Available for immediate hire 60 day commitment


Remoteli's Front-End Developers are experts in crafting immersive and responsive user experiences across web and mobile platforms. They excel in translating design concepts into interactive and visually appealing interfaces. With their proficiency in front-end technologies and frameworks, our Front-End Developers deliver engaging digital experiences that captivate users and elevate your brand.

40 hours (per week)

full time subscription
£2,995.00 + VAT per month

20 hours (per week)

part time subscription
£1,945.00 + VAT per month

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HTML, CSS, and JavaScript: Mastery of core web technologies for structuring content, styling layouts, and adding interactivity.

Text Editors and Integrated Development Environments: Proficiency in tools like Visual Studio Code, Sublime Text, or Atom for writing and managing code.

Version Control Systems: Skill in using Git and platforms like GitHub or GitLab for version control and collaborative development.

Front-End Frameworks and Libraries: Familiarity with front-end frameworks like React, Angular, or Vue.js, along with related libraries and components.

CSS Preprocessors: Understanding of CSS preprocessors like Sass or Less for efficient styling and maintaining consistent styles.

Responsive Design Tools: Familiarity with responsive design tools like Flexbox and CSS Grid for creating flexible layouts.

Browser Developer Tools: Proficiency in using browser developer tools for debugging, inspecting elements, and monitoring network activity.

Package Managers: Knowledge of package managers like npm or Yarn for installing and managing front-end dependencies.

UI/UX Design Tools: Basic understanding of design tools like Adobe XD, Sketch, or Figma for collaborating with designers and implementing UI/UX designs.

Task Runners and Build Tools: Familiarity with tools like Webpack, Gulp, or Grunt for automating build processes, optimising assets, and managing tasks.

Testing Frameworks: Basic knowledge of testing frameworks like Jest, Mocha, or Jasmine for writing and running unit tests.

Browser Compatibility Tools: Awareness of tools like BrowserStack or CrossBrowserTesting for testing web applications across different browsers.

Responsive Testing Tools: Proficiency in tools like Chrome DevTools or responsive design testing websites for testing and optimising responsive layouts.

Code Versioning Tools: Understanding of collaborative code versioning tools and platforms like GitLab, Bitbucket, or SourceForge.

Web Accessibility Tools: Basic knowledge of accessibility tools like aXe or Lighthouse for evaluating and improving web accessibility.

Performance Analysis Tools: Familiarity with tools like Google PageSpeed Insights or Lighthouse for assessing web performance.

Content Management Systems: Basic understanding of integrating front-end designs into popular CMS platforms like WordPress or Drupal.


User Interface Development: Create visually appealing and responsive user interfaces using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript that enhance user experience.

Web Technologies: Proficiency in HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript, and awareness of modern front-end frameworks like React, Angular, or Vue.js.

Cross-Browser Compatibility: Ensure consistent functionality and appearance of web applications across different browsers and devices.

Responsive Design: Develop responsive layouts and designs that adapt seamlessly to various screen sizes and orientations.

User Experience Design: Collaborate with designers to translate UI/UX designs into interactive web elements that align with user needs.

Performance Optimization: Optimise web performance by minimising page load times, reducing unnecessary code, and optimising assets.

Browser Developer Tools: Skill in using browser developer tools for debugging, inspecting elements, and monitoring network activity.

Version Control Systems: Proficiency in using Git and platforms like GitHub or GitLab for version control and collaborative development.

Front-End Frameworks and Libraries: Familiarity with front-end frameworks like Bootstrap, Material-UI, or Semantic UI to expedite development.

Web Accessibility: Understanding of web accessibility standards (WCAG) to ensure that web applications are usable by people with disabilities.

API Integration: Basic knowledge of integrating with back-end APIs to retrieve and display dynamic data on the front-end.

Code Testing and Quality Assurance: Familiarity with testing frameworks like Jest, Mocha, or Jasmine for writing unit tests and ensuring code quality.

Task Runners and Build Tools: Basic understanding of tools like Webpack, Gulp, or Grunt for automating build processes and tasks.

Responsive Typography: Proficiency in working with responsive typography, choosing appropriate fonts, sizes, and line heights.

Single Page Applications: Understanding of building SPAs using front-end frameworks, enabling seamless navigation and dynamic content loading.

Animation and Interaction: Knowledge of CSS animations, transitions, and JavaScript libraries (e.g., GreenSock) for adding interactive elements.

Continuous Learning: Stay updated with evolving front-end technologies, tools, and best practices to deliver innovative user experiences.

How it works



Find the service and select the package best for you. Enter your company details and set up a payment method.



We will arrange an onboarding video call where you can will discuss expectations and meet your assigned employee and their manager.



Integrate your new Remoteli team into your company culture. Get to know your them, provide training materials and assign them tasks to get started in their new roles.



Our dedicated team takes proactive accountability for their roles, constantly striving for excellence and delivering phenomenal results.

Onboarding is made simple with Remoteli, once you subscribe you will be contacted within an hour to welcome you and arrange a convenient time for you to meet your new assistant.

No, you simply pay your subscription fee only. We cover all additional costs such as annual leave, sick pay, pension contributions and employee benefits.

We encourage frequent communication between clients and assistants by video calls, email and/or slack. Tasks can be set directly on Remoteli's task management system or by assigning new tasks on a shared document or in your weekly update.

We encourage our clients to prepare an initial task list or job specification prior to the onboarding call, this will help give clear direction for the assistant and ensure they can begin performing immediately.

Our assistants are available to work within your company working hours. As Ghana is in the GMT timezone we can support standard business hours without requiring our staff to work unsociable hours.

Yes, our assistants all have excellent written and verbal English skills, we even have some bi-lingual assistants who can support French speaking clients too.

Our assistants are all based in our Operations Office in Accra, Ghana. Even though we support remote working for our clients, we felt that our team needed a team environment and culture to thrive.

Remoteli is focused on hiring the best candidates available in Ghana and supporting graduates, meaning every assistant has a university degree and a minimum of 3 years of working experience in a similar role.

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We have a talent pool of over 7,000 people. So if you have a specific requirement not covered by the options above, let us know and we will see if we can find the right person.
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