Digital Developer Careers

Contract Type
Flexible Hours, Permanent
IT, Public Sector
£27,130 - £38,448 plus a non-pensionable IT allowance
Expiry Date
In the Digital Developer team you will be developing digital services which enable over £1 trillion worth of lending to be secured against property across England and Wales. You will build some of the UK’s most important digital systems.

Job Description


You will use and learn a wide range of technologies including Java, Python, Postgres, React and OpenShift and collaborate with experts in multiple fields including Design, User Experience and Architecture to deliver new business capabilities.

Technical Skills

We'll assess you against these technical skills during the selection process:
Demonstrate experience in Software development AND/OR have an IT qualification in a related area (Degree level or equivalent) The ability to code in at least one language as Python, Java or similar.


It is a very exciting time for you to join us at HMLR as we continue on a major digital transformation programme. Our ambition is to become the world’s leading land registry for speed, simplicity and an open approach to data. We want you to join our award-winning team which is the in-house DDaT directorate at the heart of our transformation into a digital, data-driven organisation. Our work is crucial to the current and future success of HMLR, even more so during these unprecedented times. We are playing a pivotal role in ensuring that we are able to respond swiftly to our current challenges. Importantly, we will support you to develop your digital career in the direction you want to take it.


Birkenhead, Croydon, Coventry, Durham, Gloucester, Hull, Leicester, Nottingham, Peterborough, Plymouth, Preston, Swansea, Telford, Weymouth.


£27,130 - £38,448

£33,839 plus a non-pensionable IT allowance of £4,609 is payable on day one of the role for the HEO role. (Croydon salary has London weighting of £37,290 + non pensionable IT allowance = £41,899).

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