Potential.ly is the open learning management system for the modern workplace. We support the self-directed, everyday learning of students and employees. Log and document what you learn, share with others and build up the learning community at your organisation. We are already working with a number of top universities and forward-thinking organisations in the UK, and are looking to expand our team to help us build the future of learning.
We are looking for a full-stack developer who balances passion for research and innovation with a pragmatic mindset. In this role you will take on a number of innovation projects. You will enjoy working in a highly self-directed way, as part of a friendly, ambitious start-up team. If you care about your work, building a great product and delivering social impact in the process, you are at the right place.
You will have the opportunity to contribute to all layers of the technology stack, including front end, backend services, machine-learning and infrastructure.
Proficient with Java, Spring-framework, Restful API, MongoDB, apache & tomcat, Docker, Angular 5+, ReactJs, NodeJs, AWS lambdas, Kubernetes.
Experience of integrating UIs with Restful services.
Values TDD, ensures code quality.
We are based in London, and are ideally looking for somebody to join us full-time in the office. However we will also consider flexible arrangements for exceptional candidates.
Please apply by sending us your CV to [email protected], as well as links to recent projects or open source code you have worked on (either packaged or on a hosted repository).
We want to hear from candidates directly, and don’t respond to agencies.
Salary range £45,000 — 60,000
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