What we're looking for 💫
We are looking for a Senior Developer to join us for a 6 month contract, working heavily with React Native in a multi-disciplinary team.
The project 🌱
You will be working as part of our Clients larger team, working to rebuild their consumer facing, React Native app. While delivering on the roadmap you will also help to coach their team on React Native ensuring they build the capability internally.
The Client is Fintech working with a large, international client base and shifting market conditions.
Due to COVID we are working fully remote, however, we expect that towards the end of the contract we'd start to intermittently work from our office in Hoxton, so ideally you'd be London based. We find we do our best work when we are able to collaborate and solve problems together. Also, work is a whole load more enjoyable when shared!
This project sits Outside IR35.
We are hoping to start in the next couple of weeks and it will be an initial 6-month contract, however likely to continue on beyond.
Day rate range between £350 - £500p.d.
About us ✈️
Planes is a young digital product studio, started by two friends who liked making great products together. As we grow that will always be our essence - to work on products we believe in with people we enjoy every day.
Our background is in startups, not agencies. We prefer shipping code, listening to users and iterating quickly rather than long lunches, ‘expert’ reports and death by powerpoint. This approach has lead us to work with all sorts of people, from international fin-tech providers to startups, building products that their users love.
A small and nimble team, we work collaboratively to produce work that we are proud of and our clients love. We are made up of designers, engineers and product lovers who are all entrepreneurs by nature.
Although we don't require you have experience in all of our tech-stack, good experience with React Native is the only 'must', since it is the biggest piece of the puzzle, so we're looking for at least 2 years experience with it. We use: