• Full Time
  • london

Front-End Developer / React Developer – HTML, CSS, Javascript, Node.js, Webpack, React/Redux. London / Fully Remote (During and post-pandemic). 55k – 60k Bonus Well funded Blockchain start-up seeks a Front End Developer / React Developer to assist with the ongoing growth of its platform and team backed with additional VC funding. With a unique mobile native blockchain solution, this company is currently hiring new personnel to enable it to grow its tech development, business development and marketing teams as it builds towards the official product launch at the end of Q3 2021. The successful Front End Web Developer / React Developer will assist in the delivery and enhancement of the protocol and the mobile platforms using a range of technologies but largely focussed on HTML, CSS, Javascript, Node.js framework and Webpack, React & Redux, along with other tech which may include React Native, Angular.js and Typescript. Working in a cross-functional team you will play a key role in the delivery of Javascript based mobile applications and their functions whilst ultimately focussing on the technical elements of the role utilising HTML/CSS, Javascript within a React/Redux environment. We are searching for a Front End Web Developer / React Developer / Javascript Developer who has a strong hands-on development skills utilising HTML, CSS and a range of Javascript frameworks and technologies. You will have gained experience with React/Redux and be comfortable working within a Node.js framework environment employing Webpack. Any experience gained with Typescript, other Javascript frameworks such as Angular would be useful as would exposure to React Native. Experience within, or an interest in, Blockchain technologies and Cryptocurrency would be an advantage. We are entirely open to candidates from all commercial environments, background and indeed location across the UK as this is a full remote / home working role with a progressive start-up that is well funded and on track to launch their platform towards the end of this year.

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