2nd May '23
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We want to hire a C# developer and an Automaton Engineer
In case you missed it, we’re now a part of IRIS Software Group.
Every day 335,000 UK organisations rely on IRIS payroll software to pay over 2.5 million people.
Staffology is a cutting edge, API-first product and is responsible for a tiny percentage of that total, but we’ve got plans to grow and be able to process much more.
To do that we need to add more features to the software and up our game around automated testing.
You’ll become part of a small team reporting directly to me.
Although we’re part of a much larger organisation, we have the authority and ability to move fast and keep things very entrepreneurial.
So far the team consists of me, an architect and tech lead – both of whom previously helped me build KashFlow from nothing to the first SaaS accounting app in the world.
Enthusiasm and ambition are important key attributes for anyone joining our team.
Details of the roles are as follows:
We’ve just recruited a stellar internal candidate to help us with the automated testing. He has significant domain knowledge when it comes to payroll. So we want to back that up with someone with the technical depth of knowledge who can run the entire test automation process for Staffology – both for the UI and treating the API as a product in its own right.
We’re looking for people with following skills:
We’re built in .NET Core, on Azure.
We care about building quality software and try our best to follow agile principles in what we do and aren’t afraid to have a good debate to get the right outcome (in fact, we actively encourage it). Knowledge of payroll would be a massive help, but it’s not as important as aptitude and attitude.
Looking for people with below skills:
Do apply using the links above so that you come in to the formal process, but there’s also no harm in dropping me a line directly.
No RecruitersDuane Jackson, March 16th, 2021