Full Stack Developer - workrest

Brighton and Hove

Closing date: 06/08/2018

We’re a small dedicated team with a big dream to revolutionise crew management in the maritime industry.

From regulation compliance to holiday scheduling, we’re creating the platforms that are streamlining all aspects of crew management onboard the largest vessels at sea.

We’ve been around for a year but already have an impressive range of customers using our platform with aggressive expansion plans ahead.

Job Description:

With our well developed MVP launched and generating revenues, we’re ready to kick start our next round of development and are looking for a full stack developer to join the team.

You’ll be responsible for driving our product forward, managing the infrastructure for future growth and developing all aspects of our technology.

Skills Range:

Tech Stack:
Ionic, HTML / CSS, Laravel, MySQL
Mailchimp, Mandrill, Jira,

Person Specification:

Our ideal candidate will be excellent at software engineering (essential in the short term) and happy to manage a team of engineers as we grow. We expect this role to develop into a full CTO role as the team and responsibilities expand in the near future.

Key Area: Programming/Developer 15-1131.00Programming/Developer
Salary: 30,000 - 35,000 DOE
Attendance: Full-Time

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