Senior Full Stack Developer (Tessello)
- Brightwave Group
- Brighton or remote
- £47,500 - £55,000 depending on experience
- eLearning, Full Stack Development, Software Engineering
- Mid-Level, Senior-Level
- Contract Type
As Senior Full Stack Developer, you lead the development of new features, architecture improvements and new client implementations for Tessello, our flagship learning product. You will also provide guidance and mentoring to a small dev team. This is a challenging and interesting role where you will be able to shape the team and lead the technical direction for a growing SaaS product business.
Tessello is an established learning platform used across government and a range of industries. We’re a friendly and collaborative team committed to creating a fantastic workplace and providing innovative learning solutions for our clients.
Developing the Tessello platform – All aspects of development from API integrations to platform scalability. Input on the product roadmap.
Guiding the Tessello developer team – Code review and coaching to develop the team’s technical capability. Help with professional development and recruitment.
Leading overall technology approach – With the support of the Product Manager and CTO, ensure Tessello adopts modern approaches and adheres to standards.
Supporting the full development process – You will be involved from requirements gathering right through to deployment. You will comment on proposals, research the best approaches, and design solutions.
Improving dev team ways of working – We are a busy team, constantly developing our processes using agile and waterfall methodologies. You will identify ways to keep the team productive and happy.
Previous role/s as a mid to senior full stack developer
Developing commercial web applications / products
Providing leadership or support to other developers
Delivering client-facing work to deadlines as part of a busy development team
Some client-facing experience, ideally in a technical capacity
Experience or understanding of learning platforms / technology is a bonus.
The lovely Brightwave office is in central Brighton, right in front of the mainline station, but the whole team are currently working remotely. Longer term, this role can be either based at our office in Brighton or remote. If remote, you would need to be able to travel to Brighton from time to time (subject to safety measures).
How to apply
We welcome contact from a wide variety of applicants, including those in groups underrepresented in the tech sector. Please send your CV and a cover letter. We are keen to get you on board and will start interviewing ASAP.
Please contact the recruiting manager if you have any questions or would like to chat before applying (Alex - alexandra.stewart at brightwavegroup.com). The recruitment process starts with an informal conversation about your fit with the role, followed by a technical and competency-based video interview.