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Remote Senior React Engineer

You'll form a key part of a team of developers building React-based components and applications to support our SaaS eCommerce and headless platforms.\n\nAs an example of what you'll be working on: we're building **headless eCommerce sites with Gatsby** and rich **interactive product customisers with Next.js on Vercel**.\n\nYou start your day in a team Stand Up discussing progress you made yesterday, listening to your team members describe their current issues and dropping some knowledge bombs on how you “solved this last time”. You’re working from home today, so you pay the pet tax and encourage your four-legged-friend wave to the camera before logging off.\n\nFirst up you’ve got a pair-programming session with a Junior Developer in your team to help them through a tough search component that they’ve been working on. They’ve been steadily improving under your experienced wing and are turning into a really productive team member.\n\nAfter lunch you’ll set your Slack status and turn on Do Not Disturb for a couple of hours while you debug a weird issue with a customer’s site. There’s been a change to the out of stock logic recently to support multiple warehouses. You update your unit test suite to cover this unexpected scenario and tell the Project Manager the good news! You push your feature branch to Bitbucket and watch Bitbucket Pipelines build your artifact and prove that your tests pass.\n\nYour JIRA issue has automatically transitioned to “In Code Review” and you open your pull request, studying your diff carefully before assigning it to your team mate for a sanity check.\n\nTomorrow (assuming all is well!) you’ll merge your pull request into a release branch and let Pipelines deploy it to Staging where it will be regression tested by the QA Team and their bank of automated tests. It should be out to Production by the end of the week, providing we can get through the testing and get client sign off by 2pm on Thursday.\n\n**If you read this and it sounds like your ideal job — we want you on the team!**\n\n### What you'll be doing\n\nThe following should give you an idea of how you’ll be expected to typically be spending your time. It’s not set in stone and it may change from week-to-week, but it gives an idea of what is expected from the role.\n\n#### Software Development (80%)\n\nThe majority of your time will be spent working with your team to deliver software that meets the needs of our customers. This isn’t time that you’ll spend entirely in your editor, there’s stand up, sprint planning, scoping, architecting and designing that you’ll take part in to make sure we’re building exactly what we need in the right way.\n\nGiven your experience, a portion of this time is expected to be spent assisting other team members in delivering their work effectively.\n\n#### Process and Tooling Improvements (10%)\n\nMaking sure that we don’t sit still and keep evolving the way we build and deliver software is a critical investment of time, particularly from a team member with your experience. Use this time to try that tool you read about and see if it’s worthy of being a part of our toolchain.\n\n#### Personal Development (10%)\n\nKeeping up with new software releases, development practices, horror stories and post mortems are an essential part of any Software Developer’s time! Use this time to push forward your objectives and research tools and techniques you need to stay productive.\n \n\nBe sure to mention the words **PELICAN ABILITY HAMSTER** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n $60,000 — $100,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Remote Frontend Developer

\nYou are a Frontend Developer in our SaaS Practice, focusing on building our BigCommerce and Shopify stores. You work with your team to deliver your projects on-time and on-budget, working closely with your customers and the wider business.\n\nHere’s how your week may look:\n\nYou start your day in a team Stand Up discussing progress you made yesterday, listening to your team members describe their current issues and dropping some knowledge bombs on how you “solved this last time”. You’re working from home today, so you pay the pet tax and encourage your four-legged-friend wave to the camera before logging off.\n\nFirst up you’ve got a pair-programming session with a Junior Developer in your team to help them through a tough UI problem that they’ve been working on. They’ve been steadily improving under your experienced wing and are turning into a really productive team member.\n\nAfter lunch you’ll set your Slack status and turn on Do Not Disturb for a couple of hours while you debug a weird issue with a customer’s site. Shopify recently released an update to the checkout and (for some reason!) your customer’s site stopped working. You find the problem, update the functional tests to cover this use case and let the Project Manager know the good news! You push your feature branch to Bitbucket and watch Bitbucket Pipelines build your artifact and prove that your tests pass.\n\nYour JIRA issue has automatically transitioned to “In Code Review” and you open your pull request, studying your diff carefully before assigning it to your team mate for a sanity check.\n\nTomorrow (assuming all is well!) you’ll merge your pull request into a release branch and let Pipelines deploy it to Staging where it will be regression tested by the QA Team and their bank of automated tests. It should be out to Production by the end of the week, providing we can get through the testing and get client sign off by 2pm on Thursday.\n\nIf you read this and it sounds like your ideal job — we want you on the team!\n\nWhat You’ll Be Doing\n\nThe following should give you an idea of how you’ll be expected to typically be spending your time. It’s not set in stone and it may change from week-to-week, but it gives an idea of what is expected from the role.\n\nSoftware Development (90%)\n\nYou’ll be spending the majority of your time working on delivering projects for our customers with your team. You’ll be building BigCommerce and Shopify themes, working with the design and CX team to bring our customers requirements to life!\n\nYou’ll work with the Practice Lead to progress our platform specific goals and build out tools and products to make sure we’re constantly improving on how we work.\n\nDepending on your experience, a portion of this time is expected to be spent assisting other team members in delivering their work effectively.\n\nPersonal Development (10%)\n\nKeeping up with new software releases, development practices, horror stories and post mortems are  an essential part of any Software Developer’s time! Use this time to push forward your objectives and research tools and techniques you need to stay productive.\n\nWho You Are\n\nHere’s an idea of the type of experience you’ve got along with an idea of what we think would be useful to also know:\n\nEssential Technical Skills\n\n\n* HTML\n\n* CSS\n\n* Client-Side JavaScript\n\n* Experience working with one or more JavaScript based build tool (e.g. Grunt, Gulp, Webpack)\n\n* Experience working with Git\n\n* Knowledge of the HTTP and H2  protocols, in particular how they are relevant to frontend performance\n\n* Knowledge of web application security as it pertains to frontend web development\n\n* A frontend specialism / interest (e.g. accessibility, performance, user experience) \n\n\n\n\nDesirable Technical Skills\n\n\n* Building Shopify or BigCommerce themes\n\n* Typescript\n\n* React\n\n* Experience using one or more Unix Shells (e.g. bash, zsh)\n\n* Experience unit and functional testing with JavaScript\n\n* Atlassian Suite (Jira, Confluence, BitBucket)\n\n\n\n\nEssential Knowledge and Experience\n\n\n* Experience of the full software lifecycle\n\n* Experience dealing directly with non-technical stakeholders\n\n* Highly motivated with demonstrable technical and analytical skills\n\n* Desire to further technical skills and knowledge\n\n* Attention to detail, commitment and desire to complete a consistently high standard of work\n\n* Advanced time management skills with the ability to manage own tasks to agreed timelines with limited supervision\n\n* Able to clearly communicate complex design and development decisions\n\n* Able to articulate complex technical solutions with minimal assistance\n\n* Able to design and build complex technical solutions with minimal assistance\n\n* Strong communication skills\n\n\n\n\nDesirable Knowledge and Experience\n\n\n* One year of development experience working in a development team within a commercial environment\n\n* One year of software development experience on an ecommerce platform\n\n* Experience with Agile methodologies\n\n* Managing tasks and timelines of a development team, within a commercial environment\n\n* Advanced knowledge of best practice and architecture for complex web applications\n\n* Advanced knowledge of and able to avoid common security issues in web applications\n\n\n\n\nYour Responsibilities\n\nThe following are the types of tasks that you may be required to perform as part of your role.\n\n\n* Build Software\n\n\n\n* Interpret business requirements and technical specification documents, to deliver an appropriate technical solution to agreed quality and timelines\n\n* Write software to an agreed set of coding standards\n\n* Create, document, and implement automated test scenarios\n\n* Create and maintain technical documentation\n\n* Set up and maintain deployment systems\n\n* Participate in manual testing of work in progress\n\n* To be part of an escalation process for technical guidance in the wider development team\n\n\n\n* Maintain Software\n\n\n\n* Perform maintenance development\n\n* Investigate, analyse and document defects\n\n* Correct identified defects\n\n* Support customers out-of-hours as part of an on-call rota\n\n\n\n* Communicate with Team\n\n\n\n* Provide progress reports on tasks and projects\n\n\n\n* Assist in Planning\n\n\n\n* Participate in project planning meetings\n\n* Participate in Discovery sessions\n\n* Create business requirement and technical specification documents\n\n\n\n* Share Knowledge and Ideas\n\n\n\n* Proactively suggest improvements in customer programmes of work\n\n* Actively support and mentor less senior members of the development team\n\n* Perform related duties as assigned.\n\n\n\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Front End, Developer and Digital Nomad jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $110,000/year\n


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Space 48 is hiring a
Remote Frontend UI Developer

\nYou are a Frontend Developer in our SaaS Practice, focusing on building our BigCommerce and Shopify stores. You work with your team to deliver your projects on-time and on-budget, working closely with your customers and the wider business.\n\nHere’s how your week may look:\n\nYou start your day in a team Stand Up discussing progress you made yesterday, listening to your team members describe their current issues and dropping some knowledge bombs on how you “solved this last time”. You’re working from home today, so you pay the pet tax and encourage your four-legged-friend wave to the camera before logging off.\n\nFirst up you’ve got a pair-programming session with a Junior Developer in your team to help them through a tough UI problem that they’ve been working on. They’ve been steadily improving under your experienced wing and are turning into a really productive team member.\n\nAfter lunch you’ll set your Slack status and turn on Do Not Disturb for a couple of hours while you debug a weird issue with a customer’s site. Shopify recently released an update to the checkout and (for some reason!) your customer’s site stopped working. You find the problem, update the functional tests to cover this use case and let the Project Manager know the good news! You push your feature branch to Bitbucket and watch Bitbucket Pipelines build your artifact and prove that your tests pass.\n\nYour JIRA issue has automatically transitioned to “In Code Review” and you open your pull request, studying your diff carefully before assigning it to your team mate for a sanity check.\n\nTomorrow (assuming all is well!) you’ll merge your pull request into a release branch and let Pipelines deploy it to Staging where it will be regression tested by the QA Team and their bank of automated tests. It should be out to Production by the end of the week, providing we can get through the testing and get client sign off by 2pm on Thursday.\n\nIf you read this and it sounds like your ideal job — we want you on the team!\n\nWhat You’ll Be Doing\n\nThe following should give you an idea of how you’ll be expected to typically be spending your time. It’s not set in stone and it may change from week-to-week, but it gives an idea of what is expected from the role.\n\nSoftware Development (90%)\n\nYou’ll be spending the majority of your time working on delivering projects for our customers with your team. You’ll be building BigCommerce and Shopify themes, working with the design and CX team to bring our customers requirements to life!\n\nYou’ll work with the Practice Lead to progress our platform specific goals and build out tools and products to make sure we’re constantly improving on how we work.\n\nDepending on your experience, a portion of this time is expected to be spent assisting other team members in delivering their work effectively.\n\nPersonal Development (10%)\n\nKeeping up with new software releases, development practices, horror stories and post mortems are  an essential part of any Software Developer’s time! Use this time to push forward your objectives and research tools and techniques you need to stay productive.\n\nWho You Are\n\nHere’s an idea of the type of experience you’ve got along with an idea of what we think would be useful to also know:\n\nEssential Technical Skills\n\n\n* HTML\n\n* CSS\n\n* Client-Side JavaScript\n\n* Experience working with one or more JavaScript based build tool (e.g. Grunt, Gulp, Webpack)\n\n* Experience working with Git\n\n* Knowledge of the HTTP and H2  protocols, in particular how they are relevant to frontend performance\n\n* Knowledge of web application security as it pertains to frontend web development\n\n* A frontend specialism / interest (e.g. accessibility, performance, user experience) \n\n\n\n\nDesirable Technical Skills\n\n\n* Building Shopify or BigCommerce themes\n\n* Typescript\n\n* React\n\n* Experience using one or more Unix Shells (e.g. bash, zsh)\n\n* Experience unit and functional testing with JavaScript\n\n* Atlassian Suite (Jira, Confluence, BitBucket)\n\n\n\n\nEssential Knowledge and Experience\n\n\n* Experience of the full software lifecycle\n\n* Experience dealing directly with non-technical stakeholders\n\n* Highly motivated with demonstrable technical and analytical skills\n\n* Desire to further technical skills and knowledge\n\n* Attention to detail, commitment and desire to complete a consistently high standard of work\n\n* Advanced time management skills with the ability to manage own tasks to agreed timelines with limited supervision\n\n* Able to clearly communicate complex design and development decisions\n\n* Able to articulate complex technical solutions with minimal assistance\n\n* Able to design and build complex technical solutions with minimal assistance\n\n* Strong communication skills\n\n\n\n\nDesirable Knowledge and Experience\n\n\n* One year of development experience working in a development team within a commercial environment\n\n* One year of software development experience on an ecommerce platform\n\n* Experience with Agile methodologies\n\n* Managing tasks and timelines of a development team, within a commercial environment\n\n* Advanced knowledge of best practice and architecture for complex web applications\n\n* Advanced knowledge of and able to avoid common security issues in web applications\n\n\n\n\nYour Responsibilities\n\nThe following are the types of tasks that you may be required to perform as part of your role.\n\n\n* Build Software\n\n\n\n* Interpret business requirements and technical specification documents, to deliver an appropriate technical solution to agreed quality and timelines\n\n* Write software to an agreed set of coding standards\n\n* Create, document, and implement automated test scenarios\n\n* Create and maintain technical documentation\n\n* Set up and maintain deployment systems\n\n* Participate in manual testing of work in progress\n\n* To be part of an escalation process for technical guidance in the wider development team\n\n\n\n* Maintain Software\n\n\n\n* Perform maintenance development\n\n* Investigate, analyse and document defects\n\n* Correct identified defects\n\n* Support customers out-of-hours as part of an on-call rota\n\n\n\n* Communicate with Team\n\n\n\n* Provide progress reports on tasks and projects\n\n\n\n* Assist in Planning\n\n\n\n* Participate in project planning meetings\n\n* Participate in Discovery sessions\n\n* Create business requirement and technical specification documents\n\n\n\n* Share Knowledge and Ideas\n\n\n\n* Proactively suggest improvements in customer programmes of work\n\n* Actively support and mentor less senior members of the development team\n\n* Perform related duties as assigned.\n\n\n\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Front End, Developer and Design jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $110,000/year\n


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Space 48 is hiring a
Remote Contract Magento Developer

\nThis is a six-month contract.\n\nYou will form a key part of a team of developers building and maintaining large, complicated Magento sites.\n\nWe're looking for a Magento Developer with experience of the frontend and backend of magento to help us expand and improve the range of Magento stores that we currently look after. We work with a large number of brands like Richer Sounds, Cox and Cox and Bettys all of which have the vision and drive to push their online presence to the limit! You'll spend your time working closely with our Magento Practice Lead and your squad's Technical Lead to really get to know your customers and their environments.\n\nAs well as Magento 2.x, we have a number of Magento 1.x stores that we're in the process of migrating over to a support platform, so you may need to dip your toes into some older codebases. We're actively moving our customers away from Magento 1.x though.\n\nA Typical Day\n\nYou start your day in a team Stand Up discussing progress you made yesterday, listening to your team members describe their current issues and dropping some knowledge bombs on how you “solved this last time”. You’re working from home today, so you pay the pet tax and encourage your four-legged-friend wave to the camera before logging off.\n\nFirst up you’ve got a pair-programming session with a Junior Developer in your team to help them through a tough ERP integration that they’ve been working on. They’ve been steadily improving under your experienced wing and are turning into a really productive team member.\n\nAfter lunch you’ll set your Slack status and turn on Do Not Disturb for a couple of hours while you debug a weird issue with a customer’s site. There’s been a change to the out of stock logic recently to support multiple warehouses. You update your unit test suite to cover this unexpected scenario and tell the Project Manager the good news! You push your feature branch to Bitbucket and watch Bitbucket Pipelines build your artifact and prove that your tests pass.\n\nYour JIRA issue has automatically transitioned to “In Code Review” and you open your pull request, studying your diff carefully before assigning it to your team mate for a sanity check.\n\nTomorrow (assuming all is well!) you’ll merge your pull request into a release branch and let Pipelines deploy it to Staging where it will be regression tested by the QA Team and their bank of automated tests. It should be out to Production by the end of the week, providing we can get through the testing and get client sign off by 2pm on Thursday.\n\nIf you read this and it sounds like your ideal job — we want you on the team!You start your day in a team Stand Up discussing progress you made yesterday, listening to your team members describe their current issues and dropping some knowledge bombs on how you “solved this last time”. You’re working from home today, so you pay the pet tax and encourage your four-legged-friend wave to the camera before logging off.\n\nFirst up you’ve got a pair-programming session with a Junior Developer in your team to help them through a tough ERP integration that they’ve been working on. They’ve been steadily improving under your experienced wing and are turning into a really productive team member.\n\nAfter lunch you’ll set your Slack status and turn on Do Not Disturb for a couple of hours while you debug a weird issue with a customer’s site. There’s been a change to the out of stock logic recently to support multiple warehouses. You update your unit test suite to cover this unexpected scenario and tell the Project Manager the good news! You push your feature branch to Bitbucket and watch Bitbucket Pipelines build your artifact and prove that your tests pass.\n\nYour JIRA issue has automatically transitioned to “In Code Review” and you open your pull request, studying your diff carefully before assigning it to your team mate for a sanity check.\n\nTomorrow (assuming all is well!) you’ll merge your pull request into a release branch and let Pipelines deploy it to Staging where it will be regression tested by the QA Team and their bank of automated tests. It should be out to Production by the end of the week, providing we can get through the testing and get client sign off by 2pm on Thursday.\n\nIf you read this and it sounds like your ideal job — we want you on the team!\n\n\nWhat you'll be doing\n\nSoftware Development\n\n\nThe majority of your time will be spent working with your team to deliver software that meets the needs of our customers. This isn’t time that you’ll spend entirely in your editor, there’s stand up, sprint planning, scoping, architecting and designing that you’ll take part in to make sure we’re building exactly what we need in the right way.\n\nDepending on your experience, a portion of this time may be expected to be spent assisting other team members in delivering their work effectively.\n\nProcess and Tooling Improvements\n\n\nMaking sure that we don’t sit still and keep evolving the way we build and deliver software is a critical investment of time, particularly from a team member with your experience. Use this time to try that tool you read about and see if it’s worthy of being a part of our toolchain.\n\nYour Responsibilities\n\n\n* Build Software\n\n\n* Interpret business requirements and technical specification documents, to deliver an appropriate technical solution to agreed quality and timelines\n\n* Write software to an agreed set of coding standardsCreate, document, and implement automated test scenarios\n\n* Create and maintain technical documentation\n\n* Set up and maintain deployment systems\n\n* Participate in manual testing of work in progress\n\n* To be part of an escalation process for technical guidance in the wider development team\n\n\n\n\n\n* Maintain Software\n\n\n* Perform maintenance development\n\n* Investigate, analyse and document defects\n\n* Correct identified defects\n\n* Support customers out-of-hours as part of an on-call rota\n\n\n\n\n\n* Communicate with Team\n\n\n* Provide progress reports on tasks and projects\n\n\n\n\n\n* Assist in Planning\n\n\n* Participate in project planning meetings\n\n* Participate in Discovery sessions\n\n* Create business requirement and technical specification documents\n\n\n\n\n\n* Share Knowledge and Ideas\n\n\n* Proactively suggest improvements in customer programmes of work\n\n* Actively support and mentor less senior members of the development team\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nRequirements\n\nEssential Technical Skills\n\n\n* At least 1 year of experience with Magento 2.x\n\n* Experience with one or more PHP-based frameworks (e.g. Symfony, Laravel)\n\n* Experience with one or more relationship database systems (e.g. MySQL, Postgres)\n\n* Experience of the full software lifecycle\n\n* Experience with Agile methodologies\n\n* Experience working with Git\n\n* Knowledge of the HTTP and H2 protocols\n\n* Knowledge of basic web application security.\n\n\n\n\nEssential Knowledge / Experience\n\n\n* At least 1 year of development experience working in a development team within a commercial environment.\n\n* Highly motivated with demonstrable technical and analytical skills.\n\n* Desire to further technical skills and knowledge.\n\n* Attention to detail, commitment and desire to complete a consistently high standard of work.\n\n* Intermediate time management skills with the ability to manage own tasks to agreed timelines with limited supervision.\n\n* Able to clearly communicate design and development decisions with limited assistance.\n\n* Knowledge of best practice and architecture for complex web applications.\n\n* Knowledge of and able to avoid common security issues in web applications.\n\n* Able to articulate technical solutions with minimal assistance.\n\n* Able to design and build technical solutions with minimal assistance.\n\n* Strong communication skills.\n\n\n\n\nDesirable Technical Skills\n\n\n* Experience with one or more JavaScript build environments (e.g. Webpack, Gulp)\n\n* TypeScript\n\n* Node\n\n* Experience integrating with third-party APIs\n\n* Atlassian Suite (Jira, Confluence, BitBucket)\n\n* Experience with PCI Compliance\n\n* Experience working with servers over SSH.\n\n\n\n\nDesirable Knowledge / Experience\n\n\n* Experience of people management in a fast-paced development environment\n\n* Managing tasks and timelines of a development team, within a commercial environment.\n\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Developer, Digital Nomad jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $110,000/year\n


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Space 48 is hiring a
Remote Magento Backend Developer

\nYou will form a key part of a team of developers building and maintaining large, complicated Magento sites.\n\nWe're looking for a Backend Magento Developer to help us expand and improve the range of Magento stores that we currently look after. We work with a large number of brands like Richer Sounds, Cox and Cox and Bettys all of which have the vision and drive to push their online presence to the limit! You'll spend your time working closely with our Magento Practice Lead and your squad's Technical Lead to really get to know your customers and their environments.\n\nAs well as Magento 2.x, we have a number of Magento 1.x stores that we're in the process of migrating over to a support platform, so you may need to dip your toes into some older codebases. We're actively moving our customers away from Magento 1.x though.\n\nOver the longterm, there may be opportunities to move from our Magento Practice into our SaaS Practice where our primary technology stack is TypeScript / Node.\n\nA Typical Day\n\nYou start your day in a team Stand Up discussing progress you made yesterday, listening to your team members describe their current issues and dropping some knowledge bombs on how you “solved this last time”. You’re working from home today, so you pay the pet tax and encourage your four-legged-friend wave to the camera before logging off.\n\nFirst up you’ve got a pair-programming session with a Junior Developer in your team to help them through a tough ERP integration that they’ve been working on. They’ve been steadily improving under your experienced wing and are turning into a really productive team member.\n\nAfter lunch you’ll set your Slack status and turn on Do Not Disturb for a couple of hours while you debug a weird issue with a customer’s site. There’s been a change to the out of stock logic recently to support multiple warehouses. You update your unit test suite to cover this unexpected scenario and tell the Project Manager the good news! You push your feature branch to Bitbucket and watch Bitbucket Pipelines build your artifact and prove that your tests pass.\n\nYour JIRA issue has automatically transitioned to “In Code Review” and you open your pull request, studying your diff carefully before assigning it to your team mate for a sanity check.\n\nTomorrow (assuming all is well!) you’ll merge your pull request into a release branch and let Pipelines deploy it to Staging where it will be regression tested by the QA Team and their bank of automated tests. It should be out to Production by the end of the week, providing we can get through the testing and get client sign off by 2pm on Thursday.\n\nIf you read this and it sounds like your ideal job — we want you on the team!You start your day in a team Stand Up discussing progress you made yesterday, listening to your team members describe their current issues and dropping some knowledge bombs on how you “solved this last time”. You’re working from home today, so you pay the pet tax and encourage your four-legged-friend wave to the camera before logging off.\n\nFirst up you’ve got a pair-programming session with a Junior Developer in your team to help them through a tough ERP integration that they’ve been working on. They’ve been steadily improving under your experienced wing and are turning into a really productive team member.\n\nAfter lunch you’ll set your Slack status and turn on Do Not Disturb for a couple of hours while you debug a weird issue with a customer’s site. There’s been a change to the out of stock logic recently to support multiple warehouses. You update your unit test suite to cover this unexpected scenario and tell the Project Manager the good news! You push your feature branch to Bitbucket and watch Bitbucket Pipelines build your artifact and prove that your tests pass.\n\nYour JIRA issue has automatically transitioned to “In Code Review” and you open your pull request, studying your diff carefully before assigning it to your team mate for a sanity check.\n\nTomorrow (assuming all is well!) you’ll merge your pull request into a release branch and let Pipelines deploy it to Staging where it will be regression tested by the QA Team and their bank of automated tests. It should be out to Production by the end of the week, providing we can get through the testing and get client sign off by 2pm on Thursday.\n\nIf you read this and it sounds like your ideal job — we want you on the team!\n\nWhat you'll be doing\n\n\n* Software Development (80%)\n\n\n\n\nThe majority of your time will be spent working with your team to deliver software that meets the needs of our customers. This isn’t time that you’ll spend entirely in your editor, there’s stand up, sprint planning, scoping, architecting and designing that you’ll take part in to make sure we’re building exactly what we need in the right way.\n\nDepending on your experience, a portion of this time may be expected to be spent assisting other team members in delivering their work effectively.\n\n\n\n* Process and Tooling Improvements (10%)\n\n\n\n\nMaking sure that we don’t sit still and keep evolving the way we build and deliver software is a critical investment of time, particularly from a team member with your experience. Use this time to try that tool you read about and see if it’s worthy of being a part of our toolchain.\n\n\n\n* Personal Development (10%)\n\n\n\n\nKeeping up with new software releases, development practices, horror stories and post mortems are an essential part of any Software Developer’s time! Use this time to push forward your objectives and research tools and techniques you need to stay productive.\n\n\nYour Responsibilities\n\n\n* Build Software\n\n\n\n* Interpret business requirements and technical specification documents, to deliver an appropriate technical solution to agreed quality and timelines\n\n* Write software to an agreed set of coding standardsCreate, document, and implement automated test scenarios\n\n* Create and maintain technical documentation\n\n* Set up and maintain deployment systems\n\n* Participate in manual testing of work in progress\n\n* To be part of an escalation process for technical guidance in the wider development team\n\n\n\n* Maintain Software\n\n\n\n* Perform maintenance development\n\n* Investigate, analyse and document defects\n\n* Correct identified defects\n\n* Support customers out-of-hours as part of an on-call rota\n\n\n\n* Communicate with Team\n\n\n\n* Provide progress reports on tasks and projects\n\n\n\n* Assist in Planning\n\n\n\n* Participate in project planning meetings\n\n* Participate in Discovery sessions\n\n* Create business requirement and technical specification documents\n\n\n\n* Share Knowledge and Ideas\n\n\n\n* Proactively suggest improvements in customer programmes of work\n\n* Actively support and mentor less senior members of the development team\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nEssential Technical Skills\n\n\n* At least 1 year of experience with Magento 2.x\n\n* Experience with one or more PHP-based frameworks (e.g. Symfony, Laravel)\n\n* Experience with one or more relationship database systems (e.g. MySQL, Postgres)\n\n* Experience of the full software lifecycle\n\n* Experience with Agile methodologies\n\n* Experience working with Git\n\n* Knowledge of the HTTP and H2 protocols\n\n* Knowledge of basic web application security\n\n\n\n\nEssential Knowledge / Experience\n\n\n* At least 1 year of development experience working in a development team within a commercial environment.\n\n* Highly motivated with demonstrable technical and analytical skills.\n\n* Desire to further technical skills and knowledge.\n\n* Attention to detail, commitment and desire to complete a consistently high standard of work.\n\n* Intermediate time management skills with the ability to manage own tasks to agreed timelines with limited supervision.\n\n* Able to clearly communicate design and development decisions with limited assistance.\n\n* Knowledge of best practice and architecture for complex web applications.\n\n* Knowledge of and able to avoid common security issues in web applications.\n\n* Able to articulate technical solutions with minimal assistance.\n\n* Able to design and build technical solutions with minimal assistance.\n\n* Strong communication skills.\n\n\n\n\nDesirable Technical Skills\n\n\n* Experience with one or more JavaScript build environments (e.g. Webpack, Gulp)\n\n* TypeScript\n\n* Node\n\n* Experience integrating with third-party APIs\n\n* Atlassian Suite (Jira, Confluence, BitBucket)\n\n* Experience with PCI Compliance\n\n* Experience working with servers over SSH\n\n\n\n\nDesirable Knowledge / Experience\n\n\n* Experience of people management in a fast-paced development environment\n\n* Managing tasks and timelines of a development team, within a commercial environment \n\n\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Developer, Backend and Digital Nomad jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $110,000/year\n


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