Junior UX Developer
As a Junior UX/UI Developer within the Technology Design and Delivery team of this conservation charity you will work both individually and collectively to support existing platforms and systems such as Merlin, their website and email platform, along with new developments arising from the stategic needs of the Technology portfolio and the more tactical demands of the Communications portfolio.
Junior UX Developer
Reference number: OVbdE-10
Salary: £25,463 to £27,585 per annum
Hours: Full time
You will carry out basic research, analysis, development, testing and documentation of new technologies and functionality, occasionally working independently on some tasks but mainly as part of a wider team of Middleweight and Senior UX/UI Developers. You will operate primarily within the Technology Design and Delivery team but also at times as part of a wider multi faceted organisational campaign or project under the direction of a Scrum Master or Production Manager. From time to time you will also be expected to assist with the resolution of live support issues.
You will be able to communicate effectively with business owners and product managers to understand and test requirements and design and deliver solutions, while having the support of a Senior and Middleweight UX/UI Developer to help overcome technical and usability challenges and provide guidance and experience. At times, you will be expected to adopt elements of the role of business analyst, and developer. You will be able to work both within an Agile sprint structure but also occasionally under your own initiative, depending on the nature of each individual programme/project or piece of work.
As part of a new dedicated technology design and delivery function within the Digital Technology team this is an exciting opportunity to shape and demonstrate how investment in this area can provide step change solutions to help save nature through people
Due to the critical nature of this role our client will interview applicants as soon as possible and will close the post once successful applicants are appointed.
This role is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. You will be asked to declare unspent convictions and cautions at offer of employment stage.
Closing date: 6 September 2019
To Apply and for More Information:
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Please make sure you include reference number OVbdE-9 on your application.
No agencies please.
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