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Software Team Leader - Java, Angular

Erin Associates
Closing date
7 Jul 2022

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Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Full Time
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Lead Software Developer - Birmingham - Great Role!!! - Hybrid - 1 day a fortnight in their Birmingham office.
Salary - 60k plus excellent benefits
Remote interview & onboarding!

Full Stack Development, Java, JavaScript, Spring, Angular, SQL

This leading Birmingham software house are looking to add an experienced Lead Software Developer to their team. You will be joining an established Software Engineering team and will be working as part of a wider cross functional team covering all aspects of the software development lifecycle. You will work with both internal and external stakeholders and be responsible for delivering high quality software solutions.

Core Skills for the role:

Strong knowledge of both front-end and back-end development.
Significant experience of either Java or JavaScript focused on Spring or Angular Frameworks.
Experience with SQL databases configuring for efficiency
Configuring and implementing with CI/CD pipelines
Strong working knowledge of Agile/SCRUM methodologies.
The role will include delivery of quality cloud-based software solutions for customer requirements. You will be responsible for quality standards for the software development team acting as a line manager setting objectives. The ideal candidate will take on the continuous improvement responsibilities for the software development processes and tools.

Key words: Full Stack Development, Java, JavaScript, Spring, Angular, SQL, Birmingham

Send your CV to Bethany now - (url removed) or call (phone number removed)

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