Software Developer - UI (JavaScript/HTML5/CSS)

Software Developer - UI (JavaScript/HTML5/CSS)

  • Location

    Bristol, England

  • Sector:

    IT & Digital

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  • Salary:

    £25000 - £45000 per annum + benefits + bonus

  • Contact:

    Richard Thorndyke

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  • Published:

    over 5 years ago

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Software Developer: UI/UX; Mobile Development; Web Development; HTML5; CSS; JavaScript


What is the opportunity?

One of my clients, a growing and ambitious company who build Mobile & Web applications for some of the biggest clients in the world, are looking to hire a front-end Developer to join their Central IT team in their Bristol offices. This person will be working on some key projects focussed on the full-scale development of mobile applications from UX/UI to API implementation. You will also be working with the QA team to ensure solid functionality within the applications are delivered.



Who are the they?

They are one of the leaders in their field who have grown by over 25% in IT over the last year. They have signed big contracts with huge clients who have bought into their vision and who's applications they now count on as a fundamental tool to their success. In the Web & Mobile Analytics field, they are at the top of the tree when it comes to quality and ambition.



What will you need?

To be right for this role, you will be an existing Developer or Computer Science graduate looking for your first role in IT. The following skills are key:

  • Fluency in Javascript/CSS/HTML5
  • Strong UI and design skills
  • Mobile application and/or website development experience


What they can offer you?

  • Excellent compensation package including a potential bonus
  • The chance to work with the latest technologies.
  • Company social events


This is a unique opportunity for any Developer who is interested in Mobile and Web application development and wants to be part of a company that has enjoyed remarkable success and growth in the last 2 years.