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Job Alert We've got a couple of interesting developer roles to get your teeth stuck into this week.
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To start off, we're looking to Dublin for a developer.
Senior Developer, Dublin, Ireland
Derilinx is the leading provider of Linked & Open Data Solutions. We support both public and private sector clients in sharing data for greater insights, building data-driven Smart Cities, innovating using data intelligence, and improving data access with CKAN data portals.
We are based in Dublin city centre with flexible working arrangements.
Derilinx is looking for a full-time Senior Developer. This Senior Developer's responsibilities include:
- Data analysis, software design and delivery
- Overseeing other developers of the Derilinx team on projects/development duties
- 6+ years full stack development experience
- Experience in full software development life cycle of production systems
- Excellent time management and organisation
- Experience in leading teams in an Agile development environment
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Self-starter with initiative and analytical mind
- Knowledge of UI/UX design
- CSS, Bootstrap
- Git and Software Development Tooling
If this sounds of interest, click here to find out more and to apply for the role.
Next up for this week is CodeSmith in Leeds, also with a developer role.
Full Stack Developer, Leeds, UK
CodeSmith Technology is a startup working in the commercial vehicle sector, building innovative solutions for Electric Vehicle manufacturers. Although the office is based in Leeds, we would welcome a candidate wanting to work remotely from anywhere across the UK.
We're heading to ConsultRed next, which is looking for architects and technical leads.
Solution Architect – Shipley, UK
As a Solution Architect, you'll have significant strategic input in the success and future direction of the company. Our Architects are also the "glue" that holds projects together: advocating for the customer's needs and requirements, while pulling a variety of internal teams in one direction towards a common goal.
In terms of approach, you'll need more than just technical know-how. You'll be calm, measured, honest and authentic. More than anything else, you'll be a key advocate in our belief in striving for simple, successful and scalable design for all of our customers.
Technical Lead, Shipley UK
In this role, you'll build on your proven experience of software development and add in the ability to lead and inspire your team.
In footballing terms, you're the Captain, not the Manager. You'll still be in a hands-on technical role, working day-to-day in a Scrum team, but you'll be the one your colleagues look to for support, to set their technical direction, help them out of sticky situations, and advise them on the right approach to a problem. Our clients will know you as the most dynamic member of the team (though not necessarily the most senior in years) and as someone they can rely upon to answer their questions and explain difficult technical stuff in a down-to-earth way.
For more information and to apply for this role, click here.
Last but not least, our owners, Situation Publishing, are hiring...
Vultures seeking Perl developer
Our tech team is small, distributed, focused and has autonomy. You need to produce great work without being enticed by a carrot or threatened by a stick. We don't always use the latest and greatest, and we don't always "just put it in the cloud". We are not averse to either, but if you're looking to fill your CV with trendy buzzwords, look elsewhere.
Broadly put, we favour open source. We use Debian, Apache, Nginx, Exim, Redis, MySQL/MariaDB and PostgreSQL in our stack. We often write our own tools using Perl, Bash, HTML, CSS, JS, sweat and tears. We rely on Git for process and revision control.
Lastly, there's an opening for a security engineer at digital democracy folks Delib.
Security engineer - Bristol UK (WFH)
We need an experienced security engineer or engineering-focussed security analyst.
We have interesting problems.
We're not a bad company.
This job is based in our HQ in Bristol UK. The job can be substantially performed remotely, but post-COVID it will be necessary to be present in Bristol from time-to-time.
What the job involves: In one sentence: Help us maintain a well-informed security posture.
- Stay well-informed about security threats to our business.
- Prioritise threats by severity and likelihood.
- Assist Delib service owners and other Delib staff in applying appropriate controls.
- Verify that those controls have been applied.
- Be part of the security incident response team.
- Ensure we learn from security incidents.
Click here to find out more and to apply for the role.
That's it for this week. If you're hiring, remember to keep the jobs coming here. ®