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Full Stack Developer

Reference   (Please mention Stopdodo/Environment Jobs in your application)
Sectors Campaigns, Support, Communications
Town/City Nottingham
Salary Additional Information £30,000 to £40,000 pa depending on experience
Salary (Minimum)
Salary (Maximum)
Type Fixed Term and Permanent Roles
Status Full Time
Level Mid Level
Company Name The National Biodiversity Network
Contact Name
Telephone 0115 850 0177
Email support@nbn.org.uk
Website Further Details / Applications
The National Biodiversity Network logo
Directory Entry : The National Biodiversity Network has been championing the sharing of biological data since 2000. We are the UK’s largest partnership for nature, with over 200 members and more than 235 million wildlife records available through the NBN Atlas.
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Location:  Nottingham or home based

Initially a 12 month contract with the potential for extension

Hours: Full time (part-time and job share considered for the right candidate(s))

Are you someone who really wants to make a difference? 

Do you yearn for a challenge?  To break out of the mould, be an all-rounder?

Not only to develop, administer the databases and servers, but advise, design, progress and deliver IT projects? 

Do you want to take responsibility for something you can make a global leader?

Do you want to use your knowledge and experience to help conserve the UK’s natural world?

The NBN Trust is looking for a system developer to complement our small technical team. The developer’s role is varied and includes the design, development, testing, implementation and ongoing support and maintenance of the NBN Trust’s data sharing infrastructure the NBN Atlas. Much of the work involves maintenance (bug fixes, minor enhancements) within a large and diverse codebase, for which only limited documentation exists.

You will have experience in:

  • Linux and cloud service environments
  • Grails and/or Java programming 
  • Web standards and protocols including API development, CSS and Javascript
  • Management of SOLR and Cassandra clusters
  • Along with the desire to learn new skills

In return we will give you the opportunity to:

  • work on developing the largest species data base for any country in the world
  • make your mark by developing the NBN Atlas as a world-leading database
  • develop your skills in software development

all in a flexible working environment

To find out more about the NBN Trust, this opportunity and to apply, visit the Further Details link above.

To apply send a CV and covering letter detailing how your experience matches our requirements to support@nbn.org.uk

Applications will be assessed as they are submitted.

The NBN Trust is an equal opportunities employer


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