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Full Stack Developer

Full-time Office for National Statistics in Newport

Full Stack Software Engineer Working pattern - Flexible working, Full-time, (Job share / Part-time options)

Salary - £35,389 - £41,149

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As a Full Stack Software Engineer, you will be a key part of the API and Data team within the Digital Publishing division of the Office for National Statistics. the successful Developer will share responsibility for the ONS Website, Developer sites, Dashboards and CMS.

You’ll thrive using agile methods and enjoy working openly, collaboratively and as part of a multidisciplinary team of front-end engineers, back-end engineers, site reliability engineers, interaction designers, user researchers, service manager, product owner and performance analyst.

We're looking for someone who can work across disciplines (frontend, backend and site reliability engineering), who can help to improve the way we work, the tooling we use, and help multiple product teams work towards similar technical standards.

Main responsibilities • build web services, APIs, backend processing systems, internal tooling and infrastructure to support the needs of our product teams • work with the software engineering community to share our experience and learn from other teams, departments and the wider industry • contribute to the design, development, deployment and support of the ONS digital publishing platform, taking responsibility for the quality of code you produce • build automated tests to support our continuous integration environment • support the day to day operation of our live services, through investigating and fixing live service incidents, performance improvements and ongoing maintenance • share knowledge of tools and techniques with your team (both developers and non-developers) and with the wider engineering and technology community


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Published at 16-05-2019
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