Senior Front End Developer 

at DEPT®

Dublin

Front End Developer 

We are one of Europe’s biggest and fastest growing digital agencies, offering global brands the digital and interactive experiences they desire through the creative ability of our 2500+ employees.

We’re looking for a Senior Front End Developer to join our Dublin team. We offer great flexibility on remote working and working from home and have a very open and honest culture. Go check our site, social channels and online reviews :) 

Within this Senior Front End Developer role you will have the opportunity to work within a digital agency with a wonderful, open culture made up of innovative individuals creating beautifully crafted software for companies like Diageo, Adidas, Spotify etc.

This role is an expansion role and a reflection on the huge company growth we have been experiencing through continued success. 

 

YOUR ROLE & THE ROLE

  • Building beautifully crafted front end software
  • A JavaScript / TypeScript expert
  • Reactjs and the React ecosystem, we know it's big and don’t expect you to know it all. We make use of a lot of the modern features and we are big fans of Nextjs.
  • We have some projects also running in Vuejs, if you’re a Vuejs expert who is open to dabbling in React as well then this could be suitable.
  • If you’re stronger on the HTML / CSS side of things then there is plenty of work available here too.
  • You’ll get to work alongside an expert team of designers who are intouch with trends in UI / UX approaches.
  • We use as much automation as possible across deployments, QA, Devops etc. You’ll get exposure to a range of tech here.
  • We love using new tools and tech, to help support your professional development we’re very open and supportive to you taking courses and training on how to improve in your professional life.

 

WE OFFER

  • Generous package 
  • Open culture
  • A chance to work with the best digital minds in Ireland and globally
  • Opportunities to develop your skills at one of the fastest growing digital agencies in Europe
  • Regular team outings



WHO ARE WE?

We are DEPT®, one of Europe’s biggest digital agencies, offering full service digital experiences for our clients.. From our offices across Europe and the US, over two thousand of the most talented and experienced people in our industry combine diversity, creativity, technology and data to deliver digital products and services that build brands, grow businesses and make people’s lives easier.

DEPT® is built on a diverse mix of personalities. Working together, testing ourselves, getting better every day. Working at DEPT® is about giving you the space to do what you're good at, and giving you the room to get ever better. DEPT® loves people that take responsibility, not orders. We nurture raw talent, support each other and coach you to be the best you can be. 

We are B Corp certified and big believers in giving back to the community, the environment, our staff and helping the world in many different ways.

But enough about us. Get in touch, send some samples of your best work and tell us about yourself!




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