Reporting to the Technical Lead, the Software Developer will be required to provide full life-cycle project support and implementation for software development projects liaising with customers, developers and wider internal stakeholders.
The ideal candidate will have experience working with multiple technologies and willing to explore unused technologies.
Develop and test software changes within the team
Adhering to source control procedures
Develop documentation systems to manage existing and developing solutions
Ability to integrate with existing code base
Able to adapt to multiple languages/technologies
Experience of working in a software development project environment
Being up to date with emerging technologies and willing to bring them to the table where appropriate
Experience integrating with existing products and code bases
Experience/willingness to support older technologies if required
Solution-orientated with a dynamic and logical approach to fulfilling requirements
Pragmatic approach to software development
Capable of working remotely on own initiative
Excellent communications ability and drive
A self-starter and team player with effective prioritisation skills
Keen to learn and confident in asking questions when needed
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