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Senior JavaScript Engineer - London (Permanent)

Location: London Country: UK Rate: Negotiable

Senior JavaScript Engineer - London

My client, a company pioneering cloud communications, are looking to recruit Senior JavaScript Engineers to join their team in London to assist with in-life maintenance, testing, debugging and documentation of deployed services, working on major, groundbreaking Real Time communications applications.


  • Working on different aspects of the core product and associated tools
  • Assistance of in-life maintenance, test, debug, documentation of services
  • Coding

Essential Experience

  • Server Side development focused on Back End services using Node.js
  • Experience of highly scalable API services and scaling within/across data centres
  • Expertise in Couchbase on large scale projects


  • Actor-based systems development (AKKA, Erlang, Elixir)
  • Degree educated in Computer Sciences

Senior JavaScript Engineer - London

Posted Date: 15 Oct 2019 Reference: JS/SB/JSE/LDN Employment Agency: Nexere Consulting Limited Contact: Simon Burgess