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Senior Software Engineer

Role: Senior Software Engineer

Location: Nottingham, Beeston. Mostly remote working model of 2 days/month in the office, or more, if you’d like to!

Salary: up to £60K plus benefits

Would you like to mostly work from home, and when you do go into the office, it’s just down the road and in a swanky, fun office? How about joining a friendly, passionate, and supportive team that uses great tech, and best practices, and collaborates regularly?

Sounds like a great time? Read on!

I’m working with a lovely Nottingham-based FinTech company in the automotive space, which is looking to expand its dev team with a Senior Developer.

They are a Microsoft house, so use the Microsoft web tech stack, including C#, .Net 7+, Azure, Azure DevOps, WebAPI, SQL Server, Entity Framework, Blazor, etc.

Naturally, they work in an Agile way, so you’ll need to be used to working iteratively, using best practices with things like design patterns and SOLID principles, doing unit testing, and ideally, you’ll have done work with microservices and service bus and worked with CI/ CD pipelines.

They are a small company but have a great structure in place, which means that progression routes are well-established, pay reviews are regular, and you’ll know what you need to do to reach that next level!

They have lots of flexibility around their working hours and location, etc, so you can start work between 7 am-10 am, as long as their core hours of 10 am-3 pm are covered, you’re free to work when you want, as long as you get done what you need to do, they’re happy.

This role will see you doing a wide variety of things, from adding new features to their applications to website work, system developments, and more!

If this sounds great to you, apply today or drop me a line to find out more!

Principal Software Developer

Role: Principal Software Developer 

Salary: £70-80k plus benefits 

Location/ Working Arrangement: Birmingham office, flexible working hours and location. You can go into the office as much or as little as you like. The average, I would say, is 1/ month. 

Do you want to work in a company that is big enough to have well-established career paths, small enough to know that all your work makes a real, material difference, and prides itself on not only some of the best tech talent around but a culture to match?

If not, why not?!

I love recruiting for this company, and I’m sure you’ll love working there.

I am looking for a Principal Software Developer to join a team of 5 highly proficient, friendly people, consisting of a Team Leader, 2 Senior Devs, a Mid-Level Dev, and a QA.

Please note that this is an individual contributor role, which means that you will provide technical direction to the team you’re in, but you will not be responsible for the wellbeing of the team: that is in the remit of your peer- the Team Leader of your team.

As an experienced and highly capable Software Developer, well-versed in modern software development best practices, cloud services, architecture, and high-quality solutions, this role will see you providing both hands-on software development yourself and technical leadership for the team you’re in, which looks after 6 software products, 2 of which are larger and more notable than the others.

You will be a democratic, force for good within the team: knowing when to take the initiative to instruct and when to listen and encourage those around you. You will make key decisions around several areas, including software architecture, technology choices and solution design, all with the knowledge in mind that achieving software excellence is a group activity, and all ideas are welcomed, from everyone. Successful outcomes are something to be shared and for everyone to be proud of and contribute to.

Tech-wise, you will be competent with the following: C#, Typescript, SQL, .NET, Angular, and a range of Azure platform-as-a-service components. You will also do great tests for every bit of code you write!  You will have no direct reports but will be a hands-on, Senior team member, supporting and working closely alongside the Team Leader.

If this sounds like a great time to you, apply now, or if you want to ask some questions to learn more, drop me a line and let’s talk!

Qlik Developer

Role: Qlik Developer

Salary: £60K

Location: Hybrid role with 1 day in Birmingham (may be negotiable for the right candidate)

If you are a passionate Qlik Developer looking for an exciting opportunity to apply your skills and experience in a dynamic and challenging environment, then we want to hear from you!

We are seeking an experienced BI (Qlik) Developer to join a dynamic and small BI team of 3.

In this role, you will also need to have a thoughtful implementation of Qlik Sense best practices in order to deliver effective Qlik Sense solutions to the users. You will need to comprehend and translate complex and advanced functional, technical, and business requirements into executable architectural designs. Knowledge of Vizlib Qlik Extensions is advantageous.

Ideally, you must have significant experience in application designing, architecting, development and deployment using QlikView and Qlik Sense. You must be efficient in front-end development and know visualization best practices. Strong database and SQL skills are a must-have. Experience in RDMS such as MS SQL Server, MySQL etc. is also desirable.

Hands-on experience in QlikView and Qlik Sense development, dashboarding and data modelling and reporting (ad hoc report generation) techniques are essential. As well as strong communication skills at all levels of the business and strong analytical skills.

Apply today and join a dynamic team of talented and innovative professionals.

MS Dynamics CRM 2015 Developer

Role:  MS Dynamics CRM 2015 Developer

Salary:  Up to £65k, + generous pension, 10% bonus and health/life cover

Location:  Based mainly remotely with travel into Birmingham once a week or so. 

As an experienced Dynamics Developer, you’re used to working with complexity.  You’ve probably seen companies using Dynamics in a less than optimal way, or customisations that make your head hurt, trying to unpick how someone else has put things together.

The thing is though, you love it.  You know your knowledge and expertise within MS Dynamics can unlock so much value for a company and, as long as they’re willing to listen, there is so much more that you can unlock for them.

This company is part of a group that is one of the UK’s fastest-growing sustainability organisations.  They have grown through acquisition over the last few years and have big plans for the future.

You’ll be working in one of their prized companies – the one with arguably the most growth potential internationally and the most positive culture when it comes to embracing technology.

They have a longstanding developer who has managed their Dynamics needs up until now, but they want another developer to join them as they look to move away from sticking-plaster customisation and development to a more proactive and ambitious embrace of Dynamics CRM as a solution.

They are currently running on CRM 2015, but the plan is to move to Dynamics 365 as soon as is feasible, and you’ll be a driving force in that change.

Therefore, if you are currently working with 365, you will need to have previous experience of working with an on-premise instance of CRM 2015 – however, rest assured, this is not the long term plan.

You will need the usual Microsoft background (.NET / C#) as this is a software development focused role and will ideally be used to working with Business Analysts and DevOps Engineers in a modern Agile environment.

On offer is a base salary up to £65k, + generous pension, 10% bonus and health/life cover.  The company is also one of the most people-centric and friendly working cultures we have had the pleasure of recruiting for in the past 10 years, so you will be respected and looked after – the company enjoys a very low staff turnover rate!

Software Engineer

Role: C# .Net Core Developer with Angular and AWS

Location: The office is based in Sandiacre, Nottinghamshire, hybrid working with 2-3 days per week in the office.

Salary: up to £60k

C# and ASP.Net (Core) are where you live.

You’re comfortable there: you got your foundations right at the start with good development practices, and have since built a strong and secure career by learning about handy tools such as dependency injection, microservices, containerisation, etc.

You use cloud hosting like AWS to reduce your overheads and improve efficiencies.

For those mundane, repeatable tasks, you use design patterns, to make sure you do the same thing in the same way, every time, so your house doesn’t fall due to shoddy, unpredictable work.

Whilst you use modern tech, practices, and techniques, you have been in the development game for long enough to be able to read, understand, and convert an older codebase (.Net 4, MVC, etc) to a new, shiny version (.Net Core, CosmosDB, AWS etc) seamlessly. You know what the newer stuff does best, and ways to incorporate that in the rewrite.

Finally, you’re great at understanding what your users want out of your solution because you’ve got great communication skills and ask the RIGHT questions! Doesn’t matter if they’re internal or external- you are good with people.

Now, you need a new role to put all this knowledge and experience to great use, which – if you hadn’t guessed already – is where this role comes in.

If the above describes you, this is the role for you.

The company is small and nimble: they can make development choices quickly and efficiently, everyone knows each other well, are intelligent people who like to have a good laugh along the way!

They are quite a young company, so even their legacy code isn’t very old. They make a point of leveraging the best tech out there to make sure their products are the best they can be, well-written, functional, and reliable.

They have a flagship product and an additional one: this role will be initially seeing you work on the additional one: liaising with internal stakeholders (the product’s current users) to do a revamp of the codebase to bring it up to the latest iteration of .Net Core 6, improve its functionality, and to use a more appropriate database. You will then most likely work on the flagship product, which uses .Net Core 4/5, AWS, Microservices, Docker, etc.

If this sounds right up your street, apply now or drop me a line to find out more about your new role!

Technical Lead Front End – Angular  

Role:  Technical Lead Front End – Angular  

Location: Fully remote working model- remote first attitude, no obligation to go into an office.  

Global offices, with 3 in the UK in the south of England.

Salary: Up to £85k plus excellent benefits

How does joining a well-established, market-leading, global, and growing SaaS company sound to you?   How about a role that allows you to split your time right down the middle, between hands-on development and technically leading a small team?

Like what you are reading? Then read on, I’m excited for you!

I am working with a lovely company that is not only excellent at what they do, but rather unique, too!

They are a global company with a remote-first mentality. They trust their people to get stuff done, which is reflected in their remote working policy.  They have ‘work from anywhere’ time for you to go wherever in the world on a working break if you fancy it!

Looking after a team of around 5 engineers, you’ll do code reviews and technical 1-2-1s, and make sure delivery for your team is on time and going well.

Tech-wise, you’ll use the Microsoft stack, so Figma, Storybook/Chromatic, Angular 17, NUnit, Moq, NCrunch, Karma, Jasmine, etc.

If this sounds like what you’ve been waiting for, apply now! If you want to find out a bit more first, contact me and we can have a chat.

Lead .NET Software Engineer

Role:  Lead .NET Software Engineer

Location:  Office in Warwickshire, which you’ll need to go into once per week for the first 3 months. After that, can be up to fully remote. 

Salary:  Up to £70k plus benefits. 

Do you want to help to make the world a better place to live in?    Would you like to do this through using your impressive tech skills for a great cause?

Then look no further!

You’re a superb C# .Net Developer with bags of experience engineering solutions of the highest calibre. Whether you’re maintaining an existing piece of software, or modernising it, you’re there for it and you love it.

I’m working with a Greentech company who are on a mission to use data to reduce the environmental impact of their customers, I have been looking for you.

You’ll probably be more comfortable on the back end, using tech like C#, .Net 4.7 up to .net 7/8, SQL and SQL Server, Entity Framework, maybe some IIS, SSIS, and perhaps Telerik Kendo. This is what they use, in addition to some Azure, Kubernetes, Docker, etc.

In this role, you’ll be managing a small team of 1 in-house developer and 4-5 offshore engineers, so experience in team management and developing people is a must in this role.

You’ll be hands-on with code and architecture, doing code reviews, and 1-2-1s, so will be kept very busy!

If this sounds right up your alley, get in touch today to find out more or hit apply now for your next role!

Technical Lead Back End – C#

Role:  Technical Lead Back End – C#

Location:  Fully remote working model – remote first attitude, no obligation to go into an office.  

Global offices, with 3 in the UK in the south of England.

Salary:  Up to £85k plus excellent benefits 

How does joining a well-established, market-leading, global, and growing SaaS company sound to you?   How about a role that allows you to split your time right down the middle, between hands-on development and technically leading a small team?

Like what you are reading? Then read on, I’m excited for you!

I am working with a really lovely company that is not only excellent at what they do, but rather unique, too!

They are a global company with a remote-first mentality. They trust their people to get stuff done, which is reflected in their remote working policy.  They have ‘work from anywhere’ time for you to go wherever in the world on a working break if you fancy it!

Looking after a team of around 5 engineers, you’ll do code reviews and technical 1-2-1s, and make sure delivery for your team is on time and going well.

Tech-wise, you’ll use the Microsoft stack, so C#, .Net, Azure, SQL Server, and JavaScript/ TypeScript with angular on the front end.

If this sounds like what you’ve been waiting for, then apply now! If you want to find out a bit more first, contact me and we can have a chat.

Contract Software Developer

Role:  CONTRACT Software Developer (initially 3 months)   

Salary:  Between £375 – £490 per day (inside IR35) 

Location:  Nottingham – Hybrid – 1 day a week in the office 

Are you a software engineering veteran? Can you showcase your battle scars from all the development projects that you’re proud of over the years?  Have you previously solved the problem of what many would see as a technical nightmare or impossibility? Do you dream of coding?

If so, keep reading because I’ve got a cracking contract role on, just for you!

I’m on the hunt for a Software Engineer to join the ranks of a tech powerhouse in Nottingham (you get to grace the office once a week, but WFH royalty for the other four days!).  Picture this: you, part of an elite squad of IT mercenaries, ready to tackle a colossal project. The mission? Upgrade a product line (working alongside their existing software team) used by millions throughout the UK. No mundane BAU tasks here—this squad is all about swooping in, delivering upgrades, and vanishing into the digital shadows.

What am I looking for?

Razor-sharp skills in ASP.NET core, C# (.NET framework/.NET), Web APIs, JavaScript, Microsoft SQL Server and automated testing frameworks.  Knowledge of front-end frameworks.  Experience in event-based services, API integration and Database-related projects are some of the things that you’ll be dabbling in.

If you think you have what it takes, call or email me.

Yas at Rebel Recruiters.

ConservationTech Mid-level DevOps Engineer

ConservationTech Mid-level DevOps Engineer

Location: Hybrid, 2 days in Cambridge per month (potential for fully remote)

Salary: £40K – £44K +12% pension and benefits.

Biodiversity is a buzzword right now.

The tide is turning in terms of policy, public attention, and commitment but most importantly, in terms of funding. The 30 by 30 target and commitments from BioCOP15 are leading to real growth in our capability to protect, repair and enhance nature.

This role will sit within a team of ~30 techies, UIUX designers, product and project managers, developers, architects and more who are delivering tools and technologies for the future of nature conservation.

Building roads, mines, railways, and other infrastructure will always impact biodiversity and for the most part, the UK has high standards here.

That’s not the case for every country in the world.

Governments are scrambling to understand how valuable nature is and how their infrastructure and economic plans impact our planet. Questioning whether a forest is more commercially or socially valuable than an oil rig or palm oil plantation? How do you even track that?

Cue this organisation, the only one of their kind in the world. They build tools and offer services and support to conservation partners, companies, and governments around the world to better plan for enhancing and protecting nature.

Tech-wise, there’s lots to play with; GIS technologies and tools are used across their portfolio. Primarily integrated into web apps built with Ruby on Rails, JavaScript and Python, along with lots of SQL, PostgreSQL, GraphQL and more as they manage critical databases to leverage insights to support all kinds of conservation projects.

You’ll be managing and supporting their web services and tools, monitoring infrastructure using things like Nagios or ELK stack, and managing databases using PostgreSQL in particular. Any experience automating and using Terraform, Ansible or similar tools and deploying software, using CICD pipelines is great and experience in testing and TDD is always beneficial!

They’re not fussy about what cloud you’ve worked with but lots of their partners benefit from Microsoft Azure thanks to the discounts MS give to charities in this space.

The work you do here will accelerate the positive impacts and solutions available to wider organisations benefiting our environment. A lot of these benefits are tangible economic and social wins that in the longer term will reduce our dependency on problematic resources such as fossil fuels.

So, if you’re serious about saving our planet and turning the tide against the fight to fix our climate crisis, this is definitely a role you should apply for.

Visa sponsorship is available for the right candidate with a strong alignment using their tech stack.

What are you waiting for?

ClimateTech Software Engineering Manager – Earth Observation

ClimateTech Software Engineering Manager – Earth Observation
Location: Fully remote within Europe, +/- 2 hours of CET.
Salary: €75K – €100K + equity & benefits.

Forest management is tough. Cut too much and we release carbon, too little and the risk of wildfire or damage to infrastructure can be devastating.

Vegetation monitoring may not sound very exciting but building earth observation software, utilising satellite imagery and Machine Learning with remote sensing and geospatial presents interesting challenges.

These systems are used to efficiently manage resources and team activities, saving time and money.

Most importantly though, this saves homes, businesses and services from blackouts caused by seasonal and extreme weather events. It’s a game changer in energy and climate resilience.

The company have grown rapidly since the end of 2021. There are ~70 people now, with around 45 in development and data science across 5 teams with one core product, each being quite specialised.

You’ll lead a team of 6-8 cross-disciplined people, building out new features and implementing deeply interesting product developments. Your key focus will be optimising the team, removing bottlenecks, and supporting them individually, managing resources and planning workloads in line with changing priorities.

Data processing and pipelines are critical to the work, and it’s essential you’ve worked with machine learning products in the past. Geospatial and remote sensing data experience and any knowledge of satellite and high-resolution imagery would also be very helpful.

Their tech stack is Python, Django, Typescript, Node and React, with Google Cloud Platform for managing their services. They use a lot of PyTorch and TensorFlow and various other data libraries or frameworks so you might be getting the hint that data exp is key experience.

They’re hoping to find someone who’s been an EM in numerous companies, having seen some different approaches to leadership, process design and implementation, onboarding, and a deep curiosity for understanding people. Empathy is critical and this all feeds into building a team who are passionate about having a positive impact and compassionate towards their peers.

They also want someone familiar with startup environments, ideally who’s been through series A-C fundraises and the growth that comes with bringing on paying customers and investment simultaneously.

The team are friendly and passionate, and the company are supportive with good benefits including equity, so you’re bought into any future success.

Want to help address the climate crisis? What are you waiting for? 😁

ClimateTech Senior Fullstack Engineer – Earth Observation

ClimateTech Senior Fullstack Engineer – Earth Observation
Salary: €65,000 – €85,000 + equity
Location: Fully remote – Europe or UK based.

Forest management can be challenging. Cut too much and you’re causing unnecessary damage, too little and the risk of wildfire or damage to infrastructure can be devastating.

Vegetation monitoring may not sound very exciting but building earth observation software, utilising satellite imagery and Machine Learning with remote sensing and geospatial presents interesting challenges.

These systems are used to efficiently manage resources and team activities, saving time and money.

Most importantly though, this saves homes, businesses and services from blackouts caused by seasonal and extreme weather events. It’s a game changer in energy and climate resilience.

The company has grown rapidly since the end of 2021. There are 70 people now, with around 45 of those in development and data science across 5 teams with one core product, each team being quite specialised.

The company is hoping to find people with experience in earth observation or some familiarity with image processing and GIS/Geospatial technologies.

You’ll focus on building dashboards and web apps connecting various aerial imagery and satellite data to customers, enabling decision-making. You’ll work closely with product managers in an Agile environment. The company’s tech teams have grown heavily in the last 12 months and will continue to do so through the next 12+ months following the close of their Series A fundraiser.

They use Google Cloud Platform and Python alongside modern Typescript, ES6, ES7 and frameworks like React and NodeJS. Their products are very geospatial and remote sensing focused so experience with Python and GIS tools or geospatial data will be prioritised.

As with most dev roles these days you’ll do quite a lot of work with APIs, FASTAPI specifically, so browser API and backend API building is a must.

They’re keen to find someone with experience working in startups, ideally in the space sector, with imagery in some capacity, or with data pipelines and machine learning products.

Following that, a real passion for climate solutions is something they’ll need to see.

They care about their staff. They have a 13% vacation stipend to send you on some epic holidays contribute to your training and development and operate truly flexibly – so long as you’re available and overlap with the team (+/- 3-hour CET is best) you can work when you choose.

If this sounds like a bit of you, please reach out. They’re remote first and will consider people anywhere in Europe.

GreenTech Software Engineering Manager – Earth Observation

Software Engineering Manager – Earth Observation

Location: Fully remote within Europe, +/- 2 hours of CET.

Salary: €75K – €90K + 13% vacation supplement + equity & benefits.

Forest management can be challenging. Cut too much and you’re causing unnecessary damage, too little and the risk of wildfire or damage to infrastructure can be devastating and costly.

Vegetation management may not sound all that exciting but building earth observation software to integrate satellite imagery with geospatial analysis and Machine Learning with data coming in from teams, remote sensors and other hardware on the ground presents interesting challenges!

These systems are used to efficiently manage resources and team activities, saving time and money.

Most importantly though, this saves homes, businesses and services from blackouts caused by seasonal and extreme weather events. It’s a game changer improving energy and climate resilience.

The company have grown rapidly since the end of 2021. There are ~60 people now, with around 45 of those in tech. 

You’ll lead a team of 6-8 cross-disciplined people, building out new features and implementing deeply interesting product developments. Your key focus will be optimising the team, removing bottlenecks and supporting them individually, managing resources and planning workloads in line with changing priorities.

Data processing and pipelines are critical to the work, and it’s essential you’ve worked with machine learning products in the past. Geospatial and remote sensing data experience would also be very helpful, or any knowledge of satellite imagery.

Their tech stack is Python, Django, Typescript, Node and React, with Google Cloud Platform for managing their services. They use a lot of PyTorch and TensorFlow and various other data libraries or frameworks so you might be getting the hint that data exp is key experience.

They really want someone familiar with startup environments, ideally who’s been through series A-C fundraises and the growth that comes with bringing on paying customers and investment simultaneously.

The team are friendly and passionate, and the company are supportive with good benefits including equity, so you’re bought into any future success.

Want to help address the climate crisis? What are you waiting for? 😁

Fullstack Developer – Javascript and Python

Fullstack Developer – Javascript & Python
Salary: €60,000 – €75,000 + equity + remote setup, conference and training budgets.
Location: Fully remote – Europe or UK based.

Forest management can be challenging. Cut too much and you’re causing unnecessary damage, too little and the risk of wildfire or damage to infrastructure can be devastating and costly.

Vegetation management may not sound all that exciting but building earth observation software to integrate satellite imagery and Machine Learning with data coming in from team and remote sensors and other hardware on the ground presents interesting challenges!

These systems are used to efficiently manage resources and team activities, saving time and money.

Most importantly though, this saves homes, businesses and services from blackouts caused by seasonal and extreme weather events. It’s a game changer in energy and climate resilience.

The company have grown rapidly since the end of 2021. There are ~60 people now, with around 40 of those in development and data science across 5 teams with one core product, with each team being quite specialised.

You’ll focus on building dashboards and web apps connecting various aerial imagery and satellite data to customers to enable decision-making. You’ll work closely with product managers in an Agile environment. The company’s tech teams have grown heavily in the last 12 months and will continue to do so through the next 12+ months.

They use Google Cloud Platform and Python alongside modern Javascript, ES6, ES7, Typescript and frameworks like React. Their products tilt heavily towards geospatial and remote sensing data so if you have exp with GIS tools or geospatial data that will really stand out.

As with most dev roles these days you’ll do quite a lot of work with APIs, too, so browser API and backend API building is a must.

They’re keen to find someone with experience working in startups, ideally in the space sector, or, with imagery in some capacity, or with data pipelines and machine learning products.

Following that, a real passion for climate solutions is something they’ll need to see.

They care about their staff. They have a 13% vacation stipend to send you on some epic holidays and contribute to your training and development, and operate truly flexibly – so long as you’re available and overlap with the team (+/- 3-hour CET is best) you can work when you chose.

If this sounds like a bit of you please reach out. They’re remote first and will consider people anywhere in Europe. They can also provide visa sponsorship via a Netherlands government salary sacrifice scheme if you’d prefer to move to the Netherlands.