Front End Engineer - React/Next.js - Fintech exp (Must have)


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Huxley

Listed on

16th May

Location

London

Salary/Rate

£450 - £550

Type

Contract

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My client who is a major fintech firm is looking for a front end developer. On a contract basis for 6 months at the day rate:£450PD Outside IR35(Negotiable).

Qualifications 5+ years in frontend development Proficient in React/Next.js, JavaScript, TypeScript, HTML, CSS Deep understanding of JavaScript, TypeScript, and related technologies Strong grasp of unit testing principles and testing libraries (ex Cypress/React Testing Library) Responsive web design and cross-browser compatibility Modern CSS frameworks (ex Tailwind CSS) Git Nice to have Familiarity with AWS (Lambda, Cognito, DynamoDB) or GCP PostgreSQL API server development, Node.js Ideal Experience building user-facing web apps at a top fintech (ex Revolut, Monzo, Wise, Stripe) Experience collaborating with product designers and translating designs to working web apps Experience working effectively with backend engineers (if they have an interest in or exposure to backend development then even better) Experience of working in fast-paced environments with a focus on building and shipping well-tested software frequently If this is of interest please send across your most recent CV. Regards

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