Why are we hiring?
We've got some fantastic customers working with exciting technologies such as :
But we are more than just software... we are full stack engineers. This means you will regularly be working with the latest DevOps tooling such as Terraform & Prometheus and deploying to popular cloud platforms including AWS, Azure & Google Cloud Platform.
We don't expect applicants to have such a broad experience in all cases, but we love investing in our employees to enable them to grow into full stack engineers across multiple platforms & languages.
What's in it for me?
You begin life at Infinity Works as a Software Engineer, but the aim is to broaden your skills and become a full stack, technology polyglot, excited to learn new technologies and techniques across the full technical stack and product life cycle.
You will primarily be focused on hands on engineering of consumer and business related applications and as such will have an expert understanding of software engineering best practices such as effective source control, code reviews, daily builds, and automated deployments.
You are equally at home with cloud, Internet related technologies, protocols and languages along with lean / agile development techniques and DevOps culture all working as part of a team.
Above all, you can write highly efficient, stable, secure, maintainable and performant code. And understand the difference between engineering and over-engineering.
What level is the role?
We try to operate the flattest company structure possible, that said we recognise progression is important to our staff.
As a consultancy, this is measured by the value we deliver to our customers. The below table operates as a rough guide of the how our positions stack up.
We're hiring at all levels :
We're looking for engineers with primary skills in Java, Node.js, PHP, Python, .net Core, Kotlin as well as exposure to a number of other technologies.
You will have worked around multiple parts of the software lifecycle.
Things we're looking for :
These would be great too, but aren't essential :