Our Blue chip contractor is currently looking for a Full Stack Software Engineer for a 12 months contract at £320pd PAYE.
As a Full Stack Software Engineer, you will develop, modify, and maintain elements of services that people see and interact with at Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
You will work with agile, multidisciplinary teams, collaborating with Delivery Managers, User Researchers, Business Analysts, Test Automation Engineers, Technical Architects, and other Software Engineers to deliver world-class services designed for the people who use them.
You will build accessible user interfaces for services, both in prototype and production environments. These interfaces must work across multiple devices and browsers. You will take responsibility for the quality of code you produce by ensuring a high level of unit test coverage as well as assisting and writing journey tests in partnership with the teams QAs.
You will be expected to use the Government Design System (GDS) components to allow for rapid prototyping and then building of the live service. Your responsibilities will include development and maintenance of production code.
You will follow TDD principles and be responsible for the operational stability and resilience of the products you build. You’ll place an emphasis on assurance automation and CI/CD principles to deliver quality outcomes in line with DWP engineering strategy and industry best-practice.
· At least 3 years working within an agile team environment
· HTML (inc. Nunjucks) & CSS (inc. CSS preprocessors, e.g. Sass)
· Unit testing – Mocha.js, Chai.js
· Java - Spring Boot
· Build tool - Maven
· TDD - JUnit
· CI - Git
· CI/CD tooling – GitLab CI
· Microservices and Event driven architecture.
· Experience of working with containers