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Digital Luxury, Fashion + Lifestyle Specialists

Junior Frontend Web Developer


To Apply, please email tom@skywire.co.uk

Job description

Junior Front-end Web Developer

Who we are

Skywire are the leading London based eCommerce agency focusing on the Luxury, Fashion and Lifestyle sectors. Our clients include De Beers, The Premier League, Me+Em, Asprey, Three Floor Fashion, Cordings and Corney & Barrow.

Role

Skywire is growing and looking for a Junior Front-end Web Developer to join our new Reading based permanent development team. Your job will be to create awesome user experiences by developing bespoke and unique code and styles for our clients eCommerce sites. Working closely with our design and client services team to deliver the experiences that our clients want their customers to experience.

Please note that this is not a remote job, at least until the end of probabation.


Who would the role suit?
This role would suit a Junior Web Developer with 1 year or more experience. Joining a small team that will be growing fast, you’ll be ready to develop and progress your career, with a great team ethos and support structure.

Requirements

The main requirements of this role:

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • JavaScript
  • Good face-to-face and written communication of ideas
  • Attention to detail

Beneficial:

  • SCSS, SASS,, LESS or PostCSS experience
  • PHP
  • Gulp
  • jQuery, Knockout or Prototype experience
  • Docker
  • MySQL
  • Git
  • Apache/Nginx
  • Magento 1
  • Magento 2
  • BigCommerce
  • Shopify
  • WordPress

Compensation and benefits

  • £25-30k depending on experience
  • Competitive salary, with transparent progress steps to push further
  • Profit share as part of our LLP programme
  • Option to work remotely part of the week
  • Your choice of hardware and software
  • Personal yearly development budget (conferences, training etc)
  • Regular office social events
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Possibility to work remotely after probation

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