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Front End Developer - Angular Job In Dublin, Reperio Human Capital

Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277957907
88327 €
Front End Developer - Angular Job In Dublin, Reperio Human Capital
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published November 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Front end developer - angular
Min. Salary: 83132
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Angular Developer

I am currently working with an Irish based, finance, company that are expanding their front-end team. The company is an established multi-national with teams across Europe, allowing for remote working within Ireland. The team are looking for an experienced front end developer with over 5 years' experience in a commercial environment. You will be working in a team of around 8, reporting to the team and tech lead on the front end. The role will be hands on with development but will involve mentoring the junior and mid developers to help the team move forward.

What are they looking for?

5+ years' experience with JS
2+ years' experience with Angular
Experience with Angular 5 or above
Experience with Typescript
Experience with HTML/CSS
Desirable:

Full stack experience
Experience with ReactSalary and Benefits:

Pension
Remote

For more information, contact Ciaron McKeag at Reperio or apply via the link below.

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