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Contract Front End Developer

  • Location: Milton Keynes
  • Sector: IT
  • Job type: Contract
  • Job reference: CLS581/21
  • Rate: £30 to £40 per hour
  • Closing Soon:
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Job description

Are you a Contract Front End Developer looking for your next opportunity?
Do you want to work with a client who specialise in bespoke machinery and are a rapidly growing company?

The Redline Group have an exciting opportunity for a Contract Front End Developer to join our rapidly growing client in Milton Keynes. Specialising in innovative and complete design solutions for clients, they have recently won a number of major projects and need assistance until end of December with possibility of extension.

We are looking for a Contract Front End Developer to work on the development of their HMI.

As the Contract Front End Developer, you will need:
- Experience with web development
- Javascript

To apply for the Contract Front End Developer based in Milton Keynes please contact Cathy Swain on 01582 878858 or via email at CSwain@RedlineGroup.Com quoting reference CLS581/21.

  • Closing Soon:
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