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Senior Level Backend Developer (remote Uk, Se Based Company), Nottingham, Homeflow

Published 2022-08-07
Expires 2022-09-07
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Senior Level Backend Developer (remote Uk, Se Based Company), Nottingham, Homeflow
United Kingdom, Nottinghamshire, Nottingham,
Published August 7, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Senior level backend developer (remote uk, se based company)
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Salary: £50-55k Reports to: Backend Lead(s) Homeflow is a market-leading, fast-growing, profitable, software-as-a-service (SaaS) business in the property market, and we’re looking to grow significantly over the next two to three years. We think we’re a lovely team of people with a fantastic company culture that we want to retain as we grow - ambitious, hard-working and collaborative yet respectful of work-life balance. You can expect to feel welcomed and supported by some truly talented people, in a company that is constantly innovating. We are looking for a senior level backend developer, based in the UK, to support the growth of the team as the company matures. This role will work with five other backend developers to support our two backend leads, covering typical BAU client tickets as well as tackling some older improvements. For one week of every month, you will also spend time in our new ‘innovation team’ which is led by one of our backend leads. This is a great opportunity for the right person to take on a challenging and broad role. Homeflow is operating on a fully remote basis for the foreseeable future but some travel will be required for team meetings (Brighton / SE England) and client visits. Typical job tasks include: Fixing back end bugs Developing new features and writing user stories Adding test coverage to legacy applications Devising technical strategy and best practices with senior staff in the development team Improving continuous integration/delivery pipelines Contributing to team-building during stand-ups and retros Furthering knowledge and understanding of relevant technologies We’re looking for someone who has: At least 4 years of professional experience developing software Confident with Ruby/Ruby on Rails - this could be current or recent past experience Experience with test-driven/behaviour-driven development, particularly RSpec Proven ability to write readable code and efficient, scalable software It would be a bonus if they also have: Experience with static code analysis tools such as Rubocop, Brakeman Proficiency with both document and relational database systems (particularly MySQL, MongoDB, Docker) People who thrive in this role at Homeflow are collaborative, not afraid to ask questions, open to new ideas and learning, and are motivated and ready to get stuck in. Can’t tick every box? You’re only human - just like each of us We are a small, friendly and diverse team of about 40 people who are looking for the right person to join our team. We welcome applications from people who may not feel they meet every single requirement on this job description or who may be coming to us with a slightly different background. The same can be said if you feel that you can bring extra skills or experience to the table. Salary ranges reflect the skills we think we will find, but they aren’t firmly set in stone. It is more important for us to find team members who want to work in a supportive environment where people are ready to pitch in whenever needed and who are willing to grow with the business. If that sounds like you, please do send us an application, we’d love to learn more about you and what you think you can bring to this role. The role will close on 25th August 2022 (subject to change) but interviews may take place before this date, so please apply as soon as you can. No agencies please If you have any questions about this role, would like to reach out to the recruiter or would like to discuss adjustments to enable you to apply, please email recruitmenthomeflow.co.uk.

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