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* Job type: Permanent\n* Experience level: Senior \n* Role: Senior React Developer Location: \n* Location: United Kingdom - Remote\n* Industry: Agile Software Development \n* Company size: 1-10 People (growing)\n\nPassionate about web development? Have plenty of experience working in React and JavaScript with a proven track record delivering large scale systems? Looking for a challenging role to help architect, design and build a cutting-edge React application?\n\nWe need an ambitious, motivated and talented developer to join our team building the next generation of software aimed at the not-for-profit sector.\n\nWe are a n3o - A UK based startup with a distributed development team.\n\n**What we're looking for:** \n\nWe are looking for a **React JS developer** to work alongside the backend team on our CRM system. You will be working as part of a globally distributed team so this role is open to candidates based **anywhere in the UK**. This takes a high level of motivation and the ability to self-manage. This role requires excellent written and verbal English communication skills and the ability to communicate professionally with both technical and non-technical people.\n\nThe role is unique in that not only will you be working with exciting technology and a talented & enthusiastic team, you have the chance to be part of something truly worthwhile developing software that **helps not-for-profits do more to help some of the most vulnerable people in the world**. We want you to be as excited about this prospect as the rest of the team are!\n\n**Salary**: Β£40,000 - Β£50,000 \n\n**Perks**: Working hours: Flexible. Friendly team and value-led organisation, generous training allowance, 22 days holiday & regular staff meet-ups\n\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n **Suitable candidates will have:**\n\n* Experience in modern JavaScript (ES7+)\n\n* Have extensive experience in React, Redux and the React ecosystem\n\n* Be knowledgeable on the design of REST APIs and modern microservice architecture\n\n* Have strong HTML / CSS skills\n\n* Have experience with one or more JavaScript test frameworks\n\n* Experience in Ant Design is desirable\n\n* Previous experience working on a large React app\n\n* A strong portfolio of previous work that they are able to share\n \n\n# Requirements\n**About n3o**\n\nWe were founded in 2005 in the UK and have spent the last 14 years developing bespoke software for some of the UK’s largest charities. We are now working to build a suite of applications aimed at helping charities across the globe face the challenges of managing their donors, prospects, donations, projects and beneficiaries. The team is **globally distributed** with staff in the UK and our new development hub in Pakistan contributing to the design and build of our Azure-hosted offering.\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n50600 - 63000/year\n\n\n#Location\nUnited Kingdom

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