Role: GREENTECH Software Engineer – TypeScript, Node, React
Location: Office in Cambridge
Salary: Up to £44K plus benefits
Are you looking for a way to use your software development skills to benefit the planet?
How would you feel about telling your friends and family that what you do helps countries and their governments to implement green policies that truly help the planet with things like protecting endangered animals and clean water?
If that sounds like something you would care deeply about, read on- this one’s for you.
You are a full-stack TypeScript developer who is great with Node, React, and Azure. Around 95% of the codebase you will be working with is written in TypeScript.
You have at least a couple of years of experience in a commercial setting and are ready to take what you’ve learned and apply it to something that really matters. Something you believe in. something that will help the planet for decades to come.
In this role, you’ll be working for a UK-based charity, in a very friendly and diverse team of around 30 people, including several senior devs for you to learn from. They have people from all over the world, including Ireland, Spain, France, Cameroon, Italy, etc. This isn’t your normal development set-up, you’ll be working alongside biologists and other domain-specific people, in addition to the usual mix of project managers, devs, QA, etc.
You’ll need to be in the Cambridge office twice per month, on the last Tuesday and Wednesday of every month. If you’d like to go in more often than that, you’re welcome to!
The interview process for this role is:
- 1st stage panel interview with 3 people from your prospective team
- Tech test (1 week to complete)
- Final stage interview to discuss the test results
If this sounds right up your street, apply now, or drop me a line to find out more!