Mid-Weight Full Stack Developer

Job Title: Mid-Weight Full Stack Developer Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Buckinghamshire Industry: Technical
Salary: £38,000 - £40,000 per year Start Date: Not specified
REF: 45591 Job Published: about 1 month ago

job description


Operating within the technology sector, our client who are a leading full service marketing agency offer a range of services in order to influence behaviour and deliver measurable business outcomes. 

As a company, they are consistently on the look out for new talent and are happy to develop those who demonstrate appropriate levels of expertise and passion. Currently on the search for a Mid-Weight Full Stack Developer based in South Buckinghamshire, this is an ideal time to join a mid-sized agency who are going through rapid growth.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Working alongside a team of developers on a range of web builds.
  • Have an active role in researching and monitoring key industry trends; including functional aspects.
  • Developing solutions to coding issues and challenges which may arise. 

The Ideal Candidate:

  • Previous experience working within an agency setting.
  • Fluent in PHP, MySQL, HTML, CSS, JavaScript and actionscript - alongside other developer platforms. 
  • Able to monitor and act on coding challenges.
  • Capable of balancing multiple projects at once.
  • Have a passion for all things digital and be willing to learn and develop your skills. 

Interested? Get your CV over to us straight away.                                                                    AA123

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