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Developer - Edinburgh

£7.50 per hour - Software Development
Ref: 851 Date Posted: Tuesday 20 Feb 2018
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Software Developer, Part-time, up to 6 months

Overview

This is a start-up project to develop a ‘minimum viable product’ (MVP) to test market response. The role is part-time and can be home-based, and will suit a 4th year student seeking practical, part-time work experience during his/her studies. The project will start ASAP with a view to a permanent role upon graduation.

Requirements

Essential

You will be a 4th year student, able to work diligently towards an absolute deadline, provide accurate coding and regular progress reports.

You will have a comprehensive understanding of the following features/stack: -

  • Application design and development
  • MongoDB
  • React
  • Node.js
  • Stripe payment integrations for subscriptions
  • Data capture
  • User account management
  • CSV export

Desirable

  • Knowledge of IT infrastructures and back office software solutions
  • Social media marketing skills
  • Looking to enter workplace immediately after graduation
  • To build and lead a development team

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