Our client, a digital innovation agency, is looking for a driven, organised, and super talented Tech Lead to inspire projects and mentor the greater DEV team.
They are looking for a proven full stack Technical Lead with a passion for taking well designed and unique interactive concepts and making them come to life.
This agency creates a variety of innovative projects and are after a leading industry figure to help them deliver some pretty exciting projects in 2019 and beyond, including, apps, games, AR/VR, interactive website, mobile, exhibitions, and events that adopt a wide range of technologies.
They have a reputation for creating award-winning work and want someone who can contribute to that level of excellence and take their Dev team on a new journey. This job is about helping generate ideas, figuring out the technical approach, and hands-on coding (as required).
If you’ve been creating interesting tech-based experiences and getting accolades for your work we want to hear from you! Maybe you’re someone who loves to tinker with Arduino in their spare time or create games for fun, or dream about creating the next big application.
The perfect candidate would have a foundation in advanced web technology, spent some time working in creative led digital agency on campaign-style work and dabbling with new technology but wants to move into more experience driven work. This person would have managed a small team and know what it takes to bring it all together.
The focus of the role is:
- Leading the organisation in terms of technology
- Contributing to excellent customer relations, the success of projects and clients
-Owning the development of tech services, solutions, expertise, DEV training, quality processes, and delivery
- Solid foundation in HTML CSS/SASS, JS, GSAP
- Strong development experience in open source (LAMP) environments
- Understands and uses GIT or source control
- Understands server technology stacks and can deploy to cloud-based servers
Other key skills:
- Experience developing in game engines such as unity3D or Unreal
- Animation and motion
- Has created AR or VR experiences
- Experience with IOT Tech such as Arduino, Raspberry pi etc
- Experience setting up and managing Cloud-Based servers
- Native IOS and Android Experience
- A friendly, positive attitude and collaborative mind
- A proactive problem solver; passionate about new technology
- Can lead a team through technical challenges
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Well done John. Marketing is in a great pair of hands!!
Interesting that those articles cease at the end of 2018. You may want to check the articles below for relevant information, John: https://thinktv.co.nz/research/thinktv-top-10-tvcs/
https://www.mad-daily.com/little-white-lies/ One of many articles going back to 2011
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