Permanent – Leicester, United Kingdom
We are looking for talented and passionate Front-end Developers to join our existing development team working on strategic products.
As a front-end developer, you will participate in all aspects of the software development lifecycle as part of an Agile development team. You will be accountable for delivering exciting new strategic visions within the company, whether it be extending or revolutionising our existing product suite.
What are we looking for?
Role and Responsibilities
We’re on the lookout for talented, passionate, hard-working, and interesting people to join our Team.
If you are looking for a position with us we’ve put some information together that will help you decide if you want to work here, and on what the interview process will be.
I hope to hear from you soon.
Rachel Todd, HR Manager
We are a well-established, profitable company of 30 years
Small, owner managed business (45 people)
A mix of experienced people and fresh new people
We develop, supply, and deliver a range of products to the public and private sector markets where communication and information play a vital role in providing best value services.
We are one of the leading providers of fully integrated software applications to the emergency services and, more recently, operational security teams.
Products include dispatching systems, mobile solutions, incident management and incident recording software. We also offer add on services and hardware through our partners
Our products help make the world a safer place, in our little way
We work hard in focussed teams, but we like to have fun too
Favour collaboration and sharing over solo working
Enjoy life, having fun, and interacting with colleagues, but know when to get your head down and focus
Love learning new techniques and continually improving
You are a smarter than the average person
You love to get things done and move on to the next thing
You know how to balance work and life
Contributory government workplace pension scheme
25 days holiday per annum + bank holidays (three or four days fixed typically for Christmas / New Year shut down). Flexibility about when you take your holiday
An option of buying up to an additional five days holiday per year
Flexible working – core hours between 0900 and 1600, we are happy to discuss flexibility to suit individual travel arrangements
Excellent opportunities for personal development & progression
Employee Assistance Programme
Friendly, collaborative, and supportive culture
Modern, stylish working environment
Three 22” displays (typically) with monitor arms
Pool table (and league), darts board and foosball table
Monthly lunchtime get together for all staff with food provided (cooked by employees!)
Friendly place to work in a great location
Plenty of FREE on-site parking
Smart/Casual dress code
It is really important for us to find out if you are the right person for our business, and for you to find out if we are right for you!
We are always looking for great people, so we treat you as an individual. We don’t interview people en-masse.
Here is our typical process: –
Submit your CV to us. You get bonus points for a covering letter.
If your CV is generic, acronym soup, hard to read or has spelling and grammar mistakes it unfortunately goes straight on the ‘No’ pile.
Make sure you tell us about you, the things you have done and why you are a good fit.
If your CV and covering letter grabs our attention, one of us will call you at a convenient time and talk to you for 15-30 minutes.
We’ll ask you about you, your work history and what makes you tick.
There’ll be some exploration of your experiences, and perhaps a dive into one or more topics to see if you know your stuff.
This is also chance for you to ask us some questions.
We’ll see if you are a good fit for the business.
If we like what we’ve heard in the telephone interview, we’ll invite you to our offices for a face to face interview. This will typically last between one to four hours, depending on what job role you have applied for.
You should come dressed smart, but casual. We don’t expect you to get suited and booted (this is not a trick). We’ll be dressed casually. We want you to be relaxed, like if you were actually at work.
We’ll talk through your experiences, and we’ll expect you to talk in great detail about your work.
The interview is a discussion, not a grilling. We expect you to challenge us too!
You’ll meet some members of the team, see where we work and what our set up is.
Typically at this stage, we’ll decide within 24-48 hours of whether you are the right person for the position and offer you the role. We may even invite you back for another interview.
So, if you like what you have read and think that you are the type of person that we are looking for and enjoy a challenge, we look forward to hearing from you.
We recognise that an inclusive and diverse workplace is vitally important – where all employees feel respected, valued, and able to achieve their full potential. Not only does it inspire creativity and collaboration, but it’s also good for business. We celebrate our differences and believe our diverse skills, abilities and perspectives strengthen our culture and our overall performance.
We welcome applications from all suitably qualified people.
Please contact Rachel Todd, HR & Payroll Manager for information regarding our current vacancies at: firstname.lastname@example.org
(No recruitment agencies please as we already have a preferred supplier list)