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As experts in Agile recruitment Amsource Technology sources candidates across organisations where this type of software development is now the key development methodology employed across organisations, irrespective of the development language their applications are built in.

Our Consultants are aware of the different types of methods and where requirements differ to include Extreme Programming (XP), Test Driven Development (TDD), Behaviour Driven Development (BDD), Scrum, Lean and Kanban ways of working.

Our client list includes specialist software houses, software product organisations, consultancy organisations, ecommerce and online agency organisations as well as professional services organisations.  The range from 10 person locally based organisations to globally recognised Blue-Chips .

Amsource Technology recruit a variety of roles where Agile is at the core of the requirements including Scrum Master, Coach, Project Manager, Business Analyst, Software Developer and Tester roles.

Please view our latest job vacancies below, or register your CV or LinkedIn profile with us here.

Read our latest Agile blogs here.

Latest jobs
Android Developer
  • Sector: Various
  • Location: Cheshire
  • Salary/Rate: £350 - £400 per day
Description: My unique client are leaders within their field and they are currently seeking a skilled Android Developer to developer their existing application. They are looking for candidates who have: • Solid knowledge and experience with Java & Kotlin  • Experience with unit testing • Good experience with Android SDK & Android...
Android Developer
  • Sector: Various
  • Location: Cheshire
  • Salary/Rate: £350 - £400 per day
Description: My unique client are leaders within their field and they are currently seeking a skilled Android Developer to developer their existing application. They are looking for candidates who have: • Solid knowledge and experience with Java & Kotlin  • Experience with unit testing • Good experience with Android SDK & Android...
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