You’ll be ready to compete with our UI Engineers to see who can get the best performance gains, and fastest page renders. If you recognise that your way is better, you’ll be able to prove it concisely.
You’ll be shipping code from day one & working with a team of skilled backend developers who have modelled & exposed our application endpoints via RESTful API’s.
Computer Science or related/relevant University Degree or; equivalent & demonstrable industry experience.
Minimum 2 Years experience (with a Degree, or 4 years experience without) in developing complex and well architected web applications.
Should be able to contribute to architectural discussions about; Modular JS, performance and optimisation.
Project-based experience with the following technologies:
Experienced / Comfortable with LAMP development. Ideally 2 years experience.
Understands Agile, and can subscribe to an agile workflow quickly and efficiently.
Experienced GIT user - able to discuss branching, merging and rebasing strategies on a issue / story / epic basis, able to resolve conflicts, write hooks & write custom git configs.
Modular JS Expert - able to lead with modular architecture decisions and implement / design new patterns.
Able to lead architectural discussions about JS performance and optimisation.
We want the right person, not just the right boxes ticked. If you mention experience of a technology in your CV we'd appreciate some supporting evidence if you have it - code examples are always a huge benefit. Likewise we take pride in creating a team you'd want to be part of so a covering letter with a little more information about yourself and why you feel you'd be a good fit is always really encouraged.
Please note the role is based in our offices in Kingsbridge, South Devon, United Kingdom and you either need to be a UK resident or eligible to work here and prepared to relocate.
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*You don't need to be surfer to work for us. We design and build a web application, not laze around at the beach. Although if you have an interest in it or another action sport of a similar nature you may receive a high 5 so definitely mention it.
“I love to surf and I love to code, developing software at Magicseaweed is like no other job in the world.”Gavin Cooper, Software Engineer
“You're able to influence how the most popular world wide surf forecast is developed.”Adam Primmer, Graphic Designer