Senior Front End Developer - CSS3 / HTML5£40k – £65k
LendInvest is one of the top FinTech companies in the UK, and the world's largest peer-to-peer (P2P) marketplace for real estate mortgages. We are a loan originating beast as well as the lender.
We are looking for a new member of our front-end development team. We use the de facto industry standard tools like Grunt, Gulp, Sass, jQuery, AngularJS to build our apps, and design and user experience are critical.
You should have 3 or or more years commercial experience as a front-end web developer. We believe that attitude is as important as experience. The ideal candidate shows energy and the will to learn and to improve themselves.
If you think you've already learned everything then please stop reading now.
We're looking for a coder, not a designer, but we would love to hire someone with ideas and opinions about UI/UX who will help us continually improve our products.
A very good understand of HTML and HTML5;
A very good understanding of CSS and CSS3;
Working experience with jQuery, Underscore, lodash;
Understanding and experience of cross-browser issues;
Working experience designing an UX schema, starting from business requirements. Also with pen and paper;
Good taste in visual design (colors coupling, typography, spaces);
Think mobile first responsiveness; and
Nice to Have
Familiarity with Twig or a similar templating system (we use Twig)
Experience integrating with Symfony2 or other PHP applications
Working experience with Git, knowledge of bash or another shell
Some interest in NodeJs and the modern front-end workflow
Understanding of HTTP protocol
Experience in an Agile environment using SCRUM
Experience in Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
Experience in Adobe Illustrator
Love for technology
Love for design
LendInvest at a glance
LendInvest focuses on Financial Services, Finance, Finance Technology, Fin Tech, and Marketplace Lender. Their company has offices in London and Luxembourg. They have a large team that's between 201-500 employees. To date, LendInvest has raised $99M of funding; their latest round was closed on September 2018.