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Graduate Developer

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: Cheshire
  • Sector: Java
  • Job reference: CP89354352grad
  • Consultant: Conor Parr
An exciting opportunity for a Graduate Developer to join an award-winning independent tech company based in the heart of Cheshire. 

With a strict 35 hour working week, onsite parking and salaries unmatched in the north. This opportunity is one not to be missed!

Globally the organisation are pioneers in the industry, with over 10,000 customers in 130 countries.

These customers are some of the world's largest and most recognisable organisations.

The product they build supports the software and infrastructure of Silicon Valley heavy weights, FTSE100 and Fortune 500 organisations, and every major software development suite used commercially worldwide.

Using the most cutting edge tech products to develop and innovate, you will have a direct contribution to the next generation of this world class product suite.

Graduate Developers typically make very rapid progress due to individual mentoring and coaching, in a way that is impossible on larger graduate schemes.

You will gain commercial experience building enterprise software solutions that solve real-world problems using best-practice approaches such as TDD, Continuous Integration, DevOps etc.

On-the-job training will also be provided from day one and resources will be made available to allow you to achieve your goals, whether these are experiencing new stages of software development, learning about new technologies, or gaining certifications as a software developer.

Experience Required:

Exceptional academic background
Knowledge of Java or .NET
Strong interest in solving difficult and complex technical problems in imaginative ways.

The salary for this role is £45,000

Please apply/call for a confidential discussion.
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