ReactJS, Java, SpringIOC
Want to be part of an innovative young, quickly-growing, SaaS startup with an early stage product being used by large corporates and government agencies.
You'll need to love coding. The code you write is clear, easy to maintain and tested. You care about the customer and you enjoy building features that they love using. You excel in a small collaborative and agile environment where you deploy continuously and take responsibility to diagnose and fix issues.
You will be involved in the day-to-day development of the product suite, working mostly Java, Node, React and more. You will have full stack development experience including UI and SQL for database administration and scripting for deployment to cloud environments.
The team is UX driven and very collaborative; this means you will need to write clean and scalable code and work collaboratively with everyone to get the features deployed. We are a supportive team and you’ll be given opportunities to learn and grow, but also be prepared to be challenged by designers and developers.
IF YOU ARE:
Confident problem solver, capable of working independently.
Knows how to build great web applications.
Has a solid background and commercial experience with the Java and Node JS stack.
Writes maintainable, high quality code.
Has good communication skills and is self-motivated.
You will be supported by a team of genuinely awesome people.
You will get to up-skilled and learn and share new things with other team members.
You’ll have flexibility about working from home, if you need to.
You can choose your set up: Mac or PC, the decision is yours.
You’ll get a competitive salary.
Great work environment: central CBD, coffee, office dog, big whiteboards, pool table, and the space to get away from everyone.
Ability to work remote or with flexible hours (we support a mid-day surf or mountain bike ride).
Passionate team - “if it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well” - both professionally and personally.
Exciting opportunity to join a fast-growing, fast-moving company – are you up for the challenge?