[Looking for staff] Birmingham - Mid-level Ruby & PHP Developer


(Philip Wattis) #1

Summary
We are seeking a mid-level Ruby & PHP Developer to join this exciting, young RegTech startup business. The successful candidate will be responsible for helping to design and build the enterprise level product alongside, and reporting to the CTO. Additionally, you will be responsible for maintaining the existing prototype product as required while the enterprise version is under development.

This is a full time role based in Central Birmingham.
Salary guidance £30000 - £35000 depending upon experience + share options

Essential Skills

  • Experienced Ruby developer with any framework(s)
  • Experienced PHP developer with any framework(s)
  • Relational databases (PostgreSQL or MyQSL)
  • Any PaaS (Heroku / Bluemix / Elastic Beanstalk / etc)
  • Git, Github and version control
  • HTML/CSS
  • Unit testing

Desirable Skills

  • JavaScript + any framework
  • Responsive design
  • Experience of integrating with 3rd party APIs
  • Continuous deployment
  • Database performance optimisation
  • oAuth2 /SAML2

The Candidate
You are an enthusiastic individual who is interested in helping shape the product and technology under the supervision of the CTO. As an early-stage employee you are comfortable with being able to react to quickly-changing scenarios in a company which will evolve significantly in a quickly growing market. You see this as an excellent opportunity to grow into a lead-developer position in a rapidly growing organisation, and will help define the ethos of what it means to work with us.

About Us
We offer a world-first cloud-based solution in automated identity assurance allowing enterprise users to make faster, better, more informed go / no go decisions about their people, customers and documents. A young and innovative startup business with seed funding, already in negotiations to secure Series A venture capital.

Drop me a private message if you’re interested in knowing more.


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