A "Tech for Good" software company that provides schools and teachers with vital insights about their pupils is on the lookout for a Principal Software Engineer.
Their platform, which is used globally, assists those pupils assess their capabilities and in turn helps them to do better
Founded over 40 years ago, they have a tech office in the North East and currently have over 200 employees in total
They are a leading online test provider in the UK to schools and continue to grow their client base in the US and Middle East.
At peak times, their software is being used by over 100,000 users daily
This role sits outside of the product engineering teams.
Your remit will be to provide technical and architectural leadership, whilst supporting delivery streams with their goals
Their tech stack is currently .NET Core 3.1, Azure Cloud and Angular - so you'll get to work across the full stack
You'll also receive a variety of training here - you'll receive the autonomy to pick up and learn new technologies
They will also pay for any courses and exams - including Microsoft and Azure certifications
Home & Office Working Policy
They have a hybrid approach to working and you’ll only be required to work from their Sunderland office 1-2 days per week
They have a 37.5 hour work week with core hours of 10am - 4pm
Salary & Benefits
The role is paying between £70k-£85k
They have an extensive health, wealth and everything else benefits package:
BUPA Private Medical Insurance
Tusker Car Scheme
Employee Share Options
26 days holidays (+ bank holidays) - with the option of buying an additional 5 days
Up to 6% employer pension contribution
Life & Income Protection Insurance
Tech saving scheme and 00's of discounts
How to apply
If you’d like to explore this opportunity further, apply via this ad, email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Hainton office on 01642 271428.
Alternatively, feel free to book in a call in my calendar here: https://calendly.com/qasimhainton/15-minute-chat
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