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Full Stack Development Project Manager


One of our new clients is seeking a Full Stack Development Project Manager to join them on a permanent contract during a very interesting time of growth. Our client work on a vast range of projects and provide their customers with bespoke software development and digital services across a range of new and emerging technological areas from Web and Mobile Development to Machine Learning, AI and VR.

The Full Stack Development Project Manager will manage a small team and contribute towards projects and will be heavily involved in the full end to end development process.

Key Skills & Experience Required:

  • Project management of development projects
  • Client facing position – Experience in taking briefs, working on design, development and implementation
  • Working with a remote team (experience of different time zones is desirable)
  • Full-stack web development – Front and Back end Development experience
  • ReactJS or AngularJS Front-end
  • NodeJS Backend
  • Full-Stack processing, analysis and development
  • Confident user of Java and HTML
  • API Development
  • Web and Mobile Development
  • Knowledge of AWS
  • Willing to travel to visit overseas team 2-4 times per year
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Process implementation
  • Experience of project quoting is also desirable

For more information on this Full Stack Development Project Manager opportunity, please contact Gerald Carew at InterSTEM Recruitment. 

Full Stack Development Project Manager

Cambridge based company

£40,000 – £50,000

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