Front-End Developer (HTML/CSS/Javascript)

JBS Executive Education Ltd

Cambridge, UK

JBS Executive Education Ltd offers a wide range of open enrolment and customised programmes. These programmes are designed for organisations, business professionals, managers, leaders, and executives from a wide variety of business sectors who strive for professional and personal growth. Programmes are developed to help executives and organisations from both the private and the public sectors achieve operational excellence and results. The Psychometrics Centre is hosted by the Cambridge Judge Business School and the role is administered in JBS Executive Education Ltd. The University of Cambridge Psychometrics Centre is seeking to recruit a creative and experienced front-end developer, to support its dynamic academic and commercial research projects. The individual will work closely with the chief software engineer and the business development team to support product development strategy and contribute creative flair to the Centre’s online tools and interfaces, many of which are used by millions worldwide. You will have demonstrable experience in developing front-end applicants and user interfaces in a professional working environment and strong knowledge of JavaScript/TypeScript with Angular JS. You will have the ability to write semantic HTML5 mark-up and output CSS3 with SASS/LESS pre-processors and comfortable using graphics software (e.g. Adobe Photoshop) for design, mock-ups and templating. This is a fixed term post until March 2019 in the first instance. The post is based in Central Cambridge. Candidates are asked to complete the CHRIS/6 cover sheet (parts 1 and 3) available on the website and send it, with a full curriculum vitae and a covering letter explaining your interest in the position and how your experience would help you to fulfil the role, to Petya Dimitrova, HR Coordinator, Cambridge Judge Business School, Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1AG, or email [email protected] Further information is available from the web site: Closing date for applications is 16 March 2017

Salary range £30,000 — 38,000