Full Stack Developer (Liverpool, Manchester, UK Remote)
RemoteUnited Kingdom, , Liverpool
*If you are not based in the UK, please do not apply - your application will not be considered*
We are Tokyo - a digital agency with offices in London and Liverpool. Our client experience spans the tech, entertainment, automotive and retail industries and includes well known brands such as Google, Harrods, Cisco, Emirates, Volkswagen, BBC and adidas. Currently seeking a full stack developer to add to the team and opening up applications to candidates in Liverpool, Manchester or UK-remote.
Who we are looking for
We are looking for a highly motivated self-starter who can "dive in at the deep-end" and figure things out. Being able to act as a trouble shooter coming in late on a project to assist and contribute further dev support, or as lead developer on new projects.
Diversity is key here, a good all rounder but probably slightly weighted to the backend would suitably fit.
It is expected that candidates can work as part of a team or independently on projects and utilise repositories and be familiar with a CI/CD process. In most cases developers will simply work with repos, setting up local dev copies of sites being worked on and merging branches of code they have created with a "develop" branch which would auto-deploy vi our tools in collaboration with others.
The role is NW based (Liverpool, Manchester and the NW region) and we will also consider UK remote for the right person.
Based in the UK, we partner with global clients and agencies to help connect with their audience across all digital channels. We need to keep on the edge of the latest tech and be ready to assist our clients achieve their goals. Our resource consists of a mix of employed, contracted and freelancer allowing us to ‘scale up’ and bring in specialist skills where needed.
- Minimum of 3 years agency experience
- Ability to work in collaboration with others on projects (training on internal tools will be provided)
- Wanting to expand knowledge and experience ride the curve of changing technology
- Being prepared to think outside the box - we often receive briefs for things never achieved before, we find a way, its interesting and energetic