My Dublin based client is looking for an experienced Front End Web Developer to join their team on a Permanent basis.
My Dublin based client is looking for a senior front-end web developer with a passion for crafting digital experiences. You will be an integral part of a creative team.
This role will be focussed around senior front-end web development and the successful candidate must possess a passion for crafting digital experiences. Someone with an appreciation for visual aesthetics and user-centric design, who is excited about making something truly great.
Ideally, you’d be skilled at animating and bringing digital interfaces to life with code. The ideal candidate would also be expected to have a keen appreciation for accessibility, performance, and progressive enhancement. You should have experience with front-end templating languages, frameworks and platforms and an interest in keeping abreast of the latest practices.
The successful candidate will work closely with creative teams, designers and account teams, so excellent communication skills are a must.
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