Who we are looking for
You love engineering and constantly want to learn more. You want to reach the next level in your career and encourage your peers to grow too. You do thorough code reviews to be sure it hits very high standards. You’ll be excited about working on our ecosystem, our monorepo, how we glue things together, how we test and how we bundle or code.
You are an advocate for the product you work on and have a genuine interest in it. You understand agile methodologies, are used to pair programming and enjoy collaboration. Outside of the office you love learning new development languages and skills and work on interesting personal projects.
If that sounds good to you, come and show us what you can do.
Why work at The Times?
News UK is a great company full of talented, dedicated and creative people. We are an organisation that holds journalism at its very heart. Our newspapers and digital products include some of the most powerful media brands in the English speaking world: The Times, The Sunday Times and The Sun - reaching 30 million people each week. Despite differences in audience and content our brands are united by a commitment to independent journalism that connects our customers.
Technology is a team with people and product at our heart. Passionate and trusted experts creating industry leading solutions through attracting and developing the best talent. Three time CTO of the Year, Christina Scott, leads the department and has worked for many years transforming technology teams in media companies.
The Times Engineering creates and supports the digital platform for The Times and The Sunday Times that delivers news content to our readers via iOS, Android and the web. We are highly collaborative, working closely with our product and business partners to deliver value to our customers. Our agile teams are made up of cross-functional, autonomous engineers that are empowered to design, write, test, deploy and support their own code.
When you need a screen break you might fancy a game of table tennis, take on someone at foosball or join a whiteboard session. At lunch time you can join a lunch & learn, eat in our subsidised canteen or head out for street food at Borough Market. If you need some exercise, take a walk along the Thames or head to the local gym. At the end of the day you can join one of our regular social events.
To find out more, please send a copy of your cv to:
Roland Hoxha - Lead Technical Recruiter