Senior Front-end Developer – Angular
- Job type Permanent
- Region Auckland
- Posted on 8 April 2021
- Ref # 32175808
- Exciting new Digital project with latest tech stack
- Help set up Front-end best practices
- Enjoy creative freedom & collaborative work culture
Your new company in a nutshell:
This well established Kiwi company is service driven and enabled by technology and it’s people. Having recently acquired a service offering, they are looking to completely revamp the product with a “customer first” thinking.
The role and ideal person:
As the Front-end Developer, you will join a newly formed agile team and play a key role in the product’s Digital journey. The ideal candidate is someone who is curious, can bring in new ideas, and work in a team as well as individually.
In this role you will be working with the latest technologies and will have all the support you need along with creative freedom.
A day in the job:
- Create innovative, scalable, fault-tolerant software solutions
- Work closely with product owner, UX designers and analysts
- Write and test code to ensure compatibility and stability
- Create clear technical specifications, architect designs.
What Skills you will bring to the team:
- Strong experience with Angular 2+
- Some experience in .Net backend
- Familiarity with UI toolkits and frameworks
- Familiar with Front-end best practices and Design patterns.
What it’s like to work there:
A collaborative culture, sharing their specialist knowledge, unique strengths and natural weaknesses makes them a better team.
They enjoy the ride – What’s around the corner is never constant but how they approach it can be.
Please click APPLY and include your resume and cover letter, or for further information please call Nidhi Bahuguna on 09 302 5310.
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Due to recent border closures, only applicants that are legally entitled to work in New Zealand and can make themselves available for interviews in New Zealand will be considered for advertised positions.
Others may not necessarily be responded to.