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Front End Developer, Lyon



Lyon, France 

Job Category:

Information Technology


€31.00 - €35.00 per hour

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Job Description:

Seeking applications for a “Front-End Developer" for a company that can offer you excellent career development prospects.
Job Reference:1505
Job Title: Front-End Developer 
Job Type: 3-4 Months Contract 
Location: Lyon, France
Language: Fluent English and French 
Company/Client Information: 
Our client is a leading IT solutions organization, servicing customers in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. It offers services in Application Development and Maintenance, Enterprise Solutions including Managed Services and Business Process Outsourcing to enterprise in the Financial Services, Travel & Transportation, Manufacturing/Distribution, and Government sectors. Our domain strengths, new approaches to customer experience management robust outsourcing capabilities, and dual-shore delivery model, have made it a preferred IT partner to over 220 clients across 16 countries in these select verticals. With a talent pool of about 8000 professionals, they follow global standards of software development processes.
Position Overview/Role outline:
·         SharePoint 2013 development ( Desired )
·         ASP.Net
·         HTML5 / CSS3, javascript, Wijmo, KendoUI, Knockout
·         Ability to clearly and accurately document development
·         Good communication skill in English
·         Team work and agile methodology
"This vacancy is being advertised by Skiliantech Limited trading as SkillRecruit which acts as an Employment Agency for the supply of permanent workers or an Employment Business for the supply of temporary workers".

Employment Type:

Full time
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