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Full Stack Developer GCP TypeScript Vue.js - Start-up

Job Title: Full Stack Developer GCP TypeScript Vue.js - Start-up
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Leatherhead, Surrey
Salary: £65000 - £80000 per annum + benefits
REF: BB/17587/B/AT/211221_1640075176
Contact Name: CSR DevFEOSJava
Contact Email:
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Full Stack Developer (GCP TypeScript Vue.js). Would you like to work within a start-up environment alongside a small, highly talented development team? This is an incredibly exciting time to join the business as they have recently secured 2.5 million in funding and are planning to scale rapidly.

As a Full Stack Developer you will primarily be responsible for the company's core platform hosted in GCP; designing and developing the NoSQL Firebase back-end and have hands-on involvement with the front-end web portal using Vue.js and mobile app using Flutter. The company has created a services on demand platform (similar to the likes of Uber or Deliveroo) offering qualified IT support professionals. Clients can use the mobile app to connect with pre-vetted engineers globally (50+ countries) to help with IT related issues or tasks including hardware and software installations or updates.

The company is based in the centre of Leatherhead with good transport links close by. You will be able to work from home 2 - 3 days a week.

*A Full Stack Developer with hands-on experience using serverless architecture
*Good JavaScript / TypeScript skills and experience using frameworks such as Vue.js (ideally), React or Angular
*Experience creating and maintaining efficient CI/CD pipelines
*Confident being a standalone developer
*Very good initiative, highly proactive and ability to deliver
*Excellent communication and collaboration skills
*Desirable: Firebase, GCP

As a Full Stack Developer you can expect to earn a competitive salary (up to £80k) plus benefits.

Apply today or call to have a confidential discussion about this Full Stack Developer (GCP TypeScript Vue.js) role.