Junior front end web developer

Fantastic opportunity with Delineo, one of the North West’s leading full service marketing agencies, based in City Centre Manchester. You’re either a recent graduate of a relevant discipline or self-taught...

You’re either a recent graduate of a relevant discipline or self-taught.

You’ll report directly to the Head of Development and work in a team with 2 other highly experienced Front End Developers who will all work with you to accelerate your skills growth.

You’ll have some commercial agency experience gained through permanent or temporary work and a portfolio of projects to demonstrate your skills.  Moreover you’ll be able to demonstrate a passionate interest for digital and a commitment to doing what it takes to get the job done.

We’re a good bunch of like-minded professionals with around 40 people at our Manchester office.

We hold regular company events, shut down over Christmas and everyone has their birthday as a holiday.

Stick around and you’ll qualify for increased holidays (holidays start at 24 days plus bank holidays) as well as health and pension benefits – we even have free parking!

Required skills & experience:

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Javascript
  • Experience of Front-End Frameworks, e.g. Bootstrap
  • Experience with Node.js: NPM, Grunt, Gulp
  • Worked on multiple web sites

Nice to haves:

  • Experience with Umbraco/.NET
  • Experience with WordPress/PHP

Salary range:

£18k to £24k subject to experience.

To achieve the higher level of the salary range, candidates will need to provide evidence of commercial experience within the areas of expertise listed above.  Any successful candidate without the required experience will start at the lower salary range but will see that increase on proving their value to the organisation.

How to apply:

Just email info@delineo.com with ‘Junior Front End Developer’ in the subject line, and attach your CV with links to your portfolio of work.

Please note that we can only get back to successful applicants.

No recruitment agencies please.