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Middle Front-End Developer (AngularJS) (closed)

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We are looking for talented Middle Front-End Developer (AngularJS)

Responsibilities:

  • Design and develop a rich user interface using web front-end technologies
  • Maintaining high quality coding standards within the team
  • Create new templates, add new functionality within the existing code base
  • Work within existing code base to improve upon current functionality
  • Work at all stages of the product lifecycle from requirements capture, through design and implementation to system testing and integration
  • Opportunity to work with the latest technologies

Requirements:

  • 2+ years of experience in front end solutions development and design
  • Strong skills with HTML/CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, Bootstrap
  • Experience with AngularJS is must
  • Experience with ReactJS would be an advantage
  • Upper-intermediate level of English

We offer:

  • Being a part of development team
  • Being involved in development of new and existing projects
  • Full time job
  • Financial stability
  • Legal employment according to UA Labor Code (or PE in case you have PE registration)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Competitive compensation
  • Individual career path
  • Paid vacation, paid sick leave (+3 paid sick days without sick list)
  • Comfortable office in the center of the city

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