Front End Engineer

Ref No. EMPE460626
Salary £300 - £500/day
Location London, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status


Are you looking for a new role for the new year? Then take a look at the Job description & responsibilities:

- Development and innovation of mobile ad formats.

- Implementation of tracks and other measurement tools.


Front End Developer

The Job

This role will be working for a very exciting digital agency based in the UK. It is a fully remote role paying upto £500 pd. They have won a lot of projects on the back end of this year and now need some amazing Front End Developers to take hold of the projects and bring them to life.

Requirements of the role:

  • 1-4 years of experience in front-end development
  • Expertise in HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, JavaScript, MySQL. Typescript & React
  • Expertise in mobile responsive development and new trends.
  • Experience creating video materials, including video editing and animation tools
  • Print Design & Typography
  • Speed and efficiency in the execution of projects.
  • Ability to work as part of a team.
  • Pro-activeness and commitment.
  • Nice to have:
  • Wordpress
  • Familiarity or work experience in ad tech, digital marketing, or in an agency/advertiser.

If this role interest you then please apply and I shall get back to you shortly. This role is to start end of January 2021.

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