court - £400 p/d

Job Title: Web Developer - Earl's Court - £400 p/d
Contract Type: Contract
Location: City of London, London
Salary: Up to £400 per day
Start Date: ASAP
REF: ASH16830EWN/2_1535731126
Contact Name: Epiphany Wright-Nash
Contact Email:
Job Published: 10 months ago

Job Description

Web Developer (Angular and Node) - Earl's Court - £400 p/d

A well established and hugely successful online business within the travel industry, is seeking an experienced Web Developer to join their team based in Earl's Court for an on-going requirement.

This is a truly fantastic opportunity for the successful candidate to lend their expertise and work alongside a team of twenty development professionals, to rebuild the customer facing website. A significant portion of this role will require the conversion of HTML and CSS files into a fully functioning application utilising Handlebars.js, Node.js, AngularJS and HTML/CSS. Some additional attention will be spent on development work on the businesses intranet sites with Node.js, MongoDB, and Angular 1.

To be considered suitable for the positon, strong experience with AngularJS and Node.JS within a commercial environment is essential. It would be considered highly advantageous should you have experience with IBM Domino, or modernizing Domino platforms or applications using Angular.

The business has an exciting pipeline of work, available immediately and that is on-going. They boast a very low turnover of staff and offer the contractor who joins them, the opportunity to continue developing their knowledge across further technologies. The working hours for this role are Monday - Friday, 9am - 6pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. The daily rate is up to £400 for the successful candidate, depending on skills and experience. This is an immediate requirement,please send your CV with the reference number ASH16830EWN/1.

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