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Are you a solid Intermediate or low-end Senior level and looking for a step up?
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My client, a leading digital engagement agency, is looking for a driven, organised, dynamic and talented strong Intermediate or Senior Front End / Full-stack Developer to join their growing team. This candidate is hands-on, with strong experience designing and building solutions for diverse requirements across web and data.
As an integral part of a busy team, this candidate will be responsible for designing and building solutions for diverse requirements across web and data. They will be a true team player, solutions focused, eager to share knowledge, and are calm under pressure. They take pride in their work, are a confident communicator and aren't afraid to think outside immediate deliverables or the current or comfortable tech stack for the BEST solution.
This role has loads of opportunity to further develop skills and experience as a developer. Growth opportunities in this agency are endless and mentoring is readily available!
• 5+ years’ experience
• Proven Front-End or Full-stack Development experience
• Can work with Git, continuous integration, continuous deployment
• Confident working with Back End and Full Stack team members to create integrated solutions
• Experience with deploying solutions to live environments
• Experience developing for API-driven solutions
• Experience developing for mobile first / responsive (both Android and iOS)
• Confident working in an Agile environment
• Ability to understand technology regardless of platform
• Ability to identify and integrate 3rd party services and frameworks to speed delivery, enhance the final solution and de-risk a project
• Experience with .Net, Umbraco, Aure, NPM, Webpack, LESS, Sass is VERY advantageous
• Learn new technologies, be forward thinking and constantly evolve the companies offering
• Can apply proven design patterns to projects that are unfamiliar to you
• Tertiary - degree in Computer Science, Mathematics or Engineering (preferred)
Personality & Culture Fit:
• Passionate about new technology
• Likes to get stuck in and values quality and efficiency
• Pragmatic and able to adapt to a dynamic environment that is growing fast
• Great communication skills
• Collaborative mind
• Busy, growing, award-winning and dynamic workplace
• Auckland CBD fringe location
• Plenty of room for growth and mentoring
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Hi Alisha, Apologies for the error, thanks for pointing that out. We have corrected it.
You've written "The Yellow pencil went to Colenso for the Spark Kopu app in the User Experience Design (UX) category." It's spelled "Kupu", not "Kopu".
What was that? Theres goes some time i'll never get back.
I wonder what happened here? How can an agency and client get it this wrong, when it's so obvious to everyone else that the energy/tone/idea isn't right? Yes a team can go down a rabbit warren sometimes and despite their ...
To be honest, I normally see the comments here as full of agendas and games, but in this case I think everyone would agree. What happened?! Instant Kiwi should be kiwi fun, not tedious yarns from weird NZers...
If you un-earthed hundreds of great stories about how people play, why didn't you tell them? These are dead boring. Tedious. Where's the excitement, the fun attitude, the prize?!
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