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Full-stack Developer (Django and AngularJS) - UCROO at Common Code (Abbotsford, Australia)

Wanna work with one of Melbourne's most exciting start-ups?

Recently launching in the USA market to great success, this Melbourne born business is on the steady growth trajectory. Due to this, Ucroo is looking to grow its team with some skilled intermediate level front end, back end or full-stack developers. 

Their current stack is primarily in Django with AngularJS on the front-end using PostgreSQL and hosted on AWS. 

What you will be doing:

- Delivering efficient, quality Python/Django REST API endpoints 
- Building unit tests on all of your endpoints 
- Integrating user-facing elements with server-side logic 
- Implementing security and data protection around your code 
- Communicating with college IT staff

We understand that you may not have all these above-mentioned skills and will happily work with you to up-skill in these areas if required. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions on the details below.

Hang on, so who is this job with? Common Code or UCROO

Clients have consistently approached Common Code for assistance with finding, building and growing their technical teams. Recruitment consultants often had a non-technical background, which resulted in poorly vetted and low-matched candidates.

We observed that when it came to finding the best tech talent, the traditional “fee for placement” agency recruitment model was counterintuitive because it incentivised a placement, but not necessarily the right placement.

Our goal is to replace the outdated transactional recruitment model with one based on transparency, trust, and the right fit for both parties. So we started Unicorn Melbourne, a shared service of sorts working with our clients to build their own developer teams.

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