Frontend Developer
Ernst & Young
hace 1 día
source : Wizbii

In response to strong market demand, EY has set up an EMEIA Digital Transformation Hub, with a young team passionate about their work and proud to be part of a leading global professional services firm.

The team is multinational and dynamic, with the common goal of being the company’s ultimate experts in digital transformation.

There are various areas of expertise amongst which are developing ecommerce & mcommerce solutions such as full responsive websites, native apps in iOS and Android In addition, our team is leading a wide range of international projects in different sector.

One of those sectors is the Hospitality Market where we work with top multinational companies building for them innovative solutions.

If you are Frontend Developer and you want to join to an advisory international firm, you are our candidate. You will become a member of our development team, working with a high experience colleagues who will teach and mentor you.

Together with your colleagues you will code with the latest technologies and tools in international projects. As part of the development team you will enjoy a creative, challenging and collaborative environment where your fresh ideas will be every bit as valued as your motivation.

  • BS or MS in Computer Science or equivalent (IT engineer)
  • HTML5 / CSS3
  • Javascript / JQuery
  • CSS preprocessors (LESS,SASS)
  • Frontend Frameworks (Bootstrap)
  • Javascript Frameworks (Angular, VueJS, ReackJS )
  • Responsive and Mobile Design
  • Building and automation Tools / Web performance (Grunt, Gulp)
  • Testing Frameworks (Jasmine, Mocha )
  • Good technical English level
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