Job ad:

Senior Software Engineer

Job Type:
Permanent
Salary:
£ 70000 - £ 100000 per annum
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YOUR ROLE:   

We're looking for a Senior Software Engineer to join a growing data visualisations start-up who developed an all-in-one data collaboration platform that helps companies & teams to turn their data into beautiful and interactive dashboards, which can be shared and accessed by individuals and teams in real time.

YOUR PURPOSE:

They’re looking for experienced engineers with experience across the full stack to be pivotal in the creation of new features. This includes designing / building core components and internal tools which you would then integrate into the core product.

Backed by some strong investors and VCs and have secured £10 million in Series-A funding which is impressive for a small start-up who have been around for 2 years. 

They’ve got a growth mindset and are looking to scale up. As a result of being a young company, it’s still very early days so as a founding member of the engineering team, you can take ownership of some key areas within your area/the business.

YOUR EXPERIENCE:

  • Strong experience with and overall enjoyment working with React.js, TypeScript & Node.js
  • Deep knowledge & experience web development from infrastructure and architecture through to engineering best practice.
  • Obsession with quality, small details, best practices etc.
  • Previous experience in other high growth start-ups is a big plus for us.
  • Strong communication and organisational skills.

YOUR BENEFITS:

  • Competitive salary & options package
  • Remote-first processes (+ co-working space options post-COVID!)
  • Flexible working
  • New equipment to build your own workspace (fully specced MacBook Pro, monitors, software etc.)
  • Kindle + eBooks
  • Personal growth fund with allocated learning time
  • Company retreats to meet each other in person
  • 35 days paid holiday a year (including bank holidays)
  • Team activities (virtual lunches, livestream yoga, movie nights, etc)

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