Shopify Developer (React)

Greater London Permanent £70000.00 - £750000.00 per annum

Frontend Developer – React/Shopify

£70 000.00 – £75 000.00 per annum

We have partnered with an award-winning digital agency, who are working with some of the top brands in the world at the moment. They are located in London, New York, and Sydney.

Their main focus is to create brands for influencers around the world and some of the sectors they are busy working in are the following: branding, manufacturing, logistics, production, brand creation, e-commerce, advertising, online sales, stock management, shipping, website building, digital marketing, product photography, and fulfillment.

The role involves proven experience working with cloud-based infrastructures to support websites or applications, and hands-on experience in frontend development, backend development. You have significant experience implementing and architecting solutions in Shopify. You have experience in complimentary technologies/tools such as React.js and Figma.

Location: London based office (1-2 days a week in the office)

Salary range: £70K – £75K

If this sounds like something, you would be interested in please reach out to me on my email at ehartman@welovesalt.com.

Job Information

Job Reference: JO-2210-327818
Salary: £70000.00 - £750000.00 per annum
Salary per: annum
Job Duration:
Job Start Date: 30/11/2022
Job Industries: Software Engineering Jobs
Job Locations: Greater London
Job Types: Permanent

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