The Graduate Web Application Software Engineer will have responsibility throughout the full development cycle. You’ll apply your skills to design, develop, and test software. Whether you’re creating new products in our transformational programs or enhancing existing ones, you’ll have the opportunity to listen to what each customer needs and bring all the elements together to provide solutions. You will join a team of software experts with a variety of core competencies such as Internet of things (IoT), user experience (UX), data analytics, and web and mobile front-end development. Keeping pace with and applying the latest digital technology trends
Graduate Web Application Software Engineer Job Specification:
The Graduate Web Application Software Engineer is required to strengthen the web application development team. The focus of this team is the delivery of user assistance to support our commercial web-based solutions for the energy sector.
This work requires the Graduate Web Application Software Engineer to have the flexibility to work across a broad technology stack, as well as being able to shape and influence the delivered solutions.
The web application development team works closely with product and service teams in Leeds and from the wider organization, as well as engaging with external groups on various aspects.
To be successful the applicant must be comfortable working in a team environment, be able to demonstrate strong initiative, as well as proactively collaborating with other groups.
Graduate Web Application Software Engineer Job Requirements:
- C# or similar object orientated language
- Scripting e.g. python
- Good understanding of OO design and SOLID principles
- Self-motivated individual, with a willing-to-learn attitude, who values quality over speed
- Ability to work in a team environment that is fast-paced and follows Agile development practices
- Ability to write clean and efficient code
- Ability to work to deadlines
- Good interpersonal and communication skills
Bachelors/Masters in Computer Science/Software Engineering or related discipline.
Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK