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Last updated: Wednesday 19 December, 2018
Junior App Developer
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About the Job

Somewhere in the UK right this moment a paramedic is using one of our JRCALC apps to remind themselves of a drug dose or review the latest clinical notices from their Ambulance Trusts.
Everyday thousands of people use one of our Church of England apps using Alexa, their iPhone, a Samsung Tablet or one of the many other supported devices.
In classrooms and at home, children practice their maths and spelling with our Bloomsbury apps, they spot birds with our RSPB app and have fun with art in our Tate Kids apps.
Maybe one of our apps has helped you get fit and eat well. Or maybe you have used one to find out about Britain’s Kings & Queens or to tick off visited UNESCO World Heritage sites.

We’re an award winning app developer based in Brighton. Since 2009 we’ve worked with well known publishers, major cultural institutions and innovative companies of any size; we specialise in making cross-platform apps. We've recently moved to a new office space in the heart of Brighton and we're looking for a talented individual to join our small but growing team.
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We’re looking for a junior programmer with a great work ethic, a strong desire to learn who enjoys being part of a team. The role is open to graduates, recent graduates and those with up to 2 years experience. You'll work on a huge range of projects including:
Updating existing apps
Developing new apps from scratch
Relevant degree
Up to 2 years experience developing mobile, web or cross platform apps
Xcode, Android or Javascript projects we can look at and discuss
Ability to operate independently as a developer
Experience working in small project teams
Nice to have
Experience developing with multi platform frameworks, for example: ReactJs/React Native, Angular JS, Ionic
Solid database experience
XML/JSON skills
Working with and integrating API’s
Although relevant experience is important it’s your underlying skills that count most, being able to pick up new technologies and skills is a must, whether it’s via collaboration with colleagues, through self learning, or external training opportunities. Other qualities you need to have include:
Attention to detail and quality conscious
Self motivated
Enthusiastic and dedicated
Ability to work on multiple project
What we offer at Aimer:
Competitive salaries and annual bonuses
Training and career progression
Company pension scheme
23 days holiday per year
Flexible hours
Central Brighton location
Sociable, friendly team
Bike to work scheme
No agencies please.
Skills: Digital

Job information

Start date: 01 Jun, 2019

Contact information

Contact name: Mark Brown

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