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FullStack Developer at Octopus Energy - Bristol, UK
Salary £40,000 to £60,000 a year Company Websitehttps://octopus.energy Published February 2024 Applicants This Week 2
Who are we?
We are Octopus Energy Hatchery, an autonomous arm of Octopus Energy, based in North Bristol. We develop new ideas into companies in the energy and sustainability sector. Although, if we spot an opportunity in another market we’ll certainly look into it! We do the market research, business model development, user research, user testing, and software development to establish the viability of a future business.
Who’s in my team?
You’ll be part of a small cross-functional team that covers design, user testing, product management and software development. You’ll be leading on the software development.
As we are a small team, we are not limited or tied to any process, you will play a big part in shaping the culture of the Hatchery.
What technology will I be using?
You’ll be leading on this so it’s up to you, whatever you think is the right technology for the product. We will expect you to cover all aspects of development from spikes, initial discovery work to testing and release of products.
Don’t expect to just be writing code though, everyone gets involved in idea generation / discussion, business questions, user research (you won’t have to do the interviews). Everyone brings a different viewpoint to a problem and we value that diverse thinking.
What happens if I develop a concept that I really love and want to follow?
We really hope this happens as it shows your passion for the problem. As long as we can find someone to replace you in the Hatchery then we won’t stand in your way. The new company will be part of our wider group so you won’t be that far removed anyway!
We are looking for someone with the follow skills / experience:
Full stack developer
CI/CD specifically circleCI
Postgres and NoSQL databases
Serverless architectures / functions as a service / heroku / kubernetes