About the Role
We are currently looking for a Full stack Developer to join our development team. The successful candidate will be working as part of a project team working on public sector projects.
Within the team you will be responsible for iteratively develop applications through the public beta stage and ensure readiness for live service.
The ideal candidate will be a full stack Developer with development experience in both web and database domains.
The development team follows agile methodology so experience of this way of working is desirable. The role offers the opportunity to work fully remotely (must be UK based, some meetings will be held in the London office).
Must be self-starting with a problem-solving attitude. Willing to take accountability for assigned tasks, ensuring they are delivered. Highly motivated with the ability to work effectively remotely with other team members.
Commercial experience as a Frontend Engineer or Full Stack Developer working with a mix of the following is required:
Solid grasp of the web fundamentals HTML5, CSS3, SAAS, JS, Cross browser fixes and Compatibility, Responsive Layouts
Knowledge on Web Performances and Accessibility levels.
Development using the Microsoft .NET development stack, distributed systems, microservices, cloud platforms (AWS, Azure).
Using modern technologies such as Node.js, Cloud technology, REST API'S, .NET.
Familiarity with cross-environment build automation, and tool chain.
Familiarity with Continuous Deployment pipelines and configuration
About the Company
At acubed.IT, we are primarily focused on working with UK Government Departments to assist with transforming the way HMG perform secure processes and data capture. Utilising platforms that are already available, and if required enhancing available platform capability to meet their requirements. We have in depth experience of working on the UK's cross-government official and higher tier platforms.
acubed.it is working with a number of government departments, including the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) supporting research programmes related to building cross domain applications.