BlueBream Developer Ginny


Mid-level BlueBream Developer
6 years experience

£15 - £25/hour

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A Python Developer with 4 years of work experience. Ginny is a results-oriented and dedicated professional seeking to leverage current experience in the highly competitive and fast-paced telecommunications industry. Highly motivated with good analytical and problem solving skills and has a keen desire to be part of an organization where she can utilize her skills by developing web applications and systems, dive into digital pivot and implementing processes that will help increase efficiency, productivity, and contribute to the overall performance of the company and help achieve its objectives. Accustomed to working in a fast-paced environment with the ability to think quickly and successfully handle difficult situations. Excellent communication and organizational skills, team player, good attention to detail, and dutiful respect for compliance in all regulated environments.

Work Experience

Full Stack Developer
January 2018 - Present
  • Responsible for the overall design/ architecture of the web application.
  • Collaborate with the rest of the client team to design and launch new features. 
  • Maintain code integrity and it's organisation. 
Software Developer / Team Leader
August 2014 - January 2018
  • Responsible in development projects across predominantly Android Mobile Development and SQL Server, cloud-based based technologies.
  • Work, plan and coordinate closely with the department's project managers, business analysts, and stakeholders.
  • Make sure to liaise their demands properly to the assigned architects and developers which is not limited to providing support and guidance to assigned team members. 

Computing Specialisations: Software Development
National Tertiary Education Consortium
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