We want all of our Partners to have a good work-life balance and we support flexible working. This might mean flexible or compressed hours, job sharing or shorter hour contracts, where it is possible to do so. Please discuss this further with the hiring manager during your interview.
What’s the role about?
As the UK’s most successful omni-channel retailer, E-Commerce is a key part of Our Business - we run two of the busiest websites in the UK, driving a significant proportion of our sales. Our Engineering practice includes 60+ teams, working on everything from Cloud Platforms to Mobile Apps, from E-Commerce functionality to Machine Learning.
Our Engineers work collaboratively and share knowledge, and learning is extremely important to us. We support our Engineers to continuously improve their skills and keep abreast of the latest technologies.
This role is known internally as Product Engineer (PL7).
Find out more about being a Software Engineer in the Partnership, and the technology we use.
What you’ll be doing?
This is an opportunity to join one of our agile product teams working as an iOS Software Engineer. You will be using your excellent Swift, TDD, XCUnit skills to build and support new features adding value for Our Business, any working knowledge of SwiftUI along with server side Swift is a bonus.
As an iOS Engineer, you will also use your knowledge of Software Engineering to support the shaping of new projects and support the professional development of less experienced Engineers.
Successful candidates will have a passion for using technology to deliver outstanding and innovative software solutions, and will have a track record of working in teams delivering complex, performant, high quality software.
What you’ll already have:
Expertise in modern Swift, TDD, XCUnit.
A structured approach to systems analysis and development.
Experience with building mobile app frameworks, Cocoapods and SPM.
Experience with building accessible applications.
An understanding of Agile development methods such as Scrum or Kanban.
Familiarity with techniques like TDD, pair programming.
Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery.
REST API consumption.
What else you could bring:
A good understanding of Microservice Architectures.
Cloud Platforms such as AWS, GCP or Azure.
Where will you be working?:
We have a blended hybrid approach of working from our offices and a remote UK location. You should plan to be working remotely for approximately 60% of the month. However in practice, time in the office is a decision made within your team, and may mean that you do not come into the office for weeks or months at a time, unless you choose to.
What benefits do we offer you?:
We believe in rewarding our Partners for their time and energy. Find out about the benefits of working for the Partnership.
How does our application process work?:
Internal candidates only, click here
External candidates: In order to help you understand what to expect, we have added a PDF overview of our application process at the green attachment link below.
For internal use only:
We positively celebrate Diversity & Inclusion in the John Lewis Partnership. Our aim is to become the UK’s most inclusive business - for our Partners and for our customers, reflecting and connecting with the diverse communities that we serve. We want people from all walks of life to feel valued for their individuality, thrive in our business and share a sense of belonging. To find out more about D&I in the John Lewis Partnership visit this site - https://www.jlpjobs.com/about/diversityandinclusion/
Attachment: Application & Interview process.pdf
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