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Lead Back End Developer - Go, AWS

Employer
Oliver Bernard
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
1 Dec 2021

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Lead Back End Developer - Go, AWS

Location: SW15 1SR or Remote UK ??

Working Arrangements: Flexible (max 1-2 days per month in SW15 1SR required)

Salary: £80,000 - £100,000

Industry: Hospitality

Tech Stack: Go, Python, Ruby, AWS ???????

Great opportunity for a talented Lead Engineer (Go, APIs, AWS) to join one of the UK's most successful restaurant chains.

The Company ??

International chain with over 1000 outlets worldwide that has taken the hospitality world by storm since the late 80s. By combining brilliant food with celebrity backing, it has grown to sit within the top 10 private sector employers.

The Role ?

They are seeking a skilled Engineer (Go, APIs, AWS) to lead their cross-functional polyglot team responsible for creating innovative solutions aimed at changing the fast-casual dining experience forever.

This is a great opportunity to work with a modern tech stack (Go, APIs, AWS) within a team that constantly builds applications from scratch.

You (Go, APIs, AWS) will be expected to contribute c. 80% of your time to hands on work (coding, architecture, design etc.) with the rest being line management of your team.

Desired Skills ??
  • Go
  • Node, Python, C#
  • Docker/Kubernetes
  • Distributed Systems

Benefits ??
  • Competitive base salary with up to 10% bonus on offer
  • Pension, private healthcare, life insurance
  • Flexible working hours including work from home opportunities

If you are a skilled Developer (Go, APIs, AWS) who is interested in this role then please apply below and I will be in touch with more details.

This job was originally posted as www.cwjobs.co.uk/job/95602834
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