Full Stack Developer

Full-time Close Comms in Newport

Are you a developer looking for a challenge? If the answer is yes read on...

About Us

Close Comms are a team of talented people who think 'outside of the box', we use technology not just to get the job done, but to create beautifully crafted products that make a difference.

About the role

This role is a fantastic opportunity for candidates who wish to work on new and interesting technologies.

Working within a small, but growing, agile team of enthusiastic, passionate and like-minded developers, you’ll use cutting-edge technologies to deliver well-crafted, state-of-the-art solutions to a wide variety of large international clients.

Initially, you will be working on producing customer e-commerce platforms, utilising data from third-party APIs. You will be required to architect a suitable database, write RESTful APIs, using NodeJS and Typescript.

About you:

  • Friendly and like to help people
  • A flexible ‘Can Do’ attitude
  • Passionate and enthusiastic 
  • Someone who can recognise opportunities for continuous improvement and innovation.
  • You love learning and you're curious about what’s around you.
  • You're an advocate for design thinking and best user experience
  • You care about writing readable and well-structured code, while following best practices.


At least 3 years experience English speaker

Essential Skills

MySQL XML / JSON REST JavaScript NodeJS / TypeScript HTML / CSS Git

Desirable skills

JQuery React PHP Wordpress


  • 20 days holiday (plus bank holidays)
  • Pension
  • Good location and transport links
  • Free drinks and snacks
  • We also have a spacious building with a fully equipped kitchen area and 'chill out zone' with games, LED TV screens, arcade games consoles, sofas, bean bags, pool/football tables and more!
  • Flexible working scheme

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Published at 18-04-2018
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