Graduate Software Engineer
30 Mar 2015




You can develop software for anyone. But how about doing it at a world leading laboratory, where the software you build helps push back the frontiers of science and technology, shape societies and transform lives?


These are software engineering roles and the successful applicant will be expected to play a full part in all aspects of the software development lifecycle. One role will mainly be based in the business applications team, working on web based software to support the user programme at ISIS. The other role will be mainly based in a new team, working on SharePoint software and systems for the national laboratories. During the graduate scheme the candidates will undertake at least 3 placements in other teams within ISIS computing and STFC.

We use a wide range of technologies such as Java EE, C#, C++, Python, Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server databases, ASP.NET, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript including using frontend frameworks (e.g. AngularJS), web services (e.g. SOAP/RESTful),Windows and Linux servers and technologies.


Contacts and Communication:

You will report to a senior software engineer within the computing group and have interactions with ISIS Scientists, users, technical staff and administrative staff.


Personal Skills and Attributes:
- Good communication skills both verbal and written
- Good organisational skills

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