Fully-remote position (home working)

£30k - £45k + training and exposure to leading-edge technologies

Immediate Start

We are looking for a senior-level full-stack developer for our well-established and fast-growing technology company. We have a wide range of projects to become involved with, mostly involving SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) web applications, but ranging from traditional CMS and eCommerce websites through to cutting-edge real-time platforms and mobile applications.

You will become involved with both Agile and waterfall projects, working on mobile-first, cloud-first, and more. Our clients range from start-ups through to multi-nationals; blue-chips to governments; financial services to education; and everything in between. You will be part of a highly motivated team that all thrive in the remote working environment.

You will be a front-end JavaScript expert, able to write pure, elegant, high-performance JavaScript without any frameworks, but also able to use jQuery, Angular, React, etc. when needed. Ideally, you will be full-stack in some regard, having either JavaScript, PHP, or Python on the back-end. You should be expert in accessibility and performance optimisation.

This is an excellent opportunity with the potential for a long tenure, and plenty of chance for career progression.

You should be confident and competent in all of these, to a high level:

  • JavaScript, PHP (fully OO)
  • Git, Linux
  • High standard of written and spoken English

It would be great if you have experience with some of these, too:

  • Node.js, PHP, Python, Ruby
  • Laravel, Symfony2, ExpressJS, Ruby on Rails, Zend Framework
  • Good jQuery, Strong Angular.js, Angular Materials
  • PostgreSQL, RethinkDB, MongoDB
  • Magento, Drupal, Moodle
  • Responsive design, material design, UI/UX
  • Swagger, RESTful APIs
  • Jasmine, Mocha, Cucumber, Behat
  • Mobile apps
  • KVM, OpenStack
  • Writing specs and technical documentation
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