Graduate Front-End Developer - £25K - £37K
- Back Piccadilly, Manchester, UK
Playtech – Global leader in gaming platforms and content
Our team of 6,000+ in 20 countries provides the most innovative solutions in the industry.
Our Manchester offices host the leading supplier of management systems to the bricks-and-mortar casino industry. We provide the platforms that run the leading casinos and resorts from Monte Carlo to Mendoza, Santiago to Sochi, Manila to Marrakesh and Saigon to Salford.
We are looking to expand our team with talented individuals who can help us continue to disrupt this dynamic industry, with cleverly designed solutions and leading-edge technology.
You will be working as part of a product-oriented, cross-functional team building a suite of greenfield applications which will revolutionise bricks-and-mortar casinos.
Working with experts in the casino industry, front-end development, UX, systems engineering and automation, you will help to connect every user, device and system in the casino to drive unique business value for our partners.
In this role, we would expect you to be:
A contributor to our innovative Angular (11+) and Vue.js projects
Eager to learn about our business domain and emerging technology
A team player who is adaptable and able to work with a wide range of people and problems
Should you wish, you will have the opportunity to travel and engage with the users of the system.
Our main strength is the diversity of our team and the variety of backgrounds we represent.
We want you to bring your personality and perspective to help us drive our business forward.
For this role, we expect:
Experience building web-based applications
Experience programming with TypeScript
A skilled problem solver who works well with other people and is committed to the cause
The following would be desirable:
Experience with at least one modern front-end framework (e.g. Angular, React)
At Playtech diversity and inclusion is a priority for us and we are an equal opportunities employer, all applications will be considered regardless of race, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity and religion.