Junior Front End Designer/Developer

Location: Central Bristol

Apply with covering letter and CV to jobs@learnsci.co.uk

Salary: 21k - 28k

We’re looking to recruit a new member to our growing team. We use the latest web technologies to produce outstanding interactive e-learning materials. The work you do will be seen by thousands of students worldwide.

We’re looking for someone with a graphics / design background who would like to add to their skills by learning to create web based e-learning interactions.

Our projects cover a wide range of learners from primary school children to postgraduate students and on topics from genetics to nanotechnology.


  • A passion for the web and desire to work with emerging technologies

  • Critical thinking, a fast learner with interest in coding and technology

  • Some experience or understanding of design, illustration or animation

  • Good communication skills and work well as part of a team

  • Some experience with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript or another language

  • Examples of your awesome work (Portfolio, CodePen, GitHub etc)


  • An interest in science, technology and learning

  • Experience of UI/UX and interface design

  • SVG or knowledge of capable editor e.g Illustrator

  • Experience with Git, NodeJS, Bash, Linux

  • Experience with: Angular, Vue, Greensock

About Learning Science

Developers at Learning Science can choose their preferred OS, development tools, and enjoy real input into the technological choices of new projects they are involved in, such as dependencies, frameworks, build tools and more.

Our offices are on Park Street in the heart of Bristol, close to the shops, cafes, parks and waterfront. We think it makes sense to embrace flexible working and we like to keep things friendly and relaxed as we go about looking after our excellent customers and developing innovative products and services.

The company was established in 2007 and although we can’t claim to know everything about learning technologies and STEM education, we’ve been working intensively in this area for a long time. You don’t need a PhD in astrophysics to work here but having an interest in science and technology would be great.