Full Stack Developer, Brighton – Up to £55k DOE plus benefits
This ambitious young start-up is looking for a talented mid to senior level Full Stack Developer who leans toward the frontend, to join this innovative business in the next phase of growth.
Most of the development work is applying their platform to new types of product-finding journeys. That often means incorporating a new brand’s styling, building custom components, or enhancing the platform with new features. As an early stage start-up, from time to time they each have to pitch in on tasks outside their regular roles.
This start up is on a mission to help guide customers to the right products and services for their own individual needs, resulting in a confident purchase decision. This drives increased sales performance and customer satisfaction for their clients.
They build smart, conversational question journeys to build a detailed profile of the customer and use AI powered models to compare products on their behalf. They use natural language to explain the best choices for them, enabling a confident purchase decision.
Their platform is implemented internationally by brands like Samsung and Nokia, and supports omni-channel interaction allowing the customer to interact in a retail store or online as they please.
The headline technologies they use are:
- CSS-in-JS / Styled Components / Emotion
- Python (3.8 - type annotated) + Pandas + Flask
If you have the following even better (but not essential)l:
- React Native
- NoSQL databases
- AWS Lambda
Due to Covid-19 they are working remotely but will return to the Brighton office a few days a week as the situation improves. You'll be expected to attend the office 1/2 days a week for key collaborations.
Over the next six months they’re tackling several platform projects that might interest you:
- Growing test coverage (browser automation)
- Building their own framework and component library
- Delivering in-store tablet based solutions
- Migrating to a serverless architecture on AWS
- Performance optimisations all over the stack for better UX