Javascript Engineer (contract) - React/ Node, London, Harnham

Published 2022-08-07
Expires 2022-09-07
ID #1118057543
Javascript Engineer (contract) - React/ Node, London, Harnham
United Kingdom, London, London,
Published August 7, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Javascript engineer (contract) - react/ node
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JavaScript Engineer (Contract) React, Node, CI/CD, AWS Up to £700 per day (Inside IR35) Central London/ Remote Our major telecoms client has released multiple JavaScript contracts. The contracts are focused on building scalable and robust software applications that can be deployed to the cloud. You would be joining up with a brand new Platforms team, the team has been put together by the business to help improve the delivery of other development teams and help provide a fully managed self-service toolbox with cloud capabilities. For this project we need senior JavaScript (Node) engineers, who have experience with some of the following technologies: - JavaScript (ES6/ES7) - React and/or NodeJS - AWS Cloud infrastructure - Working in a CI/CD environment This is a 3-month rolling contract and the rate on offer is up to £700 per day (Inside IR35) – there might be some flexibility on the rate for the right engineer, so if you are open to new projects please let me know a price. Please apply with an up to date copy of your CV.

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