As the UK's leading Volunteer Management software, we are always looking for innovative team members with ideas to take DutySheet to the next level.
Our people make DutySheet a great place to work. Our ideas are born from our own experiences of volunteering, leadership and IT. A career with DutySheet gives you the opportunity to directly shape the future of this exciting software.
Browse our current vacancies below and if you are willing to innovate and are passionate about software development, join us.
We are looking for a junior developer to join our development team during this exciting period for DutySheet.
DutySheet are developing an entirely new platform for the volunteering sector and this is your opportunity to get involved at a critical time. You will have the chance to influence design and development that will make a difference to charities and other voluntary organisations across the country.
Our ideal candidate will have the following skills:
Strong interest in building web-based applications using PHP.
Object-Oriented and MVC development skills.
Very good understanding of relational databases such as MySQL.
Experience using jQuery.
Experience with source control systems like Git.
Unit testing experience.
Experience using Laravel 5+.
You keep up to date with latest technologies.
You have a passion for crafting beautiful, simple, maintainable, well documented and tested code.
You are quick to pick up new work, switch between tasks and refocus as priorities change.
Your solid task-management skills allow you to keep track of your work and see it through to release without requiring micro-management.
You have a strong sense of responsibility and commitment to drive your own work. You see your code through development, testing and on to live deployment. You care about the success of your development and proactively monitor for issues and fix defects after release.
You are focused and attentive to detail and have strong analytical and problem solving skills.
You are friendly, have great communication skills and enjoy working with a small, highly productive team. You enjoy discussions and collaboratively arriving at the optimal solution.
You are smart, eager, humble and open-minded. You are receptive to feedback from your peers and have equal willingness to learn and teach.
20 days of annual leave.
Salary in the range of £20k - £25k depending on experience.
Performance-based bonus and salary review every December.
Based in Leatherhead, a short walk away from the High Street and train station.
Please note that due to the nature of the role, applicants must have at least three years of uninterrupted residency in the UK.
Any offers will be subject to candidate successfully clearing NPPV (Non-Police Personnel Vetting) Level 1.
How to apply
Interested applicants should email firstname.lastname@example.org with their CV and an informal cover letter, highlighting their experience from their CV and their ambitions. Links to previous work is acceptable.
Emails from agencies or those who cannot fulfil the residency criteria described above will not be replied to.
Successful applicants will be invited for an interview at our offices in Leatherhead.