Senior Angular Developer

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Listed on

8th April


City Of London


£85000 - £100000



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Front End Angular Developer

Front End Angular Developer - Global Leading Insurtech Company - Hybrid - London

(Tech stack: Front End Angular Developer, Angular, AngularJS, Typescript, APIs, JSON data, Angular Developer, HTML, CSS, Senior Front End Angular Developer)

Our client is a Global leading Insurtech company that has been dominating the market for over 30+ years' experience providing carefully designed IT solutions and platforms to our customers in the insurance and reinsurance markets.

As a Front End Angular Developer, you design and develop user-friendly web applications using Angular, Typescript and related technologies and collaborate with the UX designers to create engaging user experiences. You will also provide technical guidance and mentoring to junior developers as well as staying up to date with emerging trends and technologies in web development and user experience design.

They are looking for Front End Angular Developer with experience in some or all of the following (full training will be provided to fill any gaps in your skill set): Angular, AngularJS, Typescript, APIs, JSON data, Git, GitHub, AWS, Azure, Couchbase. Experience in C# and .NET core would also be a plus.

The Front End Angular Developer benefits include:

* Hybrid - 2/3 times a week in the office

* Flexible working hours

* Options/growth shares

* Annual bonus

* Pension contribution

* 34 days holidays + bank holidays

* Birthday off

* Free Medical insurance, dental and vision coverage.

* Life insurance 4x your salary

* Virtual team classes and events

Location: Hybrid Working - London

Salary: £85,000 - £100,000 + Bonus + Pension + Benefits

To apply for this position please send your CV to Rishi Chudasama at Noir.



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