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App developer - Hybrid

Employer
Class Publishing
Location
Bristol
Salary
40000.00 - 50000.00 GBP Annual
Closing date
19 Mar 2024

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Salary 40,000 - 50,000 GBP per year


Requirements:

Computer Science (or similar) degree level qualification
- 4+ years' experience as a Developer
- JavaScript frameworks such as React and lonic
- Experience working with Javascript/Typescript, HTML



Responsibilities:

- We are looking for a developer with 4+ years' experience to join us to help develop our products. We use JavaScript frameworks such as React and lonic to create cross platform apps and would favour experience in either (or ideally both). However, we will also consider developers with experience of other cross platform frameworks, iOS development using Swift/Objective C or Android development with Java.

Preference will be given to candidates who can provide examples of relevant work or projects. We'd love to see apps you've developed that can be used by us to review your application and discussed as part of the interview process. Please send us links to any apps you've worked on and/or links to github projects.



Technologies:

- JavaScript
- React
- Ionic
- Swift
- Objective-C
- Android
- Java
- REST
- Firebase
- SQL
- HTML5
- CSS


More:

We offer a flexible hybrid working environment, with a minimum of two days' per week in the office. We're laptop based and aim to have duplicate set-ups in both locations so that the transition between home and office is seamless. The role can be based in either our central Brighton, central Bristol or Bridgwater (Somerset) offices. The dev team is based in Brighton and in the first 6 months frequent travel to Brighton will be expected to get to know our team and practices. We have a comprehensive benefits program, a full list of these benefits is available here:

This is a full-time role on a one-year fixed term contract.

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