4 out of 5 days per work can be remote.
Tell me more about them
This is a tech-driven, fast paced, and fast-growing business. Through a mixture of organic growth and acquisition, they now boast over 1000 employees, have several offices around the world and have a huge number of customers using their products and services.
They are big enough to offer the career progression and working environment of a successful corporate, yet they have kept the entrepreneurial edge that got them here in the first place.
Where would I fit in?
This role sits in a dedicated, IT Innovation Team which works to ensure that their products and services stay cutting edge.
You can work remotely 4 days a week , with the other day sent collaborating in person at their impressive global headquarters in South Cheshire .
The road and rail links are excellent and there is dedicated parking.
What would I be doing?
Your primary focus will be on developing user interface components and implementing them following well-known React.js workflows (such as Flux or Redux).
You will ensure that these components and the overall application are robust and easy to maintain. You will coordinate with the rest of the team working on different layers of the infrastructure.
Therefore, a commitment to collaborative problem solving, sophisticated design, and quality product is important.
Why should I join?
To be challenged and supported in equal measure, in a role that gives you the opportunity to solve interesting problems using the latest technology.
To work remotely the majority of the time, but still have the chance to spend some time with your colleagues in a great environment (onsite gym, break out areas, canteen, PS4 etc), with friendly colleagues that you want to work with.
To take advantage of some great opportunities for ongoing training and progression. Plus, the salary is very competitive.
What do I have to know to do this job?
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What would make me stand out?
If you have experience of any of the following it would be great!
Sounds good. What do I do now?