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Full Stack Developer - Stirling & Falkirk

Date Posted: Wednesday 14 September 2022

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A brand-new Full Stack Developer role has been created with a market-leading SaaS organisation that specialises in global sites due to continuous growth within a booming sector. As a business, this organisation cater to over 50M dating customers, and operate billing in 17 different currencies worldwide. They are continuing to grow their global audiences across their partner programmes and deliver an ultimate global SaaS Platform for the online dating industry. The company is already well established with over 65 staff across multiple offices and they're focusing on growing the Scotland team.

Reporting to the Development Manager this role plays an integral part in a growing Development team who will work with the business to create and support Applications and APIs to support their browser based products.

Skills & Experience:

  • Extensive experience in using the below application tools in order to carry out the role:
  • MS c# .NET
  • Angular / AngularJS
  • HTML / CSS / Javascript
  • MS SQL (on VM / Azure SQL / Azure SQL Pools)
  • Microsoft Azure Cloud services
  • Azure DevOps / Git.
  • Building, editing, and refining our visual presence using HTML/CSS/Javascript where required.
  • Able to work with third party API’s using json/xml
  • Excellent problem solving skills - will be proactive and take the initiative in dealing with issues as they arise.
  • Ability to build relationships with peers to account for the geographic distances between some colleagues.
  • Managing multiple work streams and varied requests to ensure projects are completed on time and on target.
  • Identifying and keeping up to date with design and industry trends, taking inspiration from a range of appropriate sources to inform existing and future platform approaches

Benefits

  • 25 days holiday + Bank Holidays
  •  Employer Pension Contribution of 5%
  •  Health Cash Plan

 


 

This role has a remote/ hybrid working model, with travel to the Ayrshire office on very rare occasion.

If you're interested in hearing more about the position, please apply below or alternatively get in touch with Sophie Norton for more info on  07775 380 860.