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Front End Developer
Title: Front End Developer logo #141851
Category: Web/UI/UX Design
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £45,000.00
Salary per: annum
Location: England, South East, Oxfordshire, Oxford
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Front End Developer - Creative Agency

Oxfordshire - up to $45K

If you see XHTML, SQL and C# as creative tools rather than a confusing jumble of letters then this could well be the role for you.

An exciting Oxfordshire based creative agency with a global reach is looking to add an experienced front end developer to its talented team. The agency offers a wide range of creative marketing solutions, from branding advice to content marketing strategies and creative design. The agency works with a wide range of iconic clients including Audi, Harley Davidson, Skoda and Volkswagen.

The agency is looking for a developer familiar with C# (3.5 over above), SQL server 2005 or above, XHTML, HTML5, CSS/LESS and JQuery. On top of this (while not a nessesity) the agency would highly value knowledge of Web API, MVC, Bootstap, Xamarin and AngularJS.

The Front-end developer would be expected to work closely with the development and accounts team to create web based systems, web applications, web sites, widgets and other digital requirements necessary for a successful campaign.

The agency offer a competitive salary and a wealth of other benefits. Add to this the welcoming attitude of its staff members and you have a great opportunity that you'll enjoy making the most of.
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