Principal Angular Developer (contract)

Greater London Contract / 3 months £500 - £550.00 per day

PRINCIPAL / LEAD WEB DEVELOPER (Angular) | 3-month contract | Outside IR35

You should be an established Lead Angular Web Developer and practitioner of the latest web technologies; building best-in-class web applications, serving users on the modern web landscape, whatever that may be.


  • Hands-on development on medium to large scale projects.
  • Expect a 70/30 split for hands-on development time and team lead activities.
  • Work closely with others to ensure good collaboration across all disciplines and to facilitate the solving of day-to-day challenges.
  • Collaborate, coach and mentor other team members whilst maintaining high levels of productivity.
  • Understand client’s business goals and objectives in order to build the right technical solutions.
  • Minimise technical risk and ensure high-quality output.
  • Implement testing strategies and promote rapid but high-quality development practices.
  • Identify bottlenecks within delivery processes as they occur and be able to help influence behaviors within the team to help resolve these and protect the technical delivery.
  • Operating in Lean and Agile methodologies or Hybrid approaches.

You will be a self-starting technologist who can draw parallels across a technology landscape and isn’t restricted by a specific skill set, however below is a list of skill sets we would expect;


  • Expertise in Angular 9.0.0+.
  • Expertise of JavaScript design patterns, ES6, Typescript and Debugging.
  • Expertise in JavaScript Build tools and packagers.
  • Experience with, and able to draw parallels with other JS frameworks specifically REACT.
  • Experience with consuming, architecting and publishing reusable code, modules or libraries (npm) or Developing SDKs.
  • Expertise of CSS3 & SASS; Selectors & Hierarchy, Layouts, Responsive Design, Knowledge of Flexbox, and CSS Object Model.
  • Expertise in building web-applications using Responsive Design techniques.
  • Expertise in graphic rendering using HTML5.
  • Knowledge of Code performance and optimisation approaches and techniques.
  • Able to produce and run JavaScript unit tests.
  • Experience with NodeJS scripting and applications.
  • Experience working with and adapting CI/CD pipelines.


  • Experience building Design Systems, pattern libraries or SDKs.
  • Experience with Web APIs (Geo, Storage, Device features, and Service workers).


  • Computer Science Degree or equivalent industry experience.
  • 6+ years’ industry experience.
  • An advocate of Technical Delivery methodologies such as Agile (SCRUM & KANBAN) and opinion on the strengths of each, or Hybrid approaches.
  • Proven experience of Leading a team of developers.
  • Advocate for improvements to processes, quality, and security.
  • Analytical and positive mindset with a personable and professional approach.
  • Sharp attention to detail and a passion for new technology.
  • Be able to talk for Technology to Non-technical audiences such as clients, stakeholders, and non-technical team members (especially UX & Creative).
  • Be able to talk for Yourself, expressing opinions backed up by reasoned argument.

Please include your portfolio or github link. We would like to see your code.

This is a freelance opportunity for 2-3months.

Job Information

Job Reference: JO-2112-250017
Salary: £500 - £550.00 per day
Salary per: day
Job Duration: 3 months
Job Start Date: ASAP
Job Industries: Software Engineering Jobs
Job Locations: Greater London
Job Types: Contract

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