Voice Developer (Node.js, AWS, Chatbots) CDL has established its position as a market leader in the highly competitive retail insurance sector by consistently creating powerful software solutions that deliver competitive and innovative advantage to our customers. We've custom-built our own modern, open offices set in our own landscaped campus in Stockport, employing over 600 staff, providing for over 100 internet brands (Asda, Tesco, Money Supermarket, Swinton, AA, and Sainsbury's to name a few). There is also a subsidised restaurant and a games room. We have built a collaborative and creative culture where we employ agile techniques to deliver our pace-setting applications. We like to work in small, focused groups so you are always learning from people around you and you feel a part of the success of each project you are involved with What you'll do We have an exciting opportunity to help drive the development in three emerging product areas: virtual/home assistants e.g. amazon echo, google home; virtual call centre using amazon connect and chatbots such as Facebook messenger. We're looking for the right kind of individual to help us achieve the ambitious targets we've set for these products. You need to have a can do attitude and outlook that sees each challenge as an opportunity. In a new dedicated squad, you will provide technical leadership so that we come up with the right solutions. Your positivity, drive and technical skills will help us build amazing products
Web Application Team Lead CDL is one of the UK's leading insurance software houses, employing over 600 people at its campus in Stockport. It has a strong track record in the high volume retail insurance sector, with clients including Ageas Retail, Swinton Insurance, Tesco Bank, iGO4 and John Lewis, to name a few. CDL has spearheaded developments in the aggregator, web and telematics space, including connected home, enrichment and self-service solutions. As a result, the company's robust and innovative technologies have enabled its customers to thrive in the highly competitive UK insurance marketplace. There is also a subsidised restaurant and a games room. We have built a collaborative and creative culture where we employ agile techniques to deliver our pace-setting applications. We like to work in small, focused groups so you are always learning from people around you and you feel a part of the success of each project you are involved with. Want to be part of a best in class and latest cloud technology focused Web Services team? Love automating, Agile and embracing DevOps? The Web Services Team are responsible for hosting, service management, building live services on the Amazon Cloud, providing services to insurance, financial services, aggregators such as MoneysuperMarket, Confuse.com, uSwitch, Co-Op, Tesco Bank, supporting 600+ servers, and over 100 websites. We are always looking for new ways of working, using innovative technologies, to build solutions. There is an emphasis on automation (Terraform) to help us in building, changing, and versioning infrastructure, Containerisation (Docker) ensuring consistency across multiple development and release cycles, standardising our environments, so this role gives a chance to build on, or learn fresh, modern software deployment techniques. As a Web Application team lead, you'll lead, motivate, and manage a team of Linux Sysadmin, driving decisions and discussions with other teams across the organisations. The current team is split into 3 areas; Service Management, Build & Infrastructure, and Cloud Hosting. You'll take full ownership ensuring SLA's are met whilst providing world class technical support to our clients. You'll utilise your excellent technical knowledge and experience to proactively define & develop the environment and new ways of working, and be an expert at dealing with internal and external stakeholders on anything service related. Other responsibilities include recruiting, training and coaching employees, communicating job expectations and appraising their performance If you're a Lead, or IT Technical team lead with experience of Linux estates, Web hosting and automation, looking to for a new challenge then we'd love to hear from you
Junior Cloud Engineer (AWS) CDL has established its position as a market leader in the highly competitive retail insurance sector by consistently creating powerful software solutions that deliver competitive and innovative advantage to our customers. We've custom-built our own modern, open offices set in our own landscaped campus in Stockport, employing over 600 staff, providing over 100 internet brands Asda Money, Tesco Bank, Money Supermarket, Swinton, AA, and Sainsbury's Bank to name a few. We have built a collaborative and creative culture where we employ agile techniques to deliver our pace-setting applications. We like to work in small, focused groups so you're always learning from people around you and you feel a part of the success of each project that you are involved with What you'll do Our cloud usage is growing and a growing number of live services now operate on AWS Cloud. As part of this, we're looking for enthusiastic individuals from juniors to seniors to join the Cloud team. You'll be a highly motivated Cloud Engineer who's excited about helping to build a modern infrastructure for building, deploying, and monitoring high-volume software applications, along with internal tools and systems. You should be passionate about engineering and operations (you read the AWS engineering blogs with your morning coffee; you excel at writing code to automate everything. You'll work on everything from transitioning a good chunk of our infrastructure to Amazon Web Services/AWS, helping us move to a container-based service architecture, and supporting the "Big Data analytics platform, Hummingbird. You will work collaboratively within a team of hobbyists; other responsibilities include helping resolving issues in production, test, & development environment, working on innovative tools for deployment, monitoring, and operations. We'll aid your learning through relevant cloud certifications to keep you learning on a continuous basis. Does this sound like you? We'll consider graduates with programming experience, and a desire to have a career in cloud/Devops.
Scrum Master CDL is a well-established software house specialising in the retail insurance sector. We have a 40 year track record of innovation and success and more than 100 online brands such as Swinton, AA and Tesco Bank trust us to deliver their insurance services. 600+ staff are based at our new campus in Stockport, purpose built and boasting facilities such as a subsidised restaurant and games room, and our long history and privately owned status mean a strong sense of identity and community. We're growing and evolving at a healthy rate. We use Scrum as the foundation of our development approach (scaled to around 10 teams on our larger products) and the aim of our ongoing agile transformation is to be a truly agile business, built around collaborative and empowered customer focussed teams. We have a balance of established products and new developments, complex enterprise systems and end user web portals and apps, and our 'open to all' dedicated incubator has already generated ground breaking ideas which will help change the sector. Watch this space! What you'll do We are a growing community of Scrum Masters and Agile Coaches. We have diverse backgrounds and experience, from developers interested in becoming Scrum Masters to certified and professionally active Scrum trainers (we use Scrum.org). Collectively we fulfil two important roles: Support, enable and coach the software development teams as day-to-day Scrum Masters Act as change agents at team, cross team and organisation levels We want to expand by recruiting experienced talent. You'll share your passion for 'agile' and experience in applying Scrum, whilst working as Scrum Master for one or two development teams. Some are established Scrum teams, some are moving to Scrum for the first time, and some are forming entirely afresh around new products. Your role will primarily be to facilitate and enable the team's success. You'll support, guide, inspire, coach, and challenge the team, Product Owners and other stakeholders. You'll help the organisation as well as the team understand how to apply Scrum with rigour and wisdom, to build strong teams, to deliver quality software regularly and effectively, and above all, to satisfy customers.