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16th Dec

Front End Developer / Engineer

— Leading Analytics Platform, Remote Working, Learn Clojure

Location:
Bath
Type:
Salary:
£30K-£50K
  • Leading Scale-Up Serving the Sports Industry.
  • Work with React, PostgreSQL and learn Clojure + ClojureScript.
  • Leading analytics provider for sports using an AI-driven platform.

A start-up whose revenue has doubled year on year are flying in their industry and set to triple this year! Due to their ongoing success, they are looking to build out a HQ in Bath with teams of Developers/Engineers, Data Scientists, Computer Vision Developers and more. This is a great opportunity to join a growing team in a business that encourages collaboration and suggestions of new tech to help propel growth. 

What experience you’ll need

  • SQL and Postgres knowledge OR good Clojure skills OR JavaScript/TypeScript experience with React are ideal. 
  • Experience with other technologies and the ability to upskill in above tech would be considered. 
  • You will be motivated to learn other languages and develop yourself by staying up to date with emerging languages and tech. 
  • An interest in emerging languages and progressive tech.
  • You’ll enjoy working with other people and be a team player.
  • Ability to work and communicate with your team remotely.
  • Agile experience is a bonus.
  • Understand the importance of developing clean code.

What you’ll be doing

You will focus on developing their web-based analytics platform, built on a database of hundreds of millions of events captured from sports around the world. The platform provides tools and visualisations to explore various data, so you’ll need to be focussing on developing attractive and usable UI’s with great detail to ensure the product remains a leader in the industry. You’ll be using Clojure/ClojureScript regularly, so you’ll be training yourself up in this to begin with unless you already have experience, alongside this you’ll be using React for the front-end and PostgreSQL for open source database management. You will be joining a growing team of developers in Bath + a remote CTO (with 5 other developers in another country). It is key that you work to deadlines, collaborate with the team when you need to and also keep yourself up to date on market trends and progressive technologies, you are encouraged to bring your own ideas!

What you’ll get in return for your talents

The salary on offer is anywhere between £30K-£50K depending on your experience, alongside this you will have stock options, flexible/remote working opportunities, 25 days holiday, brand new office with the chance to work on some amazing technology in a company that just keeps getting better!

What’s next?

If you would like to find out more about this role then please get in touch or share your CV with Sarah – sarah@adlib-recuitment.co.uk I 01179269530

 

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