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HTML / CSS Developer (R&D)

HTML / CSS Developer (R&D)

  • Location

    Norwich

  • Industry:

    Software Development

  • Contract Type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £35k - 45k per year + bonus and other benefits

  • Contact:

    Hector Wheatley

  • Contact phone:

    .

  • Job ref:

    html343

  • Job Published:

    17 days ago

SoCode are working with a Norwich-based business who work with some of the leading brands across the globe. Their software and services help other businesses to make informed decisions relating to their online customers.

This role sits within the research and development team focus on finding new ways to add value to the business and their customers.

 Currently, they are a team of two people who are both technical with an appreciation of the commercial. they are used to balancing ideas off one another and have continued to do this successfully during the last few months of lockdown.

This is a chance for an engineer with exceptional HTML and CSS to join (and learn from) an experienced team and work across a variety of projects.

 You will be able, and encouraged, to add your own ideas into the mix and asked to help execute the existing ones efficiently. Due to their current capacity, your HTML and CSS ability will need to surpass the existing team members to be successful.

There will be countless opportunities to upskill and work on much more complex software (AI / ML-based, interactive content etc.) than you might be used to, however we would expect the successful candidate will have done some of this in their previous work.

if your portfolio has work in it that our client would want to implement, they would want to speak to you.

For more information you can email - Hector@Socode.co.uk to arrange a time to speak in further detail.

 Although we will consider applications from around the UK and potentially Europe there is still some internal discussion surrounding the implications of this.

Regardless we would expect at least some travel to the office in Norwich.