As a Senior Developer at ieDigital you will work within the Platform Architecture Team. You will be responsible for setting the technical direction for, and working within, the software development teams building our platform and features used on customer projects. You will perform a key role working closely with our Sales, Strategy, Operations, Development and Quality Assurance teams.
You will have an ardent interest in technology and thrive working in an environment employing high standards and best practice software development methodologies. You will be passionate about Agile development practices and be comfortable working in a highly-collaborative team environment of like-minded people
Initially you will be fully remote due to Coronavirus restrictions but in time our expectation is that this role may either be office based at our Kingston upon Thames HQ (with opportunity to work from home), or UK remote-based if preferred and subject to agreement.
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