Would you like to join an award-winning organisation? Telensa won the 2017 Amazon award for the Growing Business of the Year. Telensa was also named in the 2017 Global Cleantech '100 ones to watch' list. And in 2018 Telensa was awarded the Queen's Award for Enterprise: International Trade and Innovation. So, if this sounds like the fast-growing kind of company you would like to join, read on...
Telensa is a leading company in technology for the Internet of Things (IOT) and Smart Cities. We have more smart city devices globally, than any other company. Our products are enabling cities from Atlanta, Georgia to Wellington, NZ to significantly lower their carbon footprint and improve the lives of citizens.
If you are interested in a career in development and are completing a degree in a numerate/computer science-related subject, we may have just the graduate role for you. At Telensa we write software at all levels, ranging from embedded (C, ARM) through network layers (wireless protocol implementation, messaging and connection management), to business logic (database applications and integration with other systems such as asset management and billing) up to user interfaces on web and mobile.
We are always interested in Graduates at the start of their career and will work with you in the early months to explore all the different types of development in the company to find a niche that suits you best. The successful applicant can expect to get experience in areas such as: working on tools such as our test harnesses which simulates large scale networks and enables us to test new builds of our communications stacks. This includes work on small devices such as the Raspberry Pi and is likely to include work with scripting languages such as Python. You will also work on “middle layer” parts of our Central System, using technologies such as Java and relational or noSQL database technologies, and developing Microservices and RESTful APIs. This includes working as part of an Agile scrum team.
We embrace ideas and innovation and we have an open work culture. We support each other and respect everyone’s background. We combine extensive knowledge with a pragmatic approach to solve real life problems. And of course, we try to have fun as we work.
We have an active social committee that organises events. We have lunchtime pub quizzes, we collect money for charities by baking and eating cakes, and a summer BBQ to name a few, and the highlight of the year is the company Christmas party.