Software Developer x 3 – C#, .NET Core, AWS, React, Agile – Ipswich / Remote – Up to £50K

About the Position

Software Development
£40,000 - 50,000

Job Role

Fintech software provider requires 3 Developers to join their two product teams as they build out their engineering department.

Roles will suit well-rounded developers with strong technical skills (C#, .NET Core, Microservices, Kubernetes, Cloud platforms) who are well versed in agile / scrum development methodologies and processes.

Requirements & Experience

The environment they’re building will adopt TDD and automation whilst shifting to Microservices architecture in the cloud so they would ideally like people with some experience in these areas to help drive the things through. Specific technologies will be taught on the job but experience in with cloud based applications would be advantageous.

The future vision for the business is impressive and the CIO is looking for highly skilled and ambitious individuals who can help take the company to the next level.

The role can be 100% remote and will offer equity options upon joining as the company want to reward the people who are with them on this scale up phase of their journey.

Job Benefits

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Work From Home

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