Front End Software Engineer
Urgently seeking a Front End Engineer with experience in Java technologies to join a client based in Blackpool. This will be an initial 6 month contract which is likely to extend beyond depending on performance and work load.
Key Responsibilities/Duties (what will the candidate be doing)
As a front-end engineer, your job will be to lead how we develop, modify and maintain elements of services that people see and interact with at client site.
You'll work with multidisciplinary teams to deliver world-class services designed for the people who use them, in line with the end client's Digital Service Standard.
Front-end developers build accessible user interfaces for services in prototype and production environments. These interfaces must work across multiple devices and browsers. You'll take responsibility for the quality of code you produce.
This role is about defining and maintaining standards. It's about making sure products and services are built with modern web development techniques. These will include thinking about user experience, progressive enhancement, performance, and accessibility and browser compatibility.
* Frontend frameworks like Nunjucks, Freemarker, Bootstrap, LESS and SASS
* CI tooling like Git, Gitlab CI, Jenkins, SonarQube Nexus, Artifactory
* Java (1.8) (including Spring Boot, Drop Wizard, Jersey, CXF and Maven) - Desirable
* AWS or Microsoft Azure experience - Desirable
If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply now with your updated CV in word/PDF format.
Notwithstanding any guidelines given to level of experience sought, we will consider candidates from outside this range if they can demonstrate the necessary competencies.
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