As a Senior Frontend Developer at DA, you’ll drive the development of web and mobile solutions for prestigious brands including McLaren, Telefonica, Calvin Klein, Kawasaki and many more.
You’ll be hands-on with building and developing Frontend solutions and will also provide technical vision. You will be responsible for applying best practice and growing a Frontend development team, collaborating with DA designers, user experience experts, technical developers and project managers.
Flexible or full time remote working is available.
Salary £40k-£45k (subject to experience).
5+ years development experience, especially of large, enterprise-level mobile/responsive website projects.
Strong cross-platform and cross-browser testing skills.
Strong understanding of performance and optimisation, best practices and industry standards.
Sound understanding of concepts such as SMACSS, OOCSS or BEM.
CSS Pre-processor experience such as SASS/LESS.
Strong understanding of source control (GIT) and front-end tools.
Nice to have
- Experience of adhering to W3C website accessibility standards.
- Exposure to ASP.Net, or integrating templates with ASP.Net projects.
Qualities and characteristics
Desire to learn and embrace latest technologies.
Highly motivated and productive, with a collaborative approach to your work.
Driven to continually improve coding methodology, tooling and analysis.
Able to effectively translate/communicate complex web development solutions to a wide range of stakeholders.
Demonstrable passion for beautifully executed digital solutions.
Ability to provide accurate estimations and work within a budget.
- Flexible or full time remote working is available
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- Flexible working hours
- Low stress
- Friendly team
- Training and book budget
- Bonus scheme
- Salary £40k-£45k (subject to experience)
How to apply
If you're interested in this role, please email email@example.com
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