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Senior Management Team

Vacancies

If you would like to apply for one of our vacancies and you meet the minimum requirements, please send your cv to jobs@mwabu.com  

PLEASE NOTE: A referral fee will be offered for all successful candidates on completion of probation.

South Africa: R1,000         Zambia: K700        UK: £60

 

 

FULL STACK SOFTWARE DEVELOPER

Location: South Africa

 

Mwabu is an education technology company, creating modern, interactive e-learning content and resources for learners across Africa. Our curriculum aligned teaching and learning resources can be delivered both on and offline to android based tablets and smart phones and via the web. Mwabu pedagogy is enquiry based, learner centred and creates opportunities for group work and social learning. Our goal is to enable children from all backgrounds to realise their right to high-quality education.

 

We are looking for a Full Stack Software Developer within a small IT team delivering mainly mobile and web applications, BI/MI solutions using appropriate Microsoft technologies such as C#, C++, MVC, SQL Server, SSAS, SSIS and SSRS.  Also required to provide technical support for other existing solutions.

 

Candidate must have Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering or similar.  Must have experience of working in a SCRUM Environment and 3+ years’ experience with HTML5, CSS, MVC, .NET, AngularJS and JavaScript, also Experience working with the modern web ecosystem: git, node.js, npm, gulp, bower.  If you meet the minimum requirements, please send your cv to jobs@mwabu.com

mwabu fact 3x Children learning with Mwabu improved their literacy scores 3x faster than a control group in our Unicef study in Zambia
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