We’re a friendly team of technology experts who specialise in creating user-led digital experiences, products and apps. We believe that meaningful and memorable products are best delivered by small, cross-functional teams, where regular collaboration and support helps to forge trusted friendships.
User-centred design plays a major part in our approach; it’s not just how it looks, it’s how it works. It’s this philosophy that provides the foundation for everything we deliver.
The Technical Lead role works closely with our CTO to oversee and participate in the end-to-end delivery and maintenance of our custom made digital products. This includes tasks such as conducting research, identifying risks, developing work schedules and experimenting with technology to directly influence the design and architecture of the platforms we deliver.
At Browser, our project teams comprise of a core team of engineers, designers and management, with a number of contract specialists contributing to each project. Our teams work in two-week agile sprint cycles, with support at each milestone from a cross-functional crew that includes engineers, designers, and product owners. The Technical Lead forms a core part of the team, especially during the early research and development technology workshops where they help to define the direction and progression of the product.
The role of the Technical Lead is inherently cross-functional and requires close collaboration with the engineering, design, strategy and management teams to help direct key decision making, particularly when it comes to technical direction and guidance. This gives you the opportunity to work alongside a diverse roster of skill sets that will enhance your understanding of end-to-end product delivery.
The role also requires a deep understanding of technology and an enthusiasm to experiment and test to ensure the right decisions are made. Making confident technical decisions with an open mind to future development is critical to the success of the role.
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We are open to working around your schedule, whether you’re looking for a full-time, part-time, or a contract position. We’ve been working as a semi-distributed team for over two years, so we’re open to fully remote, or semi-remote as long as you can work within + or – 1 hour of GMT time zone.
Depending on experience the salary for this role is up to £55,000 per annum, which will be reviewed annually in line with performance.
As well as your CV, we’d love to see some samples of your work or anything that shows off your strengths and interests. You can apply by contacting us at email@example.com