Frontend Developer (m/f/div)

You are passionate about JavaScript Frameworks, Template Engines, HTML and Styling? Then apply now and join our Frontend Team in Bucharest! Be part of the UDG family, the leading digital full service agency in Germany! Take the first step and join a company that believes in your talent and values your commitment.

  • Full-time
  • Ludwigsburg, Mainz, Bucharest
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What we offer.

We are proud to be a trusted partner for Bosch, Porsche, Telekom and Beiersdorf in all terms of digitalization - from innovative campaigns to state of the art technologies and high quality code

A multicultural team who ascend digitalization to a new level with you playing a decisive / crucial role for progressive innovation in our clients’ projects

Excellent support and outstanding onboarding by your motivating and inspiring colleagues.

Local benefits (drinks etc)..creating a compelling and rewarding work environment

What you do.

  • You are responsible for designing and implementing frontend technologies and web applications with the latest web tools (in agile scrum projects)
  • Responsive web design f.e. with twitter bootstrap

What you've got.

  • You are passionate about frontend technology like HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript and you are experienced in responsive web design
  • Relevant professional experience and ideally a degree in computer science or a similar education
  • You impress with high code quality, your clearly structured and innovative knowledge of software architecture and -design as well as your fluent English proficiency
Sounds good? Apply Now

Anika Baukmann
Human Relations Recruiting


T +49 6131 57609 - 6600
M Anika.Baukmann@udg.de

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An island of talent in the middle of the Rhine. Mainz.

Cigarettes, ladies' hats and underwear were once produced here. Today it runs like a digital clock. 125 colleagues sharing a roof terrace, a foosball table, and a refrigerator full of cola in the old barrel warehouse at the customs port in the middle of the Rhine. What's most important for us at the end of a job well done is three rousing Helau's! Eh Klar?

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