Montash is currently retained by a global travel organisation seeking a Web Developer to join their growing business. The Web Developer's role will be to develop, support and maintain key systems within the domain to ensure the organisation maintains its market leading presence.
Web Developer Responsibilities
- Deliver the best cost-effective web solutions to support the easyJet development agenda. Supporting the software delivery life cycle from development, through UAT, cutover and into post implementation support.
- Deliver high quality and cost effective web solutions across IT in line with easyJet standards and best practices. Assist in driving requirements with end users and documenting process flows.
- Play an active role in the Scrum team. Understand and evangelise and Software Engineering Best Practice including Extreme Programming (XP), Scrum, Kanban and DevOps practices.
- Exude the values of Extreme Programming (XP) including Simplicity, Communication, Feedback, Respect and Courage
- Understand and drive the adoption of practices such as Continuous Integration, Coding Standards and Automation.
- Production of automated tests in line with the Agile Testing Triangle e.g. unit tests, service layer tests and UI tests.
- Assisting with incident and problem management activity
- Specify user/system interfaces, and translate logical designs into physical designs taking account of target environment, performance requirements and existing systems.
- Ensure all deliverables are well documented, re-usable, tested and operate at a high level of performance. Ensure that the code adheres to brand/template and standard practices.
- Undertake analytical activities required to support the development and maintenance of systems
- Experience of Agile and Waterfall development practices
- Experience of Microsoft development technologies
- Evidence of working to a Software Delivery Lifecycle
- Evidence of being able to mature business requirements into technical implementations
- Experience with MS SQL Server 2005, 2008R2 and 2012
- Use of ALM tools to support a SDLC
- Use of Source control tools, preferably Git
If this opportunity is of interest to you or for a conversation around the market in general, please contact, Chloe Winterhalter on 0207 014 0232 or email ChloeA@montash.com