Front End Software Engineer

Posted 22 March 2023
Discipline Software
Contact NameMiranda Hobby

Job description

JOB TITLE:                                   FRONT END DEVELOPER
LOCATION:                                 Bristol (remote)
SALARY:                                       £60,000 - £75,000

30 holiday days | Private Healthcare | Gym Membership Discount | Group Life Insurance | Pension

WAY OF WORKING:                Full Time (37.5 hours per week, flexible around core hours of 9:30-16:00) | Remote with hybrid options

Financial management company working at the forehand of technology, improving the experience for their creditors and customers.
Due to the growth strategy, there is a need for a front end angular developer to join the existing team.
Roles will be based 100% remotely and full team training will be provided via online options.
Valuing commitment, adaptability & initiative, amongst other characteristics, our client are looking for motivated, forward-thinking individuals to form the next generation of their development function.

  • Prototype a notification system for the consumer portal. 
  • Contribute to our CLI (built with Typescript on node).
  • Build integrations between third party analytics visualisation and the agent portal.
  • Work with delivery engineers to understand requirements and customise applications.

  • Angular (v12+) with RxJS and TypeScript | Bootstrap | HTML5 | CSS | SCSS | BEM | REST APIs | SSE | Elasticsearch | Json Schema
  • Clear desire to learn, improve and share knowledge with colleagues.
  • Design and implement improvements to a cross browser testing strategy.

If you are interested in the Front end developer role, please send an application detailing proof of the above or contact Miranda on 07587424652 or by email on

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