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Senior Back-End Developer - Functional
— Brand-new product, progression to Tech Lead
- Very unique model with a brand-new booking system.
- Diverse tech stack utilising functional techniques.
- Flexible/remote working, amazing office, team events.
A start-up with sites across the EU and US offer a unique self-service model to people that has revolutionised the industry are on a growth mission which includes a Senior Back-End Developer. If you’re looking to be part of one of the most exciting start-ups to come out of the UK then this could be a great position for you.
What experience you’ll need
- Understanding of functional programming, open to Elixir, Scala, Rust, Clojure etc.
- Proven JVM or Ruby development experience.
- Knowledge of containerisation (Docker, Kubernetes).
- Continuous integration using CircleCI or similar.
- Cloud-native development experience, preferably with Heroku/AWS.
- Ability to work at senior level and act as technical lead on projects where required.
- Flexibility on the tech you work with.
What you’ll be doing
Joining a small, diverse development team you’ll be focusing on a brand-new product, a unique booking system which includes IoT devices, audio/video streaming services plus other new features in the pipeline. Your focus will be on the back-end of the product and wider platform, helping others in the team to write production ready code whilst upholding high coding standards and liaising closely with the product manager to ensure the roadmap is aligned for each sprint. The business takes a continuous delivery approach, working highly Agile with regular releases. As a senior in the team it’s expected that you can act as technical lead on projects where required, mentoring junior members in the team, guiding them on best practice and methodology approach. It’s important that you collaborate on projects with other developers and team members if you are working in the office or remotely. They have brilliant project/product managers to work with, who take on a lot of the responsibility to give the engineering team more focus on programming and using the tools.
What you’ll get in return for your talents
You’ll get a high spec laptop from the start, flexible working hours with remote options when they’re back in the office. Constant training and progression with an annual budget to spend on personal development, healthy pension scheme, cycle to work scheme. The team likes to get together for drinks and dinner (safely!) so there is a great chance to bond with the people you work with, you will always be supported in your role by other developers and leaders. This truly is a very exciting start-up to be a part of!
Interested? Contact Joe or send in your CV to find out more.
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