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Clojure Developer – Central London, £55,000 per annum

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City of London Permanent / Permanent £35000 - £55000 per annum

Clojure Developer – Working for a unique Agriculture Start-Up | Central London based | Permanent opportunity | Up to £55,000 per annum

The role:

Salt are currently seeking an experienced Clojure Developer to join an exciting Ag-Tech Start-Up on a permanent basis.

As a Clojure Developer, your main focus and responsibilities will be to work on large scale Clojure projects. You will be developing and shaping primary services for better user experience, as well as building new features on their sharing platform.

This company work in a way that they will always focus on their own ideas, adopting them into the projects that they work on and in to the team. Therefore, they are looking for a talented individual to join their achievements and be part of an ever-growing successful business.

This is an amazing opportunity for someone that is keen to utilise their skills and also pick up and learn new technologies. The role is offering the chance to learn AI Fundamentals as well as Machine Learning (If you do not already have exposure to this).

Essential Key Skills:

  • Clojure, ClojureScript
  • JavaScript
  • SQL, NoSQL, TDD/BDD, AWS
  • Experience working on large scale Clojure projects
  • Need to understand the value of data and service delivery
  • Understand GIT Flow

If you feel this role may be too senior for you or if you feel that you lack the required skills/technologies, please still apply. We are very open with the skills and we are keen to speak with Developers that have exposure to Clojure, whether that be a few short years or even months.

Location: Central London

Length: Permanent

Rate: Up to £55,000 per annum

If you are interested in this opportunity and keen on applying for this, please do so and I will get in touch with you as soon as I can. If you wish to send your application directly to me, you can email an updated CV over to tadams@welovesalt.com.

I am happy share all information on this position once we have spoken on the phone. Please make sure you have a contact number on your CV or at least in your application.

Thank you,

Tyla-Jade Adams

Job Reference: TJA-Clojure

Salary: £35000 - £55000 per annum

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Job Duration: Permanent

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