£28000 - £32000
LeadX Holdings Limited
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LeadX Holdings Ltd. is the driving force behind a well-established and highly successful claims management company with a passion for delivering an exceptional service within the claims management industry.
We are currently looking for a Web Designer/Developer who would be responsible for designing, coding and modifying websites, from layout to function and according to company specifications. The successful applicant would strive to create visually appealing sites that feature user-friendly design and clear navigation.
Duties and Responsibilities
Creating reliable and high performing applications and services, which can be accessed via the internet
Ability to story board new features
Creating products that are user-friendly, effective and appealing
Designing the architecture for an application
Deciding on best technologies and languages
Testing sites/features and applications in different browsers and environments
Building & testing API's for applications to exchange data
Take responsibility for the upkeep and maintenance of the company websites ensuring all sites are active and meet the required functionality
Take responsibility for ensuring all company websites have full analytics integrated into them
Skills / Attributes Required
A strong portfolio of web design work is essential, from front-end design to back-end coding
Strong understanding of Web UI, cross browser compatibility, general web functions and standards
Experience in planning and delivering software platforms used across multiple products and platforms
Good functional knowledge or hands on design experience with Web Services (REST, SOAP, etc)
Must be comfortable working in a fast moving, evolving and dynamic environment
Desired skills / attributes
Awareness of AWS systems and services
Experience using source code management systems e.g.: Git/GitHub
Basic linux administration skills
Who are we looking for?
...someone who has a creative flair but who understands the ‘back end' development work