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Full Stack Developer

Employer
Opus Recruitment Solutions
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
23 Feb 2021

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
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Job Details

Would you like a Full Stack Developer role where you come to work in an agile environment, building financial applications using NodeJS, reactJS, and Redux with a focus on embracing a microservice-oriented architecture?

If so, come speak with this growing FinTech in Bristol, who have grown from 8 > 60 people in just a couple of years due the demand for their product going through the roof.

Their mission is to improve the financial wellness of people, their companies and their communities. They want to serve the whole population through every change in their finances.

The engineering team works together to deliver a full open finance platform consisting of web & mobile apps, APIs and data services. This role is in their Core feature team, working with front end and API developers to implement new app features and improve existing ones.

This is definitely a Full Stack Developer role biased towards the back end - they're looking for people that are very comfortable developing Node services within a Microservices architecture, but you do need at least an appreciation of React and front end development.

As well as Node and React, working here as a Full Stack Developer means you can expect to grow and gain a huge amount of experience in Microservices, MongoDB, AWS, GraphQL, OpenBanking, Elastic stack & API development.

The salary for the Full Stack Developer ranges between £40,000 to £55,000 + 10% pension contribution, private medical insurance, family pay, life event leave and 25 days holiday.

To apply, please call me, Reuben Jenkins, on 07860683556 or email me - reuben.jenkins @ opusrs.com
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