Frontend Developer

Website myhometouch HomeTouch

HomeTouch is the UK’s leading online destination to help families find trusted, quality and affordable care.

We’re looking for a talented frontend developer to join our small, tight-knit development team as Frontend Lead. Work at the heart of a smart team that has turned HomeTouch into the European leader of home care marketplaces since launching 15 months ago.

We’re at the beginning of turning the application from a proof of concept/MVP to a truly scaleable model, and you couldn’t be joining at a more exciting point!

We use agile scrum methodology and run weekly sprint cycles. The tech stack is a mixture of Bootstrap over Angular, React, etc. The application is currently undergoing a design refresh, which you’ll become a key part of.


  • Proficient with HTML5/CSS3/Javascript
  • Photoshop / visual design – skills crossing over into the visual design area
  • Interaction design – crossing into UX
  • Prototyping – paper, whiteboards, balsamiq, photoshop, sketch, invision, etc. – whatever works best for you and the team
  • CSS frameworks
  • JavaScript MV frameworks
  • JavaScript TDD/BDD
  • Understanding of application structures, technologies, workflows, development methodologies, etc.
  • Experience with mobile first approach philosophy
  • User testing

N.B. These have some flexibility for the right person


  • £40,000 – £50,000 annual salary plus share options
  • Permanent, full-time role with immediate start (as soon as you’re available)
  • Unlimited holiday (within reason)
  • Work from trendy startup offices with a rooftop terrace in the heart of Clerkenwell
  • Startup perks: choose your own equipment, benefit from a team entertainment budget, unlimited fruit and free Friday beers

Remote working option is possible for this role.

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