JavaScript Developer - Fintech, London

Job Title: JavaScript Developer - Fintech, London
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Salary: £40000.00 - £70000.00 per annum
Reference: BBBH20514_1547116081
Contact Name: Ben Chan
Contact Email:
Job Published: January 10, 2019 10:28

Job Description

JavaScript Developer - Fintech - London

Key terms - JavaScript/HTML/CSS/React/Vue/Redux/D3js/Redux/AI/Market risk/Computer Simulation


The company is a fintech specialising in developing computer simulated risk modelling solutions for businesses, including top investment banks.

The company are disrupting financial services using AI to influence decisions across trading, lending, and risk management. The software is unique, as it models the behaviour of customers in a secure manner.

The Role:

You will be joining a team as an experienced JavaScript Developer, where you will play a crucial role in developing their latest data visualisation platform utilising ReactJS. You will be working collaboratively with UX designers, a backend team and business users to gather their requirements and turn them into technical solutions.

You will be a specialist in using React, and have experience working with VueJS and Redux. Previous backend experience is not a necessary requirement.

You will work with a closely knit team who are passionate about coding, hardworking and enjoy a work-life balance in a lively, fun environment.

Key Technical Skills:

  • Excellent JavaScript, React skills
  • Experience working with Redux and VueJS
  • Knowledge or experience working with WebGL and D3.js is advantageous
  • Very knowledgeable with JavaScript frameworks
  • Excellent at team work, leadership and communication skills

This is an opportunity to advance your React experience in a tech-driven fin-tech, allowing you to grow your leadership capabilities. You will play a vital role in creating an industry-changing project, whilst deepening your domain knowledge in market risk.

If you are interested in this role, please get in touch.