Senior Full Stack Developer

at Driver Exchange in London

(₤60000 - ₤70000 per year)

The role


We’re looking for a full stack web developer – someone who can take on board a business requirement, think creatively about it and design & implement an elegant solution.


The right candidate will have a passion for well-designed web & mobile apps and an understanding of why they work so well; he or she will be able to apply that understanding to a new service so that it is intuitive, quick and enjoyable to use. Crucially, the candidate will have the technical skillset, acumen and interest to deliver the functionality with thoughtful, accurate and efficient code.


Role details:


  • Permanent position
  • Based in London, or remote working (in the UK) with a day in the office every week or so
  • Start date: ASAP

Skills & Requirements


Must have experience with:


  • MVC framework(s)
  • Single page app development
  • Java (but you don’t have to love it)
  • Relational database modelling and sophisticated SQL querying
  • HTML, CSS and JavaScript
  • Writing tests for what you build
  • Optimising for performance (database, network, algorithms)

Would be a bonus if you have experience with:


  • React
  • Functional programming
  • Native mobile app development

About the Driver Exchange Ltd


The Driver Exchange is a profitable, fast-growing business based in Central London.


We provide marketplace and SaaS services to logistics and staffing companies. We want to be the technology provider that powers the world of shift work.


Our initial focus has been the UK logistics sector, but our latest SaaS contracts are taking us into new employment markets (we better change our name!), and we plan to launch in an international market in the next 18 months.


We’re a small team – eight of us at the moment, with four people in dev and ops. We boot-strapped our way to profitability, so we’re used to being lean. Now we need to grow to meet customers’ needs for new functionality.


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Published at 19 May 2017
Expires on 19 Jul 2017
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