Did you realise that your STEM degree could lead to a top IT career? Dorset Software has rewarding opportunities for graduates or PhD postgraduates to become developers. No previous experience is needed as our comprehensive training programme covers everything you need to know to become a first-class developer.
Dorset Software is a leading provider of innovative IT development services. We create and maintain custom-made IT systems for a range of high profile clients spanning multiple industries.
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Find out what it's like to work at Dorset Software from current graduates.
Working either in-house or at client sites across the UK, you’ll be designing and developing the world-class solutions we deliver every day. You’ll become proficient in a wide range of skills including cloud infrastructure, programming and testing. Through practical hands-on experience and ongoing training, you’ll be continually expanding your knowledge and developing new skills.
Qualifications and skills
At least a 2:1 undergraduate degree or a PhD in a STEM subject, plus an excellent academic background
Excellent problem solving skills
An ability to quickly adapt to new situations
Brilliant interpersonal skills
A passion for technology and motivation to quickly develop a wide range of development skills
A willingness to travel and work at client sites across the UK
Salary of £25,000 during training, rising to £28,000 on completion
Regular salary reviews
Excellent opportunities for career progression
Flexible working hours and holiday provision
A relaxed work environment
Funding to study and obtain industry-recognised qualifications
Job variety working with blue-chip and public sector clients on a number of unique projects
Company pension scheme
Regular subsidised sporting and social events
Cycle to work scheme, with onsite bike parking and shower facilities
An unlimited supply of chocolate biscuits, or fresh fruit for the health conscious!
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