13 Apr Full Stack Developer
The Target Healthcare Group is the UKs largest supplier of ‘unlicensed medicines’. We’re a leading pharmaceutical supplier with businesses and sites throughout the UK.
Due to continued and exciting growth, we’re looking to add a dynamic and fast-paced Full Stack Developer to join our team based in East Kilbride.
For this role – spirit and passion will trump years of experience. We’re looking for someone who has the right attitude and mindset to take us to the next level.
The Full Stack Developer will be required to produce scalable software solutions. Working in a stand-alone role, they’ll be part of a cross-functional team that’s responsible for the full software development life cycle, from conception to deployment.
As a Full Stack Developer, you should be comfortable around both front-end and back-end coding languages, development frameworks and third-party libraries. You should also be a team player with a knack for visual design and utility.
- Working with the Senior Leadership Team to conceptualise and configure various software solutions
- Designing customer and server-side architecture
- Building the front-end of applications through appealing visual design
- Developing and managing well-functioning databases and applications
- Writing effective APIs
- Testing software to ensure responsiveness and efficiency
- Troubleshooting, debugging and upgrading software
- Creating security and data protection settings
- Building features and applications with a mobile responsive design
- Writing technical documentation
- Work with Project Management and IT colleagues on various other projects
Skills and Attributes Required
- Proven experience as a Full Stack Developer or in similar role
- Experience developing desktop and mobile applications
- Familiarity with common stacks
- Familiarity with databases, web servers, and UI/UX design
- Excellent communication and teamwork skills
- Great attention to detail
- Organisational skills
- An analytical mind
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
Salary: £40,000.00-£60,000.00 per year