Senior Software Developer

Uniregistry Ltd, is seeking a talented Senior Software Developer to join our Development team in our Manchester, UK office, working with Development (backend and frontend) and Operations.

The Role

  • Design and implement solutions with web interfaces and with implementation of ETL processes (extract Transform and Load)
  • Provide Development and operational support to complete software engineering projects
  • Build and maintain tools for deployment, testing and production environments
  • As part of the on-call team, responsible for providing coverage to respond to alerts and coordinate the resolution of issues (office-hours and after-hours)

Must Have:
  • BS Degree in Computer Science or Engineering
  • 5+ years of relevant industry experience
  • Demonstrable experience of having led a team
  • Strong experience with Relational Database Systems and SQL
  • Strong experience with HTML, CS, Javascript (ES6)
  • 1 year minimum experience with ReactJs
  • Comfortable with version control system (GIT)
  • Knowledge and understanding of technologies such as DNS, email, monitoring, information security and load balancing
  • Ability to work as part of an application development team
  • Discipline and organisation to handle multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Personal ownership of assignments and responsibilities
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

The following skills will be highly favoured:
  • PostgreSQL (PL/PGSQL)
  • Unix systems (Linux/Debian)
  • Internet protocols and services (DNS, HTTP, REST)
  • Proficient in programming languages (Perl, Python, C, PHP, Go)
  • Messaging queues (RabbitMQ)


Uniregistry Limited - 4th Floor, 274 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 4JB


Salary to commensurate with experience, in the range of £350,000 - £375,000 per annum.

Additional Information:

No in-person interviews, resume drop-offs or other enquiries without a previous phone screening. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Closing Date for Applications:

Friday 19th October 2018

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