Applications & Automation Developer

  • Job Reference: R-00125856-OTHLOC-GBR-5FEDI034
  • Date Posted: 19 July 2021
  • Employer: RBS
  • Website: http://www.jobs.rbs.com
  • Location: Edinburgh
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Banking & Financial Services
  • Job Type: Full Time

Job Description

Join us as an Applications & Automation Developer

  • We’re looking for a developer with strong JavaScript and application building experience to take on a key role in our Internal Audit function
  • With the opportunity to support and drive our Internal Audit tooling strategy, a hugely varied role with an opportunity to gain experience developing across the entire application. stack. You’ll benefit excellent recognition for your work
  • Focusing on developing tools to improve departmental efficiencies

What you'll do

We’re a small and friendly team, passionate about enabling time saving through building user friendly tools and automation. As an Applications & Automation Developer, you’ll be developing and delivering enterprise ready applications to enable innovation and efficiency across the entire Internal Audit function.

You’ll also be:

  • Developing modern interactive user interfaces
  • Building and maintaining back-end databases
  • Building CI/CD pipelines
  • Building microservices between application front-end and back-end databases
  • Building user requirements and writing unit tests using a testing framework

The skills you'll need

To excel in this role, you’ll need front-end JavaScript experience (preferably React with some css/html) coupled with strong SQL and databasing experience. Strong written and verbal communication skills required, the ability to converse effectively with a non-technical audience a must.

Ideally you'll have experience of Python scripting, continuous integration or development tools, or working with Java.

We’ll also be looking for you to have:

  • Good people skills, ability to communicate with stakeholders
  • Strong problem solving and analytical skills
  • Knowledge of APIs and microservices