TypeScript Developer

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A TypeScript Developer with React and Node experience is required to join an exciting software house based in central Oxford. The role is offered with as much working from home as you want, all the way up to fully remote!

What will you be doing?

You will be working in an exciting team that works across a variety of projects, including experimental R&D projects. As a Senior member of the team, in addition to coding, you will be responsible for contributing to architectural decisions, scoping out project work, and communicating with stakeholders across the business.

You will be working with a modern tech stack, including TypeScript, React, and NodeJS. The platform is built on AWS, Docker, and Kubernetes and the team work in and Agile and DevOps culture.

About the company

You will be joining a successful and growing SaaS company, who have their head offices in central Oxford. The company are currently working remotely and have made the decision to allow remote working continue long term. You will be compensated with a generous salary, as well as a benefit package including:

  • 24 days holiday + bank holidays
  • Flexible hours
  • Remote working
  • Great pension
  • £2,000 gear budget for every hire
  • £1,000 a year towards training

The ideal candidate will have…

For this TypeScript Developer role we’re looking for:

  • Coding with TypeScript (or strong JavaScript and a willingness to learn)
  • React, Node, or similar (Vue.js, Angular, Ember)
  • AWS, Azure, or GCP experience
  • Agile
  • DevOps
  • Experience with Kubernetes, Docker, and CI/CD would be beneficial

Alternatively, if you’re not ready to apply just yet but would like some more information, please feel free to call me on 07552 227 662 email rebecca@corriculo.co.uk.

Location
Oxford/ Remote
Job Type
Permanent
Salary
Up to £75,000
Contact Name
Rebecca Ace
Contact Number
07552227662
Benefits
  • 24 days holiday + bank holidays 
  • Flexible hours
  • Remote working 
  • Great pension 
  • £2,000 gear budget for every hire
  • £1,000 a year towards training
Date Posted
July 30