Full stack Software Developer (Linux, Node.JS or Similar)

Full stack Software Developer (Linux, Node.JS and Frontend) – Dorset – Up to £40,000 + Benefits

We are looking for a Full Stack Developer (Linux, Node.JS and Front end) for a global provider or telecoms, cyber security and government infrastructure products and services that specialise in high performance data communications technologies.

This organisation develops, manufacture and support systems and applications that generate revenue, keep critical infrastructure operational and important data safe.

Due to organic growth they are seeking a Full Stack Software Developer/ Engineer, with firm knowledge of Node.JS. You will become part of a successful, dynamic team who enjoy taking on the technical challenges they face each day. In return you will benefit from working for a company who encourage excellent career opportunities.

You will be working on unique Cyber Security products, creating innovative designs including websites, visuals, plugins, technical design documentation, testing and monitoring. You will be given the opportunity to work within an agile team with diverse skillsets to develop and shape the way clients protect themselves against the latest cyber security threats.

Please note: Due to the nature of the projects you will be working on you must already hold or be eligible to obtain SC level security clearance.

Essential Skills/Experience
· Node.js experience (or similar)
· Linux experience
· Front end development experience e.g. Angular, React, Bootstrap, JQuery etc

Desirable Skills/Experience:
· Degree educated – ideally Physics or Maths with very strong problem solving skills
· Experience of high rate and volume distributed analytics and data platforms (preferably Elasticsearch / Kibana / Mongo)
· Understanding of Agile development methodology, continuous integration and automated build platforms

Full stack Software Developer (Linux, Node.JS and Frontend) – Dorset – Up to £40,000 + Benefits

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