Technical Lead

Technical Lead
Company:

S2M


Technical Lead

Details of the offer

Key Tech: .NET, React & AWS
Lead a Team of 6
400% Yearly Growth

S2M have partnered with a mature business who have been showing exponential growth in a difficult market.
They have a modern .NET Core, Typescript, React & AWS stack which has been used to build an online marketplace & subscription service, that is on track to achieve 400% growth this year.
This business is an ASX listed scaleup and so you can bank on longevity & security in an uncertain time.
The most important skills for this role will be a succinct understanding of backend .NET development of microservices architecture & an excellent knowledge of best AWS practices.
You will lead their 6 person team and provide sound technical leadership from the front, by using your extensive experience as a knowledgebase.
We have a terrific budget of $170K+super for his role, with a simple two-step interview process.
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