Based in CAPE TOWN this FULLSTACK DEVELOPER role offers a salary of R960K – R1.1M/annum.
NOTE: Flexible work hours are absolutely fine with this company.
The team come from a diverse Open Source Development background….so if you have experience developing in any of Golang, PHP, Ruby, Python or JS please apply as your skillset will be relevant.
As a Senior FULLSTACK DEVELOPER you will develop new features and maintain a set of products on a SaaS Enterprise platform used extensively in Complex Enterprise Environments. You will work with the newest technologies (training provided) and have the autonomy to create work without being micromanaged. Your voice will be valued in both internal projects as well as in customer facing products. This is a fast paced, tight-knit, collaborative team.
Day-to-day you will:
Lead development of new features for the future of the Platform, including web app, APIs and services. The backend services and APIs will be your primary focus.
You’ll collaborate with colleagues across all facets of the business to deliver and launch projects; and help grow the platform by actively participating in code reviews, pair programming, training and mentoring. You will also take ownership for documentation and process to improve development velocity as well as help support products and services.
At least 7 years coding in any of JS, Go, Ruby, Python or PHP.
Proficient with web technologies and databases (NoSQL and RDBMS) and RESTful APIs.
Ability to think of business concerns beyond engineering and experiences working with cross-functional feature teams.
Passionate about pragmatic code design and strong desire to contribute to a small team.
Knowledge of SOA and/or MSA.
Good understanding of Linux and how to best harness it for performance.
You will value programming as a tool for problem solving and consider yourself a generalist.
If you qualify for this role, please email your CV directly to:
021 801 5001
If you have not had a response to your application within 14 days please consider your application to be unsuccessful.