Back-End Developer Job Description

What is a Back-End Developer? A Back-End Developer is responsible for overseeing the development and maintenance of the server side of an app or website. They work closely with Front-End Developers to improve the visitor experience and ensure consistency within the system. A Back-End Developer will do this by creating, maintaining, testing, and debugging all back-end web applications. Their work can provide a company and its customers with functional and stable web applications. Back-End Developers tend to have strong programming and analytical skills.

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Back-End Developer

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Back-End Developer

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Back-End Developer

Back-End Developer Responsibilities

About the job

As Back-End Developer at <company name>, you'll be responsible for the server side code and APIs of our web applications. You'll be involved in the entire product development lifecycle including the design, development, deployment and maintenance of new and existing features. Your work will impact the stability and quality of our web applications. You'll write reusable and maintainable code. You'll also perform UI tests to optimize performance. You'll work closely with our development team to ensure system consistency and to create a great user experience. Ultimately, you'll be the driving force behind all back-end activities.

Back-End Developer Job Specification

About the candidate

  • You have experience with programming languages like Java, Ruby, PHP or Python.
  • You have a good understanding of the entire product development process.
  • Basic knowledge of front-end technologies like HTML, JavaScript and CSS.
  • You have technical and consumer awareness.
  • You can troubleshoot problems in the team and for users.
  • You're analytical and good at time management.
  • You have great problem-solving skills and you work well in a team.
  • You're curious about new technologies and you're excited to find ways to implement them in your work.

If junior position:

You have a big appetite to learn and improve your back-end skills.

If medior position:
You are able to deliver quality features without much supervision all while keeping your team in the loop.

If senior position:
You have experience with coaching and mentoring other developers.

You can oversee and drive projects forward.

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