Hi. My name is Daniele Turi and I am the CTO of AnyJunk.co.uk, a multi-award winning £10m+ sales company that is reinventing rubbish clearance with technology.
Over the last three years we have cleanly rebuilt the platform from scratch, with a team highly proficient in pure functional programming. The back-end is written in Scala + Cats and the front-end (web and apps) in React JS/React Native + Redux. More details on our tech blog - https://medium.com/anyjunk. These posts reflect time invested in programming research while developing, which is fundamental to our culture.
Role: Junior Functional Programming Developer
We are growing our team to continue innovating and expand the application of our platform beyond waste clearance into other sectors and countries, as well as spinning out a new app based marketplace venture. To support this growth, we are looking to invest in the training of a Junior Developer in both React/Redux and Scala to become a key member of our team. This is a unique opportunity for you to learn some of the hottest programming skills in the market.
- 1 year experience in Haskell or Scala
- 2:1 or higher degree in a Maths-based subject
- have talent, curiosity, and style
- an interest in types and functional programming
- appreciate test automation
- enjoy contributing to product and technical discussions
Experience with JS or app development is a bonus.
What we offer
- Training in functional programming with the opportunity to work on Scala and React
- Collaborative, exciting environment - projects are managed in weekly sprints, using JIRA for tickets and GitHub for code repository, with detailed peer code reviews.
- Competitive salary
- 23 days holiday + 1 bonus birthday holiday
- Cool office space - including pool table, bean to cup coffee machine, & fresh fruit!
Visa - should you need a visa, we hold a sponsor licence and have already successfully sponsored Tier 2 candidates.
Location: Putney, SW15 London
Next steps: If you meet the above requirements and would like to apply, please send a short cover note, your CV or LinkedIn profile, and a link to some code of which you are particularly proud.