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Lead Developer (C#, .NET)
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Recruiter: Lorax Compliance Ltd.
Listed on: 14th March
Location: Rugby
Salary/Rate: £45000 - £60000
Type: Permanent
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Reference: DLCDTJ14219
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Job Title: Lead Developer
Reporting To: CTO
Location: Rugby
Salary: £45,000 - £60,000
Who are you?
You are an experienced software development professional looking to take on the responsibility of leading a dynamic team of developers within an agile and growing young company. You should relish the chance to work with the latest cloud and serverless technologies and enjoy the challenge of learning the ins and outs of an existing application and how it can be improved. You are excited at the prospect of mentoring a team, improving management processes and pushing forward with new methodologies and technologies. You have a passion for software engineering and a desire to stay at the forefront of modern software development. You have an environmental conscience and want to work for a like-minded ethical company with an easy-going atmosphere.
Who are we?
Lorax Compliance Ltd is an environmental technology company based in Rugby, Warwickshire. Founded in 2014, our vision is to provide the finest technology and expertise within the scope of international Stewardship and Extended Producer Responsibility for companies with an environmental conscience.
The companies we work with are obligated under the Extended Producer Responsibility regulations, which make them responsible for the waste they create; this covers the products they produce (electronic, batteries, textiles, tyres), the packaging they supply it in and the supply-chain they purchase it from.
The regulations we handle are worldwide; we have an international presence both in reporting scope and customers.
What we offer:
A competitive salary, profit linked bonus, the opportunity to request flexible working hours and remote or home based working days alongside a benefits package which includes a cycle-to-work scheme, free fruit & cereal bars in the office and many opportunities for professional or personal growth.
The purpose of this role is to support the development of our world class cloud based environmental software which provides environmental submissions and solutions to our international customers. You will be responsible for overseeing the development work being done by our expanding development team. You will also act as a mentor and be expected to deliver training to new or lower-level developers. The role will suit an existing development team leader or an experienced developer who wants to progress their career.
Key Responsibilities

Develop, manage, coach and mentor the software development team
Ensure the team are meeting company goals, KPIs and development targets
Facilitate scrum activities including stakeholder meetings, sprint planning, retrospectives and daily scrums
Completion of development tasks through Scrum Agile methodology
Analysis of functional requirements documentation
Continuous deployment of software obeying release processes and meeting quality at all stages

Required Attributes:

At least 5 years' experience in a software development role
Proven record of leading development teams within Agile Scrum methodologies
Experience with OOP in C# (.NET, .NET Core, MVC, WCF, Docker Containers) and the Microsoft .NET IDE
Experience of Microsoft SQL Server and T-SQL and its use for OLAP
Strong understanding of cloud-based technologies (Amazon Web Services)
Industry curiosity and motivated to learn new skills and technologies
Excellent communicator with an ability to inspire and collaborate with a range of stakeholders
Bachelor's degree, professional qualifications or relevant experience
Permission to work in the UK, by the start of employment


Experience of agile planning and tracking in Azure DevOps (Visual Studio Team Services, TFS)
Broad and extensive knowledge of the software development process and its technologies
Ability to hire, train and evaluate staff, hold performance reviews and meet team KPIs
In-depth knowledge of cloud based and serverless architectures
An interest in developing environmental regulations and technologies
UK driving licence