Job Title: Software Developer
Reports to: Development Manager
Whilst most of Trust Payments are working from home at present, our Covid secure offices are still open for those that can’t work from home. We’ve hired and onboarded more than 60 people virtually since the pandemic started and have grown significantly as a business. We’ve adapted our ways of working to ensure that new starters that join feel part of one big virtual team. From regular town halls, to coffee mornings and dedicated mental health days, we want to ensure we put the needs of our employees first, during such difficult times. Feedback from our new hires has been really positive, they love our onboarding programme and how much it make them feel integrated into Trust from the start.
Develop financial payment systems fit for purpose.
To be a key member of the development team, responsible for providing solutions to business requirements, and ensuring that the overall delivery of projects are on time and within budget.
Main purpose of the job:
Software Development- To keep up to date with the latest software development technologies and methodologies. To write clean and healthy structured code. To build future proof reusable code libraries, which can be shared, in-order to drive further efficiencies throughout the team. To deliver code which is well tested and consistently error free.
Security Standards & Data Protection- To be aware of latest data protection and security threats and to make sure we mitigate against these risks using known industry standards and Internal Company Tools and Services.
Software Tools and Processes- Review and utilise industry standard software development tools such as source control, deployment servers and build servers where appropriate in an effective manner. Assist the technical leader in enforcing the chosen development process such as pair programming and test-driven development.
Work estimation- Assist the technical leader to calculate work estimates.
Quality and Standards – Maintain high standards of software quality within the team by establishing good practices and habits.
Carry out instructions given by your line manager.
Comply with the Health and Safety at work Act (1974) and relevant directives in all activities.
Compliance on all relevant aspects of GDPR as appropriate to the role.
No job description can cover every issue which may arise within the role at various times. In order to maintain an effective service, you may be required to undertake any other reasonable tasks, which is broadly consistent with those in this document as determined by your line manager.
Duties and responsibilities:
Knowledge and experience of the Python programming language
Knowledge of programming languages and methodologies.
Understanding of security standards.
Background in technology and knowledge of the Payment Business Industry.
Knowledge of technology-based products and services.
Awareness of Trust Payments Limited range of products.
Understanding of Payment system capabilities and features.
Computer literacy, Microsoft Office, Sales force, DMS, data handling, record keeping.
Experience and Qualifications:
Good product knowledge.
Bright, highly self-motivated and driven.
Ability to solve problems quickly and completely.
Ability to multi-task and stay organised in a dynamic work environment.
Passionate about Software Development, with a general thirst for digital knowledge and a significant interest in new emerging technologies.
Analytical and inquisitive, with excellent attention to detail.
Innovative and creative, with a concise, precise and effective approach to problem solving and the ability to develop, deliver and evaluate brilliant ideas founded on rock-solid strategic thinking.
Reliable, flexible and cooperative.
Diplomatic and tactful.
Personable and approachable, with an enthusiastic and motivational nature and an overall passion for excellence.
Ability to perform the role of a good ambassador for the organisation at all times.
Typically, a 36.5 hour week with occasional out of hours maintenance work.
The role is based out of the Bangor office, but the role does require the occasional travel to other offices (London and Malta).
The position will carry autonomy within defined parameters, and the post-holder will be encouraged to take responsibility for decision-making within the strategic plan framework.
Other significant job requirements: