Salary:£30,960 per annum


Commutable From:Newcastle and London 50miles radius

Posted: 2024-05-01

Job End Date: 2024-07-31

Job Description
Are you a skilled and creative Web Design and Development professional looking to make a meaningful impact?

Join our innovative team at Renewable-Energy-Company UK Limited, trading as Genuine Property Development.

Working Hours: 37.5 hours per week
As a Web Design and Development Professional at Renewable-Energy-Company UK Limited, you will be responsible for: -Designing and overseeing renewable energy and sustainable development projects.

-Conducting site assessments and environmental impact evaluations.

- Collaborating with cross-functional teams to ensure project success.

- Ensuring compliance with industry regulations and sustainability standards.

- Providing technical expertise and solutions for green construction projects

- Bachelor’s degree in web design, Web Development, Computer Science, or a related field.
- Minimum of 1 year of practical experience in web design and development.

-Proficient in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and other relevant languages and frameworks.

- Strong portfolio showcasing previous web design and development projects.

- Excellent communication and teamwork skills.

Experience: Minimum of 1 year

If you are a passionate Web Design and Development Professional ready to contribute to cutting-edge digital projects in the renewable energy and property development sector, we invite you to apply. Be a part of our dedicated team and play a key role in creating impactful online experiences. To apply, please send your CV and portfolio to info@recuk.energy.

Renewable-Energy-Company UK Limited, trading as Genuine Property Development, is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and experiences.

Deadline for applications: 28 February 2024.

Join us in shaping the digital future of renewable energy and genuine property development!

Have Questions? Call Us 800-001-658

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