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Frontend Developer - Hybrid, Dublin, Realtime Recruitment Limited

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178169698
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Frontend Developer - Hybrid, Dublin, Realtime Recruitment Limited
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Frontend developer - hybrid


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In this role you will joining a multinational company who work across all sectors. You will be joining a team of thinkers, innovators and dreamers who make the things that make the future. The company is looking to expand the team in Dublin to over 200 in the next couple of years, bringing an abundance of opportunities to you. In this role you will be responsible for providing technical guidance and mentoring the team, work in a collaborative team environment requiring you to actively participate in all aspects of the software development life cycle, produce proof of concept code and develop strategies for scaling your solutions beyond the proof-of-concept phase. What do I need to succeed? Experience using an agile software lifecycle including TDD Experience in a testing framework (Mocha, Cypress, Jest etc) Exposure in designing/developing micro frontends Exposure to RESTful webservices/API Why should I be interested? Pension contribution scheme Life assurance Medical insurance For more info on this exciting new opportunity, Call Emily on 016520652 or email Emily from Realtime at or simply click "apply " today!

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