Node.js Engineer - Typescript, Nest - £70-80k - Remote Uk Or Eu, Warrington, Oliver Bernard

Published 2022-08-07
Expires 2022-09-07
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Node.js Engineer - Typescript, Nest - £70-80k - Remote Uk Or Eu, Warrington, Oliver Bernard
United Kingdom, Cheshire, Warrington,
Published August 7, 2022

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Occupation: Node.js engineer - typescript, nest - £70-80k - remote uk or eu
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Node.js Engineer - TypeScript, Nest - £70-80K - Remote UK or EU ASenior Node.js Engineer with strong experience with Nest.js is required by a pre-seed FinTech start-up, to work fully remote from UK or EU. This is still a very small business so the role comes with a tonne of freedom and the chance to build something from scratch. At first, you will be the only Backend Engineer on the project so will need to be comfortable working autonomously and making technical decisions. The company's mission is to be the leading data infrastructure and solutions provider for all financial institutions to benefit from the Digital Asset economy. Requirements: Expert level knowledge of Node.js and TypeScript Strong commercial experience with Nest.js Strong experience with Docker Experience with GraphQL API Proven background in working with Scrum / kanban methodologies Solid experience with Rest API They have huge backing from a successful and well-established parent company and will be pushing for Seed funding once they have a v1 product ready later this year. Everything is extremely greenfield and you will need to be comfortable working autonomously. If you are based in the UK, Netherlands, France or Switzerland then this will be an employed role. Anywhere else in Europe then it will be a long term B2B agreement. If you're a Node.js Engineer with strong Next.js experience then please get in touch for more info. Node.js Engineer - TypeScript, Nest - £70-80K - Remote UK or EU

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