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Identify HR 11/05/2020

Front-end Developer, Enterprise Software

Ref #: 32071
Location: Edinburgh Edinburgh 93 George St Edinburgh EH2 3ES
Sector: IT and Software
Type: Permanent

£45,000 + Benefits + Learning


Identify HR recruit experienced Fullstack and Frontend software development and engineering talent for Systems Integrators, Consulting firms and vendors in the Enterprise software space.

We are recruiting on behalf of a niche Systems Integrator for an experienced Frontend Developer to join a lovely team of technical specialists. The firm works with end-users of complex, large-scale Enterprise software. They offer their clients a unique, highly efficient and cost-effective way of migrating to the Cloud and customising their Cloud platform to enhance User Experience; hence, the ongoing Frontend development of their offering is vital to the product’s appeal to users.

The role is to develop attractive and powerful front-end offerings for clients’ Cloud platforms for mobile and desktop. As well as existing project work, there is an immediate opportunity to work with the Technical Director on new product development and have a real say in the output and delivery of projects to customers.

To be a candidate, you will need at least a couple of years commercial experience of working as a Frontend developer. You will be able to show or demonstrate the work you have done to-date. The technical spec and skills required include:–

  • AngularJS /Angular 2
  • Object Oriented Javascript
  • HTML 5/CSS
  • Rest Web Services API
  • NPM
  • Gulp
  • SystemJS
  • Babel
  • Any JS test framework like Karma/Protractor
  • Amazon Web Service
  • Mobile & desktop design


and any of the following:


  • Java
  • Spring Boot
  • Thymeleaf
  • Gradle
  • Jenkins CI build and deployment
  • Git

Please note that we accept client instructions on good faith, but we understand that hiring is subject to change or postponement in the current climate. Note that we will never discuss your application with a third party without your express permission.