Full Stack Developer Job in Redruth, Cornwall

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Job Title: Full Stack Developer
Salary: 30,000-40,000 DOE
Location: Redruth, Cornwall
Position: Permanent
Hours: 37.5hrs
Posted: 04/09/2019

Job Description

Are you passionate about front end technology and the very best intuitive UI?

Any chance you live in Cornwall or really want to live here?

We have a fantastic opportunity to work on a greenfield build and you will be the go to person for all matters front end!

You will be part of a team that is building a market leading Electronic Records Management System (ERMS) to completely replace an existing product. The solution will be built using the latest web architecture standards, including open APIs and a service-oriented approach. This development requires the very best of intuitive UI design so that the implementation, configuration and usage of the system support a self-service model.

The tech stack is a ReactJS front end talking to a C# dotnetcore based back end. Your team will be 4 x .NET Developers, a Tester, a Scrum Master and YOU?! The other Developers will be full stack so they will have varying front end skills but we need someone who knows their stuff and is passionate about it!

What will you bring to the team?

Solid understanding of fundamental web technologies - HTML, CSS, JavaScript (ES6)
Experience Developing React/Redux web applications.
Good understanding of with Node.js & npm
Knowledge of Agile development techniques and practices,
Experience working as a professional web developer

C#.net & ASP.Net 2 Core
Experience with Enzyme or Jest
CSS pre-processing and post-processing
Knowledge of writing Unit tests and TDD
Continuous Integration and Deliever (CI/CD)
Extreme Programming techniques like Mob and pair programming.

There are lots of other teams here, all working on their own different and unique applications. Whilst you will work in this small self-organising team, you'll be part of our wider company which is 100 Developers from 18 different countries, all now based in Cornwall. We?re a really friendly bunch, intelligent, inquisitive and we all want to do the right thing with software development. You?ll benefit from knowledge sharing with other teams, internal talks, communities of practice and our great social environment. We have a very laid back feel with a relatively flat structure. Our culture and environment is dedicated to making people happy at work.

We work hard but we have an outstanding work-life balance and we?re very grateful for it, its one of the reasons our software is so good. We are truly agile and we're fans of TDD, BDD and Continuous Delivery. We also love pair programming & mobbing and our modern offices are set up to enable teams to do this well.

Why work for Headforwards?

If the beaches and Cornish pasties aren't enough to tempt you, then here are some of the benefits we offer!
4% pension contribution
Cycle to work scheme
Eye care vouchers
Discounted gym memberships
Corporate car hire rates (Hertz)
Lunchtime clubs
Fresh fruit in the office
Regular social activities
Core hours/ flexible working hours ? so you can go to the beach before work/ after work/ on your lunch break ? the closest one is about 3 miles from the office!
No dress code ? wear what you want to work
Annual Festival (Camping, water sports, BBQ, bouncy castles for kids, DJs) at Stithians Lake
We also work with a local brewery to create our own Headforwards beer! Currently called ?Devhops?
Soon to come ? salary sacrifice car leasing (definite) and we are just looking at healthcare plans so we will hopefully implement that soon as well.

Cornwall?s tech scene has been quietly growing over the last decade but momentum has really gained pace over the last couple of years. We are home to some fantastic companies all hiring great tech talent, and now, our airport is home to the UK's first spaceport in partnership with Virgin Orbit. Another great boost for Cornwall.

If this all sounds like something you want to be a part of then let?s talk soon!

Job Ref: FullStack
Closing Date: 14/11/2019

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