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Snr JavaScript Developer - JS ecosystem, UX, Accessibility (AI leader, OX1)

Posted 6 March by Richard Wheeler Associates Easy Apply Ended

Weighty Front End Developer - JavaScript, React.js, Node.js, UX, MongoDB, web accessibility, security, Git.

Oxford AI

to £55k negotiable + standout benefits

An innovative, very high growth AI spinout from the University of Oxford is seeking an adaptable, technically strong Senior Web Programmer / Front End Developer to join a small agile team.

The team is expanding to build an existing product into a continuous integration platform which needs to be usable, scalable, fast and reliable. The key Front End qualities we're focussed on are in-depth JavaScript, security, accessibility, UX, performance and robustness through automated testing.

The successful Senior Front End Web Developer will need:

·Proficiency in Javascript, CSS and HTML

·A good knowledge of web security vulnerabilities

·An understanding of web accessibility guidelines

·Working knowledge of git and Github

·Basic understanding of HTTP requests

A mix of the following would be highly desirable:

·React or other web frameworks

·Automated testing

·UX principles

·Website performance optimisation

·Backend servers, particularly Node.js

·Databases, particularly Mongo DB

·Linux command line

Benefits include: a competitive salary plus the opportunity to work on cutting edge technologies; flexible working hours; 8% pension employer contribution; role flexibility (learn new technologies if you want); free lunches; private healthcare insurance; dental insurance; life insurance; critical illness insurance; income protection insurance, central Oxford location close to the train station.

Required skills

  • JavaScript
  • Web Application Security
  • Web Development
  • Git
  • JavaScript Libraries

Reference: 34614334

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