Location: Fully remote (1/ fortnight in the office for team meetings)
Salary: Up to £60k
If you’re fed up of getting passed rubbish projects, not having the support you need to do your job to the best of your ability, no real career progression or training, then you should apply for this role.
I know it’s a blunt opener, but I can’t think of a witty way to say; ‘you’re being underappreciated and that should stop, because you’re great. Here’s how.’
I’m recruiting for a company in Leicester and they need a Lead Developer.
They’ll be good to you.
They have some great projects to get stuck into- both internal and external- because a few years ago some really great, forward-thinking people in their tiny ‘IT dept’ decided to champion tech to the board of Directors, and they got the go ahead to put tech at the heart of the company, and it’s working; they are doing better than ever before.
They have done -and are continuing to- make the lives of their non-IT colleagues better by improving the systems/ apps they use better and delivering new external applications to ameliorate the experience of their users.
They use the latest iterations of the tech they use- C#, .Net Core, Azure, Azure Devops, CosmosDB, Azure AD, Docker, Kubernetes, Entity Framework, microservices, etc. and believe in doing things the *right* way, both in terms of technical best practice and methodologically, with things like Agile and DevOps processes.
They have implemented an Agile methodology and team structure; so whilst the team structure is quite flat because of that- lots of cross-collaboration between PMs, BAs, Devs, Test, etc. they are a relatively large company, and there are progression routes a-plenty, with training offered, too.
They have a number of technical teams, filled with people that love what they do, and are blinking great at it; you’ll get the chance to lead one of them in this role.
They are genuinely committed to being one of the best companies to work for, which their Glassdoor is a testament to.
If you would like to learn more about this role, give me a shout on the contact details provided, or if you’re fully bought in, apply now!
Welcome to the next step in your career.