Want to work in a fast paced environment where technology is being utilised to transform the current landscape? Eat, sleep and dream development? Do you get an itch you want to scratch when learning about a new tech? If so, you could be exactly who we are looking for.
We will embed you into one of our highly capable development teams. As a junior developer you will get exposure to a vast array of technology to turn business challenges in to business opportunities. Be prepared for a roller-coaster ride, but we will be there to support you every step of the way, to help develop you into the best developer you can be.
We are seeking the best and brightest junior developers to join our software engineering teams in Exeter.
Desired skills, experience and personal qualities:
NB: The key is that you are a capable developer, the specific languages and technologies can then be learned. Your adaptability, aptitude and chiefly attitude are the most important.
Landmark Information Group, a subsidiary of the Daily Mail & General Trust (DMGT), is the UK’s leading provider of land and property information. Innovation is at the heart of Landmark’s and DMGT’s history and we have built our success through the development of new and innovative products for our customers. Landmark Information Group employs over 400 people, 200 working in the field of IT, 80 of whom are working directly within software development.
Our Developers have an important voice in how our products are constructed, so our teams consists of talented, collaborative, driven individuals. We work in an open environment that treats people in a first-class manner and provides them with ownership, responsibility, and autonomy. Our teams have great opportunities for personal development and therefore the role would benefit a self-motivated learner.
Candidates will be chosen based on their CV, cover letter and interview/practical activities. The interview process will begin with a telephone conversation and following this successful candidates will be invited to a face to face interview, which will include a technical examination.