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Jay Guney

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JavaScript Software Engineer – Central Manchester

  • £50000.00 - £60000
  • Manchester, Permanent
  • Date posted: 6th April 2019

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JavaScript Software Engineer – React.JS, Redux, React Native, Node.JS, ES6 – £50,000-£60,000 – Manchester, City Centre

The Company

A SaaS business based in central Manchester are currently searching for a JavaScript Software Engineer to be based in their central Manchester office.
They’re currently going through a a technological evolution, re-architecturing their product
They’re now redeveloping their core web application with AWS, Node.JS and React.JS

The Role

Working as a Principal Software Engineer – the successful JavaScript Developer will be working in a senior capacity developing a brand new (greenfield) web application in Node.JS, ES6, React.JS and Redux.
Reporting directly into the CTO and MD – the role offers great progression as a team will be built around this individual. No prior experience in management is a requirement – although would be ideal.

Skills

JavaScript – ES6, Node.JS
React.JS
Redux
React Native

Please apply now if you’re interested in the position.

JavaScript Software Engineer – React.JS, Redux, React Native, Node.JS, ES6 – £50,000-£60,000 – Manchester, City Centre

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