Front-End Developer - London, Clerkenwell

Salary: c. £40,000 - £50,000

About the role

We are seeking an intelligent, motivated and forward thinking software developer to work on the Nestoria property search engine, and to help us continue serving millions of house hunters in nine countries and six languages.

As a web developer at Nestoria you will be responsible for the maintenance and continued improvement of our property search engine. We have a reputation for providing a fast and clean search experience to our users, allowing them to quickly find the properties which are the most relevant to them. We use modern web technologies and take things like responsive design, A/B testing and typography seriously.

Ideally you have some strong web development experience across a variety of platforms, and you are passionate about the latest innovations in the world of JavaScript, CSS and HTML.

About you

You have built websites using modern web development technologies. You have maintained a medium to large JavaScript code base. Perhaps you've used server-side frameworks such as Sinatra, Dancer, Rails or Django.

You want to take your front-end development career to the next level, by working on an exciting project which already uses these technologies to delight 10s of 1000s of visitors a day.



About us

We like to give something back to the technology communities we're involved in, and are especially keen on contributing to the Perl, JavaScript and Geo-spatial open source communities. We make our API available to developers, are frequent sponsors of relevant events and operate #geomob, a quarterly meet up for geo and mobile enthusiasts.

Want to learn more about the tech details? We have a developer blog at


On your first day at Nestoria you will find your desk ready with your choice of computer, keyboard, monitors etc. Every developer gets plenty of RAM, screens, and processing power to work with.

We like to give back to our team members. We invest time into expanding our collective knowledge through attending conferences and training days, and through our own internal tech talks where each week one engineer presents to the team about any subject.

Each developer in the team has an annual training budget allocated to them, and is expected to search out and suggest training opportunities. In 2014 our developers attended conferences in Sofia, Stockholm, Brussels, Oxford and London.

We have team lunches on the company around twice a month; they usually involve tucking into some tasty burritos, bánh mì, or pizza.

How to apply

Email your CV and salary expectations to