IC Creative are looking for a Full Stack Developer who wants to take a step into the world of cyber security. Our exclusive client is using new technology and domain expertise to help small-medium size businesses protect themselves from cyber security threats.
This is an exciting time to join their team. The business is small but has recently raised a significant round of funding. Every employee will directly benefit from the future success of the business from a generous share option scheme.
The work that you do will have huge impact in the growth and future of the company.
IC Creative are searching for an experienced Full Stack Developer with exposure to React and NodeJS to join this growing company. Joining now you will be building, updating, and maintaining the flagship product. This role covers a wide and exciting range of responsibilities:
- Front and Back end system development
- Handling complex security workflows
- Working with the design/UX team, both on UI and reporting.
- Capturing data and insights from customer’s in-house tools
- Deploying systems on AWS
- Growing and sharing your knowledge with the rest of the team
To be successful in this role the developer will need to be naturally curious, articulate and excited to get stuck in to complex engineering and process problems.
Most of your work will be split between back and front end with a heavier emphasis on frontend. My client will be looking for you to have had around 3 years of experience in NodeJS, however they are still happy to look at different backgrounds if you think you can offer something to this team!
Backend: NestJS, Node JS, AWS EC2, Mongo, Lambda (future), Typescript
Tooling: GitHub + GitHub Flow, AWS, Mongo, Linux (development on Macs).
Best practice: Code reviews, Tests, CI, Exception tracking, Templated issue tracking
Meaningful stock options
Influence in engineering practices
Working with a capable and mostly remote* team
Hardware and workspace setup allowance
*The whole team are currently fully remote. It is expected that as we return closer to “normal” there may be times where the team comes into the office to synchronise and enjoy each other’s company.