Software Engineer Manager – up to £65,000
Cambridge- fully remote possible
This is genuinely a chance to work with one of the most famous organisations in the world. Guarantee you’ve heard of them! They are constantly pushing boundaries, they are responsible for numerous scientific breakthroughs throughout the years. A really interesting opportunity to lead a team that handles over 50 services, and pick up some cool new tech.
You’ll be joining them at a period of sustained growth, with their tech team having grown from 5 or 6, to 30, in the past 3 years. Some very exciting plans ahead and an excellent chance to get hands on with new and emerging technologies. They are often the first to adopt these tools and encourage you to experiment.
As the team grows, they are looking for a leader to come on board to shape the way they work, to lead a team a team of engineers working on building new cloud native services and modernising existing applications! The business and tech team has grown so much that they are splitting into a 4th team, so this role will be managing that.
You will be the go to person for keeping the team motivated, managing priorities, understanding the needs of the product, and developing cases for new proposals and features. Whilst this is a manager position, as the team is quite small you will be rolling your sleeves up and getting stuck in, so this is certainly a ‘hands on’ role!
Their tech stack: Terraform, Ansible, GitLab, Python, Django, Java, Spring, React, and Typescript.
What they’re looking for:
- 5 years experience in Software Development, and a natural at keeping up with the latest tech trends
- Experience in Python preferred, but wider languages with a willingness to learn are super welcome to apply!
- Modern software development and testing practices and processes, including debugging, administration, and automation
- Experience with Docker
- Experience with GitLab or GitHub
- Cloud technologies on public clouds such as Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, or Azure.
They have a fab culture here, with a focus on personal development, workshops, open source projects and meetups.
Please submit your CV and I’ll be in touch to discuss!