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Full Stack Developer
— work with a variety of cutting edge start ups
- Learn new technologies and rapidly build your skillset.
- Access to training and career development workshops.
- Enjoy a flexible and modern start up culture
I'm really keen to speak with you about a Surrey based agency that I'm working with currently, they are rapidly growing and looking to bring on board full stack developers with the desire to develop their careers with both training and on the job learning.
What you’ll be doing
Tech wise we are looking for people with varied skills, experience of a frontend framework (react, vue, backbone, angular etc) and it will really help if you have dabbled with different server side languages also (PHP, Java, Go...) but you will grow in areas where you have less experience in the job.
Other key elements of your work will be continuous integration, version control tools, module bundlers and CMS but the appeal here is the variation of the work and the opportunity to work with a mix of exciting start ups, building new products and having a widespread influence on bleeding edge new tech stacks.
What experience you’ll need to apply
- Package Management (Yarn/npm)
- Wordpress or relevant CMS .
- Terminal use.
What you’ll get in return for your experience
The real benefit of this job is the emphasis on career development and the chance to improve significantly as a developer. As well as this, there is:
- Company pension
- Performance bonus scheme
- 28 days holiday
- Half day birthday holiday
Please apply with an up to date CV to be considered.
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