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Front-End Engineer

£45,000 to £60,000+ | remote, flexible

Thursday 29 Jul 2021

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Flexys is hiring a remote Front-End Engineer to build custom UI solutions for its fintech application, working with JavaScript and TypeScript.

 

We're building highly responsive and scalable single page applications that manage debt more effectively and provide a sustainable and positive experience for consumers. Growing fast, we need a front-end colleague to build custom workflow, dashboard and reporting solutions for clients - working in a customer-facing and coding-oriented role. 

 

You'll join a collaborative solution delivery team, working closely with our DevOps teams and, at all times, you'll have a lot of freedom in approach, technology choice and influence over multiple products. Importantly, you'll also be exposed to customers in order to understand their goals, and how their business and technology runs.

 

This is an opportunity to positively impact a diversity of long-term client projects, achieving the standards you dream of.

 

We're always open to new things and you can influence where we go and how we get there.

 

What you'll be working on

  • Primarily; build front-ends with JavaScript and TypeScript, also;
  • Become front-end technical lead per-project, where appropriate
  • Participate in requirements workshops
  • Configure and customise systems, in Google Cloud Platform
  • Develop and test workflow processes with BPMN
  • Build reports using BigQuery

 

We're looking for

  • Strong front-end coding skills; JavaScript and TypeScript
  • Adept at building well laid-out, responsive and easy-to-use front-ends
  • A shared belief in following best coding practices
  • Experience with version control systems including Git
  • Thorough application of unit and acceptance testing
  • A clear desire to learn, improve and share knowledge with colleagues
  • An understanding of structured Agile e.g. Scrum, Kanban

 

You may also bring - or like to gain - familiarity with

  • Event sourcing
  • Google Cloud Platform

 

Current stack - we'll help you get up to speed

JavaScript, TypeScript | BPMN | Elasticsearch | JSON Schema | Bootstrap | HTML5 | SCSS | Protractor | REST APIs | SSE | BigQuery | Kafka | Mustache | Kubernetes, Docker, GCP and more

 

Salary and benefits

  • £45,000 to £60,000+ negotiable we're keeping an open mind
  • Flexible working environment
  • 30 days holiday + bank holidays | medical cover | life cover | contributory pension | open source friendly IP Rights agreement | personal development budget available | conference involvement encouraged | standing desks, supportive chairs, high quality screens time for open source contributions | option to bring your own device | Bristol office: on-site cafe / restaurant, site showers and changing rooms, choice of teas, coffee

 

About us

Flexys has created a cutting edge cloud-native debt management system and we're looking for the very best delivery engineers to help meet high demand as organisations look to replace their legacy systems. Our clients span the financial services, utility, motor finance and banking sectors and include some of the biggest household names in the UK. We offer a flat team structure with responsibility and autonomy. We strive to be honest, transparent, non-bureaucratic and supportive, and we offer real creative freedom. We strongly value learning and doing things properly. We're also proponents of open source, functional and reactive programming, TDD and Agile. https://www.flexys.co.uk/

Location: remote within the UK, or from our office in Bristol, we're at Future Space, UWE (well served by public transport, cycle routes, and with on-site parking).

Please note: we can only consider applicants that have an established right to work in the UK

 

Even if your CV isn't ready, please talk with Andrew at techfolk to find out more:

0117 318 2447 | hello@techfolk.co.uk | @andrew_techfolk

 

RECRUITERS: Flexys has selected techfolk as our recruitment partner and cold calling and speculative applications are not welcomed