Junior/Intermediate Front End Developer
Do you also believe that the future of retail is e-commerce?
Do you want to work and own shares in one of the UK's 100 hottest startups of 2016 (according to Startups.co.uk)?
If so, check this out:
The brand new Divido office in Camden, designed by Tom Dixon
Divido is backed by the same people that brought you Skype, WorldPay and Transferwise (the first UK fintech company to be valued at $1bn+).
Divido (http://divido.com/) is a well funded, young and fast growing tech company that let customers spread the cost of any purchase over a period of time while the retailer gets paid in full, right away. Retailers that start to offer instalments as a payment option increase sales by up to 25%. Divido already work with brand such as BMW, Lenovo and HTC.
We have a great product, and a great team, but don't take our word for it! Check out our reviews:
Our vision is to build the future of payments and we would like to invite you along on this journey, buckle up and get in touch!
What you will do:
You will be a part of the Front End team building interfaces and products for both our Merchants and End consumers. You will get to improve existing projects as well as start on new ones.
The ideal developer will be creative, passionate, organised with an inquisitive mind. There are great opportunities to grow in the company and to learn from your team mates.
Some work will also include working with backend technologies, and attending meetings as required, both internal and potential client-facing.
- Experience with modern JS frameworks such as React
- HTML5 , CSS3
- Experience with Git
- Experience with PHP
- Experience working in an Agile environment
- Good eye for design
- Familiar with TDD
- Experience working remotely
UK based applicants only please. No overseas applicants will be considered
- Become a shareholder in the company, shape our future
- Performance based bonus
- 28 days holiday (incl bank holidays)
- Onsite restaurant/cafe
- Optional free team lunches, drinks, trips abroad, days out and networking with other tech start-ups