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SaaS based Network, Investment platform

Front End Developer

₹8L – ₹15L • 0.05% – 0.2%
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Description:

We are looking for Angular developers with greater than 2 years of Angular6+ experience, familiar with material design.

We are looking for colleagues who have a keen interest and basic understanding of general design principles. An important deliverable expected is strict adherence to given design in the final application / component made. We like people who own the delivery and ensure high fidelity output.


Responsibilities:

1. Delivering high performing responsive modules and components for mobile and desktops.
2. Writing robust code following standard coding guidelines
3. Interacting with designers and other developers during the development cycle, to understand requirements fully and taking the project to completion on time.


Required Skills:

1. Proficiency with Angular (version 4 or higher). Adherence to best practices and commonly used modules based on work experience
2. Familiarity with Material Design.
3. Good grasp of HTML5, CSS & JS
4. Professional, precise communication skills.
5. Working knowledge of git.
6. Experience with front end testing frameworks is a plus.

PrivateCircle at a glance

SaaS based Network, Investment platform

PrivateCircle focuses on Private Equity and Investors. Their company has offices in Bengaluru. They have a small team that's between 11-50 employees.

You can view their website at https://privatecircle.co

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