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Angular 2.0 Developer – You miss responsibility in your current position?

Amsterdam
€4000-4500€

You care a lot about your working environment?

A gym in the office would be awesome? Combined with healthy lunch freshly prepared every day by an in-house chef - something similar to this ;)

This is just a few examples of an awesome benefits list this company is offering you.

They do not only care about your health but offer enough distraction to relax from work. A games room offers you the opportunity to switch off and have fun with your colleagues.

To push the great team spirit regular summer BBQ’s and parties are organized on their roof terrace.

In terms of work a greenfield project would be your next challenge. You take responsibility to set up the codestack, define best practices and make decision on product development.

You should be a developer whose dedication is development. You read blogs, go to meetups, share code on github and keep up to date with the latest trends. This does not necessarily mean that you jump on every new technology, but you evaluate new trends and are able to consider pro’s and con’s

Recently you have been playing around with angular 2.0 and can’t wait to use it commercially?

Then you are the right match for this AngularJS Developer position.

 

Apply grit@thefrontendlab.com

  • When you want to reach Luke, he's there. He pays attention as if you are the only person he works with. He understands your needs and tries his best to find the best matching position for you. He's not only a recruiter but a good career coach and if I look for a job in the future, I will call him and you should do the same!

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  • Luke clearly has a deep understanding of the market. Also, I found him to be very unconcerned, which makes working with him very pleasant.

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  • Luke is the best recruitment person I have encountered. When I went to him, he immediately set himself apart from other recruiters by understanding the technical terms I mentioned and suggesting a job which actually matched my skills. He listened to what I wanted instead of trying to push me into a position; he also did not obfuscate information about the company. Still, he worked quickly, and I had my interview and a job offer in less than a week. After I had been with my new job for a few months, Luke checked in to see how the position was working out. He is certainly the first person I'd turn to for technical recruiting in the Netherlands.

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