Job ID 338194
Think IT is looking for a dedicated and inclusive Full Stack Developer to join our client's welcoming and friendly team. This full-time, full-stack development role is based in London and comes with an attractive salary of £65k-£70k and many excellent benefits.
As a Full Stack Developer, you will build the next-generation platforms to support the company's ongoing growth and much-improved customer experiences. You will be using React/Redux, TypeScript, Node.js, .Net core and Kubernetes, enhancing what the company has, building from scratch, running experiments, and iterating quickly.
In your first few weeks in this Full Stack Developer role, you can expect to:
Write brilliant code (sometimes in a pair) to satisfy user stories
Deploy changes, monitor live performance, and refine and estimate future sprint work
A background working across the full software development lifecycle (SDLC)
An understanding of the importance of and familiarity with using various testing techniques (unit, system and integration)
Good knowledge of OO principles, design patterns, etc.
Expertise in building systems using Microservices
Experience with CI/CDIn return for your dedication, collaboration and commitment, you will receive a salary of £65,000-£70,000 and a fantastic benefits package, including 25 days of holiday, private medical cover, an annual discretionary bonus scheme, pension contribution, flexible working and more!
For full details and to apply for this inclusive and collaborative full-time Full Stack Developer job in London, please get in touch with Think IT today. We'd love to hear from you!
Think IT. The experts in IT Recruitment in the UK. We offer a wealth of experience and expertise to employers and job seekers in Digital & Software Development, and Cloud & Infrastructure technology. Focusing on Private Wealth Management / Financial Services markets, Think IT is a trusted provider of Digital & Software Development, Cloud and IT Infrastructure staffing solutions.
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