Lead AEM Developer
Adobe AEM Lead Developer job, Bristol, ??40k-50k DOE + benefits, developing a new platform for the company's websites
Your new company
An opportunity to join a hugely successful global business in their Bristol city centre office, for an experienced senior or Lead AEM Developer. My client is dedicated to developing the very best web and online products for use by their customer and within their organisation. They have an enviable reputation in their field and are continuing to grow their business, the technology teams provide support in developing new products and enhancing existing ones to drive innovation, staying ahead of the competition and providing the best user experience.
Your new role
You'll be leading an Agile team, working on a major strategic project to develop, implement and deliver a new platform for the company's customer facing websites. This is a hands-on development lead role to integrate Adobe Experience Manager. You will take a lead on this integration and also in redesigning projects moving forward to meet the needs of a growing and demanding customer base. You will be using AEM and the Granite platform, in an Agile working environment. You will join a really talented development team who are professional, passionate and take pride in their work. It is an exciting opportunity to play a key role in the success of this project and will be challenging varied and fast paced which will enable you to continue to develop professionally and personally, whilst working with other lead developers.
What you'll need to succeed
What you'll get in return
This organisation is very forward thinking and open to new ideas and innovations. You will be encouraged to push and challenge yourself, becoming a key part of this development team. You will be working in a fantastic office environment, purpose built for the business and in an accessible location close to main bus, rail and road routes, and avoiding city centre traffic. You will join a sociable, friendly and highly talented, professional team, in a business that seeks to look after its people, providing training and career development opportunities. You will benefit from a 35 hour working week, a competitive salary, generous annual leave (29 days plus bank holidays), annual bonus, share scheme, pension and a wide range of additional flexible benefits.
What you need to do now
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