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Front-End Developer

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: Greater Manchester
  • Sector: Java
  • Job reference: CP87477089
  • Consultant: Conor Parr
How would you like to be instrumental at the start of one of the next big tech companies?

Imagine in 2013 being involved in the launch of Deliveroo? or developing the first version of Uber back in 2009? Or even being one of the 5 Danish entrepreneurs behind Just Eat?

My client are revolutionising an entire industry and are due to close a funding round for a multi-million-pound investment, which will enable the team to grow significantly.

We have been engaged exclusively to recruit a Front-End Engineer to join this talented tech team at pivotal stage of their journey, as they plan to double in size over the next year.

They have already proved the success of the platform and are seeing a rapid scale week by week, which means the adoption of DevOps practices alongside a super modern tech environment.

The front end of their product is built using Angular and Typescript. With many big-brand clients signed up to their platform, they have already seen a dramatic increase in users from 2,000 to 20,000 in the last 9 months. With no sign of slowing down, this is a really exciting time to join

Essential Skills:

• Proven hands on experience with Angular

• Knowledge / Experience in Typescript

Keen eye for detail
Passionate and proactive by nature



This is a fantastic opportunity to join a rapidly growing tech start-up, where the environment is fast-paced and your work will contribute towards a vision to reach and impact the lives of billions of users worldwide.

Interviews are taking place ASAP, please don’t miss out on the opportunity to discuss this role with me!
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