London, United Kingdom
Stratajet is the world’s first real-time private jet booking platform, changing the way people travel. With Stratajet, it’s easy to search, compare and book a private jet straight from your desktop or smartphone. We believe in making private aviation faster, simpler and accessible to more people.
We are on the lookout for a talented Software Engineer to join our vibrant, dynamic and collaborative team based in our amazing offices in Farringdon, London. You will be part of a small, cohesive team responsible for delivering the core functionality of our real time, private flight booking experience. The role is primary backend but in such a dynamic environment you will have the opportunity to participate in all stages and layers of the application.
We are a close-knit bunch of technologists who are passionate about changing the way people fly. Working in the aviation industry poses some unique challenges beyond typical web development and we pride ourselves in using the appropriate technology for the job, leading to a tech stack that includes primarily Ruby on Rails and Angular but also Swift, .NET, Go and AWS, with a continuous deployment infrastructure and a focus on automated testing. We’re excited about testing Clojure and/or Elixir in the coming months for new services.
Our diverse and international team allows us to bring different perspectives to the technical and business problems we face, enabling us to constantly improve our platform and product offering.
But… we also know how to blow off steam with regular socials, ping-pong tournaments, game nights and an inquisitive desire to find the Ballmer Peak!
What you will be doing...
Work collaboratively with developers, product and other stakeholders to deliver simple, high quality solutions to our customer’s problems, while helping each other to develop. This includes:
Participate in requirements gathering and design/architecture discussions
Build new features and extend existing ones (Ruby on Rails, MySQL, AWS, etc)
Review code and provide constructive feedback for other developers
Help to shape our processes and practices through regular retrospectives
Continuously improve your skill set by taking on new challenges and setting personal goals
You should know (or be willing to learn)
Software engineering principles and how/when to best apply them
Ruby on Rails and surrounding ecosystem
Web application development best practices
Relational and NoSQL databases
Agile practices including TDD and pair programming
Pragmatic approach to problem solving
What’s in it for you…
Stratajet is disrupting an entire industry's business model, and you’ll be part of defining the future of the platform. You will be in a position to drive change and have a substantial impact.
Support in attending relevant meetups and conferences.
Personal project time to learn a new language or build something you’re passionate about from scratch and share with the rest of the team.
Company social events, away days, and drinks every Friday in our office bar!
Be part of a close knit, supportive and collaborative engineering team
At Stratajet we’re committed to creating a working environment where anyone and everyone can succeed. We believe in the continuous growth of our employees and provide the necessary support to ensure each person is able to do their job to the best of their abilities.
Bristol, United Kingdom
As an E-Commerce Developer will be responsible for creating new plugins/integrations with various e-commerce solutions/shopping carts and payment processors.
You will manage our API integrations by assisting external developers that integrate to their API. You will be part of the team responsible for maintaining the code for their API which includes bug resolution and enhancements.
Your key responsibilities include:
Designing, developing and testing software in a PHP development environment
Carrying out unit and integration tests / building testing system
Taking part in research for new technologies and solutions
Working closely with the Front-End Team
Integration of various shopping carts with our API
Build efficient, testable, and reusable PHP code
Webgains is a leader in performance marketing, working for almost 15 years on behalf of clients such as Samsung, Nike, Mothercare and over 1500 others. We have a plan to double the size and reach of our business within the next few years and for this we seek the very best people out there to help us on this journey.
Additionally, you will have knowledge of Magento, OpenCart, WooCommerce, Zen-Cart, Shopify, PrestaShop, Wix, SquareCart as the role is based heavily on e-commerce integration with our API.
PDL Finance Ltd
Loughton, United Kingdom
Location: Loughton, Essex
Hours: Full Time, working week consists of 37.5 hours per week.
Job Type: Permanent
A Senior Web Developer is required to join a fast growing internet finance company which provides online credit solutions to a diverse client group. Our aim is to ensure an innovative and timely approach to all of our customers. We offer an alternative to High Street lending by listening to our customers and offering instant solutions that help them manage their short term needs.
We are a vibrant and entrepreneurial company where ideas and innovation is rewarded and welcomed. Hard work is as a matter of course and achieves our desired end results.
The main purpose and responsibilities of the role are:
Developing website features and fixing bugs using C#
Writing unit tests using nUnit
Styling website changes in CSS
Attending scrum meetings and briefings with clients and peers
Taking responsibility for all development work and ownership of thorough quality control
Creating and updating table design in SQL Server 2014
Writing browser based tests using Selenium/SpecFlow/C#
Analysing and amending database queries for high performance
Must be fluent in the following:
NET MVC 5
C# 6 including advanced language features e.g. generics, lambdas, delegates
Design Patterns and SOLID Principles
Linq-Sql/Entity Framework 6+
SQL Server 2014+
Automated browser testing/SpecFlow/Selenium
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Excellent coding and development abilities
The confidence to express ideas as part of a creative team
A clear and genuine interest in technological trends
The ability to meet deadlines and think strategically
A passionate approach to work with a desire to push boundaries
The ability to explain technical jargon to peers
Honest, reliable, dedicated and hard working
To apply, please send your CV and covering letter with your salary expectations to firstname.lastname@example.org
All applicants should have a valid EU work permit to be considered. Please note that this role requires a DBS check.
Birmingham City University
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Birmingham City University Location: Multiple Campuses
Full Time, Permanent position Ref No: 112017-412-R
We have a vacancy for an experienced and self-motivated Support Analyst to provide first and second line support to the University staff and students for all Audio Visual and IT services. The team operates within the ITIL Service Management framework.
You must have a successful track record in a similar technical support role, including:
Troubleshooting and supporting Windows operating systems, Microsoft Office products, desktop and laptop hardware
Sound understanding of operating system security principles
Working knowledge of Audio Visual technologies
Knowledge of Apple, Linux and mobile operating systems
Working with a range of external suppliers
You will need to have excellent interpersonal and customer facing skills. You will be confident in communicating at all levels and will be passionate about knowledge sharing to enhance the overall quality of the team.
You will be required to work on a one week rotating shift pattern + 5% shift allowance.
Closing Date: 11 February 2018 Interview Date: 5 March 2018
As part of your application, please ensure you upload your CV and Covering Letter. We recommend that, where possible, you remove personal details from your CV and Covering Letter such as your name.
Alternatively if you require the application in a different format please contact the Human Resources Department at email@example.com or on 0121 331 6693.
For more information about applying and for the job description for the post, please see the current vacancies on the BCU website.
Please note; on occasions where we receive a large number of applications, we may close the advert ahead of the publicised closing date. If this does happen, we will contact all candidates via email who have started but not yet completed their application, giving 48 hours’ notice. We would therefore advise that you submit your completed application as soon as possible.
Birmingham City University holds an Athena Swan Bronze Award and promotes the advancement of gender equality through Representation, Progression and Success for All. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community.