Web Team Lead (microsoft platforms)
Bath (1 day a week in office or more)
We are supporting this business with a new hire for their web team. I know you probably see a lot of job adverts using the words ‘amazing’, ‘fantastic’, ‘epic’ and as cliché as they are, I’m putting my neck on the line and saying this company are all 3 and more. The most down to earth manager, who just gets it, loves technology and nice people.
The business has had a crazy successful year, are under going a digital transformation and mid way through re-architecting their systems. The IT department is made up of 50 people most based in the South West but they do have a small London office too.
Their platform is used by over 900 users nationwide, and support 75% of the top companies in this space. You’ll be joining to Lead their web team so someone who can effectively lead and manage a small agile scrum team working across a range of varied projects and technologies.
Your background will include modern Microsoft skills, covering a range of products, to assist in the redevelopment of existing systems together with design and development of new solutions as part of a digital transformation programme.
You’ll follow Agile development principles, where they work in 2-week sprints and never missed a deployment. The team you will be working within are made up of 4 developers, 2 testers and 2 BA’s.
You’ll have experience using Microsoft technologies including:
- ASP.NET Core 3.1
- ASP.NET MVC
- REST API development with ASP.NET
- Azure PaaS Services (App Service; Functions; Key Vault; Storage; Cosmos DB)
- Azure DevOps (Boards; CI/CD Pipelines; Repos)
- Source Control (Git)
- Unit Testing
- SQL ServerTransact SQL
- Entity Framework
The following are desirable, but of course you can learn on the job:
- Azure CLI
- Containers (Docker)
- OpenID Connect / OAuth2
- Secure Development Principles
Salary up to £70,000. Office based in central Bath, 2 mins from the station. Moving forward they are following a hybrid model, although the office cannot actually house everyone in the business so things are pretty flexible and looking likely you’ll chose what works for you but will be required in the office once a week, but if that doesn’t work at least once every 2 weeks for sprint planning.
– 25 days annual leave
– Flexible working hours
– Pension scheme
– Cycle to work scheme
– Technical training courses inc security in your first year of employment.
– Central office, next to the train station
Quick turn around on this one, please get in touch to discuss further.