Mid Level Full Stack Developer - Manchester

Posted 6 December by BCT Resourcing
Position: Mid Level Full Stack Developer
Location: Manchester
Salary: £30 - £40K per annum
Job type: Permanent

We're looking for a mid-level Full Stack Developer to join the team to work on existing projects and new greenfield ones.

Your responsibilities:
You will be responsible for implementing sections of functionality ensuring they are delivered on time with the correct approach and to the standards defined by the frontend developers.
You will be supporting the system when it goes live so you will be required to understand all elements of the platform, not just the frontend.

We are looking for someone who has experience working on JavaScript web apps, with a strong preference of React. In addition some experience of C# .NET and SQL would be useful as often our projects involve middleware.
A keen attention to detail is a must and we want you to thoroughly test your work prior to it being handed over for the formal QA process.

In addition to the above, you will also have experience in the following:
2+ years commercial experience in the web stack; HTML, CSS and JavaScript
3+ years experience in wider commercial software development
Good knowledge of the latest ES standards and TypeScript
Proven experience with ReactJS or other JavaScript application framework
Unit and functional testing is a big bonus
C# .NET / .NET Core.
CMS experience
Source Control using Git
CSS pre-processing with Sass
Experience working in an Agile environment
Knowledge of software and application design and architecture
An excellent communicator, both verbal and written
Hard working and willing to go above and beyond learning new skills
Love working as part of a team and collaborating with others
An interest in troubleshooting and problem solving

HTNL, CSS, Javascript, ES standards and TypeScript

Reference: 36793090

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