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8th Nov

Full-Stack Developer

— FinTech, fully remote since 2009

100% Remote
£55K - £70K
  • Fully remote for 10+ years.
  • Multi-functional platform with an international client base. 
  • Weekly L&D sessions. 

This FinTech have been fully remote since 2009 with a small team based all across the UK so have been well-equipped to cope with the cultural shift over the last year. They have a core product which offers a very wide range of functionality as well as a newer business management platform in the life insurance space. With an international client base spread across Europe and the US, they’re now focusing on adding and improving features in their original product as well as growing the functionality offering of the new platform as it continues to build momentum in the market. 

What experience you’ll need

  • Full-Stack web development expertise with background in the MS stack.
  • Well-versed with C#.Net, ASP.Net, .Net Framework. 
  • Proficiency in HTML, CSS, JSON, Webpack, JavaScript/TypeScript. 
  • Experience using VueJS (Vuex, Vuetify would be useful). 
  • Style pre/post processors (LESS), BEM. 
  • REST APIs, OO programming. 
  • Any cloud experience (AWS, EC2, Aurora, Route53 etc.) would be beneficial.  
  • MS SQL, MySQL, SQL Querying. 

What you’ll be doing

Joining a small team of full-stack developers you will support the business in adding and enhancing features/functionalities to the 2 products they offer, covering the full-stack but leaning more towards the front-end, offering an eye for design and seamless UI/UX. Some tasks include establishing requirements, implementing and testing new features, bug fixing,creating new features from scratch, working on their AWS cloud infrastructure and being involved in peer reviewing others' code. They work with Vue on the front-end so you’ll need to be comfortable using it, as well as helping to build on their component library by producing efficient and re-usable code. 

What you’ll get in return for your talents

Flexibility, learning and personal development is engrained into the culture. They spend Friday afternoons doing R&D and meet up in Bristol once a year to talk through everyone’s achievements, goals and ambitions for the following year. Conferences are encouraged, everyone gets a PluralSight subscription and you’re given a 2-hour slot every week to study what you’d like to. They offer 26 days holiday which increases year-on-year and flexible hours within a 37.5hr week. With ambitious growth plans and lots more lined up to drive their product offering forward, this is not one to miss out on!

What’s next?

Sound like your role? Drop Becca @ ADLIB a message to find out more!

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Who's managing this role?

Becca Thomson

Becca Thomson

— Recruiter Technology (London)

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