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Full Stack Developer Node.js TypeScript

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Recruiter: Client Server
Listed on: 13th May
Location: London
Salary/Rate: £65,000 - £75,000
Type: Permanent

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Full Stack Developer London to £75k

Full Stack Developer (Node.js TypeScript JavaScript React). Exciting start-up that have created a unique e-commerce platform to introduce a brand new way of shopping is looking for an experienced Full Stack Developer. You'll be joining a small team of talented, likeminded individuals who are passionate about what they do and the company's product.  

As a Full Stack Developer you'll work closely with the CTO on the company's backend application hosted on AWS. As the iOS and Android app are now built, you'll be working on the web version with an emphasis on backend Node development (around 70%) as the product is set to launch in the next month making this the key focus of your role initially. Once the product launches there will be more scope to get involved with the front end development.  

This is a fully remote role and therefore you are able to be based anywhere in the UK. You will be expected to spend 2 or 3 days every few months in a shared office space in London to attend company meetings and socials.

Requirements:

  • Need commercial TypeScript experience or at least have knowledge of it
  • js experience is essential as most of the work will be backend focussed
  • Previous JavaScript experience
  • AWS exposure and as understanding of how to use services (ElasticSearch, Lambda, S3)
  • Drive and passion for the company's product
  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills
  • Nice to have: Functional programming languages (Haskell, Scala, Clojure)

As a Full Stack Developer (Node.js TypeScript JavaScript) you can expect to earn a competitive salary (up to £75k) plus benefits.

Apply today or call to have a confidential discussion about this Full Stack Developer (Node.js TypeScript JavaScript) role.