Collins McNicholas

Our client based in Mayo require a Senior Software Developer to join their team with the following personal qualities:

– Passion for health care and delivering the best solutions to problems within the constraints.

– Passion for technology and how you can make the world a better place by releasing your ‘inner geek’.

– Loves working with a team of people – this is not a role where you’ll just put on your headphones and code. You don’t have to be an extrovert, we realise that introverts are strong performers too.

– Not wedded to one particular technology or way of doing things – we are always learning and adapting to new ideas. You will learn a lot here, but only if you don’t do things ‘because that’s the way it has always been done’.

– Have shown that you are a life-long learner (formal or informal is fine).

– (if required) Able to take coaching and work at a problem with some supervision 

We are broad in terms of the technical skills we are looking for – the only thing we’re not looking for is a one-trick-pony. If you have X years of experience, then it shouldn’t be the same one year repeated X times.

At this level you should have a reasonable smattering from this list (things off this list are good too): Linux, modern devops tools, public cloud, CI/CD. You should be strong in at least one of the following languages, with proficiency in at least one other: Ruby, Python, Golang, Javascript, Java, Clojure, Erlang, Elm, Cotlin.

For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Aideen Cummins on 071-9140252 or email aideen.cummins@collinsmcnicholas.ie.

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