In your developer career, that second or third role is important. You've maybe got 3-4 years under your belt, gone from a trainee / graduate to an experienced dev.
What next? How do you go from there to senior developer, team leader, architect?
If you already work somewhere with defined career paths, ongoing and tangible support toward your training and development, a commitment to staying current with their tech stack, flexibility over working location, and an appreciation that your value changes over time - fantastic, you're onto a winner.
If the above doesn't apply to you, consider this:
I'm working with a business in Cheshire who want to give a platform to someone like you.
Here's what they'll give you:
Modern stack and practices:
C# .NET Core, Azure, Microservices, CI/CD, Agile Kanban, SOLID, Pair Programming, TDD.
Full working flexibility:
Want to be 100% remote? No problem.
Long term opportunities:
They're growing, and you can grow with them. The current development team leader joined as a junior developer and progressed with their backing.
Commitment to training:
Pluralsight, MSDN & ReSharper subscriptions, 2 hours per week during work time dedicated to study, payment for exams and certifications.
All salaries reviewed annually.
They'll show their commitment to bringing in you in, with some nice payments to welcome you to the business.
Plus, they're a good group of people, who you'll enjoy working with.
If you'd like to understand more about the opportunity here, get in touch with Tom Brookshaw at OCC via this advert