Senior Full Stack Developer

Senior Full Stack Developer – Hybrid – Hampshire – £50k- £60k + Benefits

What will you be doing?
As a Senior Full Stack Software Developer you will be responsible for the architecture, implementation and testing of the ecommerce platform, as well as defining and maintaining the standards which our software must adhere to, both in terms of development and security.

Join this diverse and inclusive winning team today!

Your Experience as a Senior Full Stack Developer:

  • Industry experience as a software developer
  • JavaScript, TypeScript, CSS, HTML
  • Experience with modern web frameworks, e.g. React
  • Web testing frameworks
  • REST, GraphQL
  • Containerisation, cloud hosting
  • Serverless functions, event-driven applications

Your responsibilities as a Senior Full Stack Developer:

  • Build high quality web applications
  • Identify requirements for new APIs and produce designs for those APIs
  • Delivering high performance, secure, back-end services for integrating services within the ecosystem
  • Ensuring the architecture of applications allows for flexibility and scalability. Make decisions that create reusable components
  • Line management of team members (monthly 1-1, 6-month review and goal setting)
  • Drive best practices within the development team, including agile methodologies, automated testing, continuous deployment

The benefits (Besides working with the best):

  • Excellent career progression opportunities
  • 25 days annual leave
  • 5% pension contribution
  • Staff discount
  • Flexible working hours
  • Healthcare plan
  • Company Bonus
  • Company sporting events, smart casual dress code and a brilliant company culture.

Role details:

  • Job role: Senior Full Stack Developer
  • Job Type: Perm
  • Location: Hybrid – Hampshire
  • Salary £50k-£60k per annum

To find out more about this Senior Full Stack Developer role, contact Stephan Meyer at VIQU IT Recruitment. Follow us on social media and our website for more exciting opportunities.

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