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5 full-stack developer jobs hiring in the UK this week

With an average starting salary of £57k rising to £150k-plus, full-stack developers are in high demand, writes Jobbio's Aisling O’Toole.

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The tech sector has gone through something of a readjustment period following some significant layoffs earlier this year, but the escalation of AI and machine learning means that demand for specialised tech skills continues to rise.

Full-stack developers, for example, remain in high demand. With an average starting salary of £57k rising to £150k-plus, those with a proven track record of working as a full-stack developer are well placed to switch jobs.

Right now, there are many vacancies for full-stack developers across the UK. Five exciting roles are highlighted below, but for those looking to get an overview of the sector as a whole, a visit to the AltFi Job Board is an excellent starting point.

Senior Full-Stack Developer, Citi, London

This role is based with Citi’s London Innovation Lab and will focus on Document Master Central, its strategic document management system which was developed in-house and serves clients across the global bank. As a Senior Developer with an in-depth knowledge of web technologies, design patterns and software architectures, you will take a hands-on role in designing and building new capabilities for the workflow platform.You will be passionate about technologies and an expert in multiple areas of development, including containers and Docker, Kubernetes or OpenShift. You will have a proven track record as a senior developer on projects, contributing to the direction for architecture and tackling complex features. Find more information here.

Full-stack Developer, Starling Bank, Cardiff

Britain’s first digital bank, Starling built its entire platform in Java and is now looking for Full-stack Developers who are truly full stack. You should be as comfortable polishing your Javascript front end as you are debugging the innards of Java applications database interactions, or tweaking CloudFormation templates. The successful candidate will have experience designing REST APIs, working with code backend services, and developing modern front ends, ideally using React and Redux. Starling Bank offers employees fully remote or hybrid working options as pension contributions and medical insurance. Get full details now.

Full Stack Developer, Fis Global, London

Distributing the traditional world of banking with its innovative tech solutions for merchant banks, ecommerce brands and capital market firms, Fis Global is looking for a Full Stack Developer to work on its Platform Engineering team. This role will see the successful applicant working on modes of customer engagement for the dynamic financial services landscape. You will be responsible for the development and delivery of the FIS Platform consisting of the platform core, enabling interfaces or as-a-service offerings, and on a day-to-day basis will develop and implement software applications and services including front-end user interface, APIs, and back-end systems. You’ll need five years’ of experience with a minimum of three years’ in financial services, plus significant knowledge of software development and delivery pipelines, software testing, databases and technical documentation. Apply for this opportunity now.

Full-stack Developer, Tandem, Manchester

With a passion for making finance green, Tandem employs more than 500 people in London, Blackpool, Cardiff, Durham and Manchester, all working together to create a fairer, greener, more accessible bank. Committed to helping customers reduce their carbon footprint, it aims to accelerate to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Supporting that goal, the Full Stack Developer will write clean, high-quality, testable, secure, maintainable and extendable code, as well as implementing, testing and launching new features on the fintech platform. Applicants should have solid experience with C# / ASP.Net Core or Java, plus a willingness to work with either, and a deep knowledge of databases and data modelling. See all the requirements for this role.

Full-Stack Developer, PwC, Bristol

In this Full-stack Developer role, the successful candidate will be working as a part of PwC’s Deals Technology department, which supports the business to go to market with innovative software, data, and automation solutions that are bespoke to their needs. Within this role, projects will be mostly green field in nature, meaning you will have the opportunity to develop new solutions from the ground up and have significant input on technical direction. PwC offers hybrid working from its Bristol HQ, and applicants should have at least three-plus years’ experience as a full-stack developer as well as experience in database design and working with code first Entity Framework. Find more information here.

For more exciting opportunities as a full-stack developer in a company that will invest in your career, start exploring the AltFi Job Board today

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