Full Stack Developer (Node.JS) - £35k - £45k DOE - Guildford - Flexible environment - Part time hours considered
Avanti Recruitment is pleased to be working with a very interesting business based in the centre of Guildford, to recruit a talented Full Stack Developer with Node.JS experience. The company are within easy walking distance of the station and they work with huge clients handling exciting and complex projects.
The Full Stack Developer will be a self-starter with strong technical skills who shows initiative and passion for web development. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who wants to take the lead on major projects and have more autonomy than usual in a mid-level role.
The role involves the full software development lifecycle, maintaining and developing algorithms to extend product capability, developing web applications and software platforms, fault diagnosis and deployment.
You are likely to have at least 3 year’s programming experience in….
- Web based applications
- Node.JS and frameworks available for it
- Angular, React or other JS libs / fw’s an advantage
- Secure development
- Implementation of automated testing platforms / unit tests
- Code version control, preferably GIT
- Knowledge of OOP, MVC and TDD
- Creating / writing / consuming API’s
This intriguing Full Stack Developer role is ideally paying c£40k but the company are realistic and know they may have to pay a bit more than that. There are also some really good benefits with the role including a 5% pension contribution, bonus potential and at least 23.5 days holiday to start with.
The environment is rewarding and supportive. If you are a dedicated member of the team and you are interested in developing your career by doing certain training courses they will be happy to hear any proposals and how you could mutually benefit from them.
For more information please feel free to call Mike Walton at Avanti.
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