Mid Level Full Stack Developer

  • JS Frontend Engineer, JS Backend Engineer
  • Permanent
  • London, UK

VenueScanner is seeking full stack developers, mainly at a senior level but also mid, to help take our business to the next level. User experience is vital for us; our priorities shift with our customer, so you’ll have to keep on your toes to keep evolving the product roadmap and focus. You will be working truly agile with a keen focus on automation, spending most of your time building new features for our users with a data-led approach as well as improving the site to ensure its stability. We place a high value on learning and personal growth, so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to explore new technologies and push your boundaries. User-centric isn’t just a term on a job description, but your natural mindset. You want to drive digital innovation through curiosity, tech expertise and an inherent desire to provide a game-changing experience. You have a curiosity to find new ways to share knowledge and apply skills, including challenging our processes and ways of working. You’re comfortable implementing iterations and seeking feedback, in a nimble and user-centric way. Above all you are you are highly self-sufficient and passionate about working in an early stage start-up company, along with the excitement, reward and risk that comes with it.

Core Responsibilities -Deliver features of the highest quality to create new customer journeys and enhance existing ones using a modern tech stack, anchored in Node JS (experience in this is a must) -Work with the commercial and customer teams to define and prioritise opportunities for optimisation on key product areas: venue on-boarding, venue search results, venue presentation, enquiry process, messaging hub, ratings, reviews, and rewards -Build in AI, personalisation and automation to make the business truly self-service for our organisers and hosts -Regular session replay to source issues and opportunities -Select solutions for each product - build in-house versus borrow versus buy