Senior Web Developer

Location
Guildford, Surrey
Salary
£50,000 - £60,000 plus benefits
Posted
23 Feb 2017
Closes
23 Mar 2017
Ref
CV/2190
Sector
Agency
Job Function
Web Developer
Contract
Permanent

We have an excellent opportunity for a Senior Web Developer to join our client, an award-winning agency based in Guildford.  They have an amazing team of dedicated professionals with a strong culture built around doing great work and having fun whilst doing it.

They are looking for a developer to join their growing experienced and talented technology team. They primarily develop in Ruby on Rails, however, that is not a prerequisite for this role, they are looking for really smart people with solid general programming skills. Their collaborative working environment will also help you pick up any new languages with ease.

You should be capable of working on all aspects of the software development cycle from architecture, coding and testing through to deployment.

They are not set on you having specific skills; it would however be beneficial if you have some experience in the following, but if you don't, they are happy to train the right candidate:

- Ruby / Ruby on Rails (or other MVC development platform)

- PostgreSQL / MySQL / Linux

- Git / Github

- Test Driven Development / Rspec

- Agile development methodologies including Scrum & code reviews

- Experience of delivering projects

- Understanding of object oriented design

- Good understanding of frontend development (HTML and JavaScript)

- Ability to debug issues and solve problems effectively

They look for talent who wants to be a long term part of their business and individuals who want to really developer their careers in a collaborative and highly successful environment.

Not for you but you know someone suitable? Bluetree offers a referral fee.

Bluetree Recruits Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.

Bluetree Recruits is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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