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Software Developer - Glasgow

£8.75 per hour - Software Development
Ref: 872 Date Posted: Friday 06 Apr 2018
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Software Developer, Glasgow, 6 months, starting ASAP

About the company

Time2dine is the main project of Migsoft Ltd, an ambitious Glasgow software company. We are a team of 5 with plans to scale rapidly with our restaurant booking app. and POS system. Our mission with time2dine is to help people enjoy convenient, stress free dining, and to increase profitability and efficiency within the restaurant industry. We are alumni of Entrepreneurial Spark business accelerator and were shortlisted for a Great British Entrepreneur Award. We’re also supported by the Strathclyde Entrepreneurial Network. Friendly team with good career prospects for the right people.

About the role

Software developer required to finalise the time2dine app. and website. Help improve our in-house POS software. Research, develop and integrate new features. Identify and help fix any bugs which occur. Work closely with our developers to ensure our products are of high standard, by testing and reporting back on findings. Important best efforts are made to hit target deadlines and communicate progress and any issues to management. At times may be asked to input restaurant menus on system.

Required skills

Essential

  • Java/Java script
  • Good communication skills
  • Reliability
  • Keen to learn

Desirable

  • Swift
  • Restaurant experience
  • Teamwork skills

How to apply

Please provide a cover letter alongside your CV, detailing the below:

  • Level of study and relevant skills
  • Availability 
  • References
  • Career goals
  • Can you speak any other languages?

Start your e-Placement journey with Time2dine today.

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