Head of Development ((£65,000 - £75,000)

Head of Development ((£65,000 - £75,000)
  • £65,000 - £75,000 per Year
    YEAR
  • Permanent
  • London, England, UK London London GBR W1B 5AD
Job Ref: 50209748
Sector: Software Development / Software Engineer
Date Added: 21 September 2020

Head of Development ((£65,000 - £75,000)I am working exclusively with a client within the content and protection industry. This client, whom are well established within their specialism work on a global scale to protect their members and clients from Piracy and copywrite.

With offices based in London, Brussels, Hongkong and Miami my client are looking for their London offices to be the hub of their development operations. This means that international communication and collaborating will be needed, experience with this would be a great benefit to someone looking to apply for this opportunity.

As mentioned, the London offices is due to be the development hub of their operations and they are looking to grow their team with 4 new hires across the development team ranging from one junior to three experienced heads.

During this hiring round, they would like to bring in one of the senior hires first to help pave the way for the rest of the hiring process. They are looking for a Head of Development with experience in the following:

- Python- Boostrap- Databases (MySQL)- AWS- Experience with managin a small team!

The role will involve leading the development processes throughout the London and international offices... This is a great opportunity for a hands on Lead developer looking for further responsbility!

I would be happy to discuss this role further with anyone whom applies. Please apply here or send your most recent CV to be considered for the opportunity. Head of Development ((£65,000 - £75,000)

OneZeero is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Onezeero
21/10/2020 14:13:59
GBP 65000 65000
Contact Consultant:
Dominic Fox

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