Job Overview

JavaScript Developer

Location: London Salary: £75,000 -£100,000 basic + excellent bonus and benefits
Type: Permanent Contact: Megan Murphy
Posted: about 1 year ago

My client a leading insurer tech business seeks an engineer who knows the ins/outs of functional programming in JavaScript. Someone that enjoys designing, testing, and implementing modern JavaScript solutions using RxJS and React. Able to bring ideas to the table, solve challenges independently, but work collaboratively. Enjoy working with other opinionated, but humble, developers, that are capable of listening to other people's ideas and integrate them to bring the best ideas forward.

We are looking for:

Must have

  • Proven skills JavaScript development experience.
  • Good understanding of clean code principles and practices.
  • RxJS and React, Angular (which is not used directly.)
  • Experience writing functional programming.
  • TDD
  • Linux, GIT.
  • Feel comfortable with code reviews and pull requests.
  • Some exposure to writing backend services on node

Nice to have:

  • Cloud / AWS experience.

Who will you be working with

A collaborative bunch of smart and approachable developers, with many years of expertise and knowledge in a wide range of domains. An environment of mutual trust between development and business, with a ‘we are all in this together’ attitude. A strong sense of teamwork, but also autonomy, and room to grow, learn and teach others.

What you will find here;

A complex and interesting domain, with the added spice of real commercial drivers pushing and pulling the company in directions hard to anticipate. Despite all of that, we have clear goals to achieve that we know will make this company even more successful.

  • How we operate
  • A relaxed, fun, open and honest environment, with trust and professionalism a must;
  • We all value the right work / life balance and have flexible working hours.
  • We believe in continuous hands-on delivery, with you and your team in the driving seat of ideas. Constantly trying
  • To remove or reduce any unnecessary bureaucracy, we have a flat structure, and everyone has the same opportunity.

To step up with direct access to all stakeholders, including CTO and business leaders