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What’s in it for you?

  • No Dress code
  • Work 5 days a week.
  • Paid leave for 21 days a year
  • Very relaxed working conditions
  • The office is walking distance from CST station
  • Play multiplayer first person shooter games on fridays with colleagues and friends in office
  • Free Tea/Coffee and snacks

Frontend developers

As a  frontend developer at astech you will be responsible for converting designs provided by our awesome clients into cross-browser and responsive html/css and then converting that design to a functional wordpress website. You’ll also be responsible for integrating and writing the javascript that powers the design. You should be great at building web pages from scratch. Knowledge of  jQuery, Git, the bootstrap framework and wordpress will be preferred.

Javascript developers

As a javascript developer you’ll be responsible for creating frontend application using angular-js or similar frameworks. You’ll be working with an amazing team of frontend developers to package javascript applications in phonegap to be deployed on iOS and android. You will need to have experience in integrating different third party APIs using js to provide functionality to our websites and apps. Experience with  frontend development frameworks, jQuery and Git will be a bonus.

How to apply:
Send an email to careers@astechsolutions.in with an updated resume.

Contact Phone:
Sanat – 9821353372

Office Address:
Jesia House, 3rd Floor, Room No. 10,

137/139 Modi Street, Fort,
Above Sundaram Stationary,
Mumbai – 400001

 

 

 

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