Blockchain Front End Developer

# of Openings
Position Type
Permanent Full-Time

Role Description

FNZ is assembling a unique team to Innovate the Asset Management Industry utilising Distribute Ledger Technology.

We are looking for high performing people who can function collaboratively as part of a small team.


The Front-end Javascript Developer Will Have Be Someone Who

  • Wants to build an industry-changing blockchain product
  • Can take ownership from the get-go and work with minimal guidance
  • Ideally has experience of building enterprise applications in Financial Services
  • Has experience and a proven track record building beautiful and powerful single-page apps
  • Significant experience shipping production code.
  • Experience within finance and/or insurance is a plus however candidates from all industries will be considered.



  • Communicate with designers, back-end developers and business users to produce well-written user interface with great UX
  • Work with the technical and commercial team to make technical decisions and consolidate product delivery
  • Primarily, to deliver the product a number of clients ranging from SMEs to large corporates

Experience Required

  • Strong background in Linux/Unix Administration.
  • Knowledge and understanding of AGILE and DESIGN THINKING
  • Experience working with configuration management solutions.
  • You have a passion for learning new technologies.
  • You believe that communication/collaboration is one of the most important point in DevOps culture.
  • Good knowledge of scripting languages (knowledge of Java is a plus).
  • Good knowledge of best practices for web-scale infrastructure.
  • Good knowledge of container solutions.
  • Experience working with cloud solutions (AWS or GCP)
  • Experience working with collocated deployments
  • Experience working with, or knowledge of, the bitcoin protocol.
  • Knowledge of continuous integration systems.
  • Significant experience with JavaScript, HTML 5, CSS3 (existing projects on GitHub or elsewhere)
  • Has experience of web paradigms such as REST, WebSockets
  • Good knowledge of modern JavaScript (ES6+) without frameworks
  • Build and automation tools such as Gulp & Webpack
  • Excellent knowledge of browser networking, performance and the latest DOM APIs
  • Good knowledge and experience writing large/complex CSS, with pre-processors
  • Experience building UIs for Financial Services industry
  • Server-side Node.js experience
  • Experience in distributed ledgers, decentralized applications and blockchain platforms such as Ethereum and Hyperledger

About FNZ

FNZ is a global financial technology and asset servicing provider which powers the wealth management, administration and custodian platforms for some of the world's leading financial institutions. These customers include life insurers, retail and private banks, asset and wealth managers and financial adviser groups based across the UK, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.


We believe that enhancing client engagement, lowering costs, delivering a seamless service and enabling personal solutions are key to helping people achieve their financial goals. We partner with major financial institutions to enable them to provide wealth management services to their clients across direct, intermediated and workplace channels that reflect these principles.


We develop long-term partnerships with our customers to enable them to get to market quickly with a market-leading digital proposition, transform their customer service offering and grow assets under management across multiple distribution channels.


Our customers include AMP, ANZ, Aviva, AXA Wealth, Bank of New Zealand, Fideuram Vita, HSBC, Mercer, National Australia Bank, HSBC, Santander, Santander Asset Management, Standard Life, UBS and Zurich.  In all we partner with 42 institutional customers worldwide. 


FNZ employs over 1,000 people with offices in Edinburgh, London, Bristol, Brno (Czech Republic), Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney, Melbourne and Wellington.


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