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Junior / Mid-Level JavaScript Developer

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  • Sector:

    Javascript Development

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  • Salary:

    £40000 - £45000 per annum + bonus + benefits

  • Contact:

    Emma Haslam

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  • Published:

    26 days ago

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  • Consultant:

    Emma Haslam

My client a leading company based in Manchester are searching for a Junior / Mid-Level JavaScript Developer to join their growing IT Department. Looking for someone who will be able to work on their own initiative and be able to prioritise their own work with conflicting demands. You will be an effective team player and will focus on tasks that contribute to team goals.

Key Skills and Experience Required:

  • Modern JavaScript framework
  • PHP
  • MVC PHP framework (ie Laravel, Symfony)
  • MySQL
  • PHP Unit
  • Git
  • docker

Nice to have's

  • Akeneo
  • Symfony
  • S3/SNS/Redis

Your key responsibilities will be:

  • Writing clean idiomatic code adhering to industry coding standards.
  • Using and following established design patterns and techniques.
  • Adding appropriate logging and monitoring needed to help with debugging.
  • Writing tests with adequate coverage, independently.
  • Taking ownership of the implementation of the solution to the assigned task.
  • Coding in an easy to understand, change, and maintainable manner.
  • Proactively improve components, modules, services, systems, and codebases encountered.
  • Adding domain specific metrics to help understand application performance.
  • Considering and tests edge-cases.
  • Identifying opportunities to improve testing.
  • Selecting the right data structure for what you are trying to solve.
  • Accepting feedback and proactively providing feedback to colleague you work with.
  • Raising issues you spot in retrospectives.
  • Delivering assigned tasks that meet expected criteria.

If this sounds something of interest, please apply with your up to date CV for Immediate consideration.