My client is a homegrown Irish company which has recently become part of a larger portfolio of International companies which specialise in state-of-the-art Geolocation and GPS Tracking systems. They are happy to boast a reach across 4 continents
Due to expansion and increased workload they are now looking for a talented Frontend developer, that would be able to hit the ground running.
You will join a multicultural team reporting directly into the web development manager; strong communication skills are essentials due to working relations with key stakeholders.
To be considered you must have;
· Third Level Degree/master’s in computer-related discipline
· 2 + years commercial web development experience.
· Versatile in Angular (v.4/5).
· Experience Vue.JS / React is accepted however you must be willing to work with Angular on a daily basis.
· Strong communication skills
This is a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic developer to work side by side the development manager to learn on a daily basis enhancing their career.
This opportunity is great if you are not interested in being micromanaged, they have created a culture of trust, and are flexible as they appreciate how important a good work life balance is.
If this sounds like an opportunity you would like to hear more about contact Cathal for more details +447936425243.
November 20, 2018
Frontend Developer – Angular – North Dublin
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