Full-Stack Developer

In-house

The long-term goal here is to create a single network where people and businesses can share their digital identity securely and interchangeably. They put a huge emphasis on trust across the whole organisation, so if you’re a developer that embraces the chance to work in a collaborative team, but with a good degree of autonomy, this one might appeal.

The client

Based in Shoreditch, the company currently has a tech team of around 12 developers, spread out across 2 different product teams. Each team is headed up by a tech lead and incorporates a mix of developers, designers and product managers. The team is highly diverse in terms of personality; however, they all embody the same core values (trust, empowerment & growth/development).

Working in partnership with a lot of big names in the fintech space, their core product is a platform that was built to help companies streamline their on-boarding process, carrying out automated compliance checks on individuals or companies and creating visual reports.

The role

Joining one of their two cross-functional teams, you’ll be tasked with the development of new features and functionality for their core platform. The platform has recently incorporated multiple new functions, including a collaboration tool where back office teams can share/clone/comment on collected data, linking it up to multiple teams simultaneously.

The platform now also offers a reporting infrastructure function that visualises data and helps clients in the decision-making process. Users can upload policies/rules and the platform will do automatic background checks immediately on anyone uploaded.

You would be developing a platform that deals with millions of requests per day, whilst also scaling up daily with over 100 new users/customers.

The candidate

The 3 core technologies they use are Python, JavaScript (React) and Rust. Although this is a full-stack role, initial knowledge will only be needed in Python & React and you’ll get the chance to choose where to put your focus, so really it’s up to you whether you prefer the frontend or backend (or working equally across the two!).

Any experience in Rust would be a bonus, but a hunger to learn and grow in a professional capacity is just as good!

Tech needed to start: Python, JavaScript, React, HTML, CSS

A role like this also comes with its fair share of benefits, including:

  • Remote working options (everybody has WFH on Wednesdays as a minimum)
  • Flexitime (come in at any time up until 11am)
  • Equity options
  • 25 days standard holiday, with the option to work Bank Holidays and use those 8 days as and when you please
  • Yearly budget of £700 towards personal development
  • Learning and development programme in place which is tangible and bespoke for each dev
  • They also pay for any requested books/tools that helps towards learning

As you can see, they’re big on both skill and personal development!

If this sounds interesting, please click apply or get in touch with Adam – Zebra People.