React Developer

Posted 22 April 2022
Salary£35000 - £45000 per annum
Job type Permanent
DisciplineSoftware & Web Development
Contact NamePerry Duggan

Job description

Role: Frontend Developer (React)
Location: Oxford (Hybrid)
Salary: £35,000 - £45,000 DOE

My client is a very successful start-up who are in an exciting period of growth, they're on the lookout for a frontend developer (React) to create user interfaces. They are an Oxford university spin off and are heavily funded through various entities including the likes on tech giants Samsung.

This is a massive opportunity for someone with the right skillset to catch an unbelievable trend and massively progress a long term career within the IT industry.

Alongside this you will be working with the latest technologies such as React, TypeScript, AWS to name a few! You will enjoy a cool, relaxed, family-orientated culture as well as great benefits, progression, a range of projects, regular salary reviews and the latest tech! Employees here are really looked after and are listened to. They have a lot of exciting products in the pipeline as well as what they are currently working on in a market that specialises in the IT consulting industry!

You will be joining a highly skilled team of oxford university educated experts. The pipeline of projects they have coming up ensures this role is challenging yet will really capture your interest!

This is a great opportunity for a Frontend Developer to join an innovative and expanding company on the verge of becoming a very dominant player in the field.

Essential skills:

  • JavaScript
  • React


  • Share options
  • Hybrid working hours
  • Private healthcare
  • Great pension plan

This role does not offer sponsorship

If this company sounds like a great fit for you, please APPLY & get in touch immediately with Perry Duggan @ ITECCO on 020 3882 0699 or email to discuss interview availability.

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