The following job is no longer available:
Angular Developer - Remote - Learn tech like Node, AWS

Angular Developer - Remote - Learn tech like Node, AWS

Posted 16 February by Forward Role
Easy Apply Ended

Looking for an Angular Developer role where you can work remotely from anywhere in the UK, and learn new Do you have strong Angular skills and you're interested in learning technologies like Node.js, AWS and/or Java?

Come speak with this SaaS company!

They are a small development operation who are owned by a large parent group, meaning you get the best of both worlds - the resources & job security that come with a bigger organisation, but the meaningful impact you can make in a tighter environment.

As an Angular Developer working here you'll building a state of the art communications platform used by some of the biggest brands in the UK - they have an exciting UI project in the pipeline they're keen to get people on too!

Tech wise they are using Angular16, Typescript, JavaScript, Node.js, Java and AWS - as this is a frontend developer role it is essential you have strong experience with modern versions of Angular. However they're happy to upskill you in the other areas of your stack which is an exciting prospoect!

Salary wise they are paying between £50,000 to £60,000 + benefits

The team work remotely, meeting up in Warrington once per month.

Interviews are happening now, this role will get filled in the next few weeks, so please message me, Reuben Jenkins - reuben @

As an industry leading, nationwide Marketing, Digital, Analytics, IT and Design recruitment agency, we are continually receiving new assignments to work on, so keep a close eye on our website, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter pages for a full list of current permanent and interim opportunities as well as marketplace news and fun stuff.
Forward Role is operating as an employment agency.

Reference: 52144758

Please note does not communicate with candidates via Whatsapp, and we will never ask you to provide your bank, passport or driving licence details during the application process. To stay safe in your job search and flexible work, we recommend visiting JobsAware, a non-profit, joint industry and law enforcement organisation working to combat labour market abuse. Visit the JobsAware website for information and free expert advice for safer work.

Report this job