Web Developer wanted at HR GO Plc in Ashford

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We are looking for a Web Developer to join our HR GO Labs team at HR GO plc.

HR GO Labs’ mission is to apply technology to improve the experience of those looking for work and those hiring. We believe that the current recruitment industry is not doing enough to deliver a good experience to people, and we believe that we can make that better with technology.

Our team is small which is great because we work fast and we’re autonomous. Over the last 12 months we have built a few different things:

– A web app for candidates, which has attracted around 60,000 signups.

– A video chat feature which is used for 250 calls per day.

– Some payroll software which processes around 7000 timesheets per week.

– A web app for clients, which is used by big brands.

If you like working in a small team, with no red tape and some interesting problems to solve, then this is a great opportunity for you.

Most of our work is written in JavaScript. We have single page applications written in React, apps written in React Native, and services, APIs and backend logic written in Node.

However, recently the team have decided to write some services in Elixir, which has been a very positive experience so far.

We work with quite a few different databases but prefer Postgres.

We’ve had some great CSS skills on the team in the past and therefore have maintained nice clean front-end codebases to date. We work with a few different things depending on the project, so an open mind is good! We do get stuck in rather than design everything, so someone that’s open to that would be great. The culture favours getting things done over ‘pixel perfection’.

We’re working completely remotely now so we’re flexible about where you live. Bonus if you live near the South East of UK, but mostly so we can meet up for coffee or dinner sometimes.

How to apply:

To apply or for more details about this role, contact: John Parkinson (Group CIO):

01233 722400 / 07792 598773

CV not necessarily required if you wanted to give John a call.

There is a code test to do as part of the application process.