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We're kicking off this week with a few vacancies at Corvid, a team of cyber security experts, developers and analysts based in Cheltenham, UK, who deliver cyber defence solutions and services to businesses.
Cyber Intelligence Lead, Cheltenham, UK
Who are we looking for?
As CORVID's capabilities have matured, the need for a dedicated focus on the collection and exploitation of cyber intelligence has been identified. We are looking for a technologist with strong software development skills and an understanding of the application of intelligence.
This is a hands-on role which will see the successful candidate designing and delivering a range of projects, from developing innovative proof-of-concept systems and overseeing their development, to the development of strategies and systems for managing intelligence holdings. The role will require an individual with a diverse yet balanced range of technical, analytical and strategic skills.
Senior Software Developer, Cheltenham, UK
We're looking for an enthusiastic and competent Senior Software Developer to join our well-established cyber and computer forensics technological development team. As a keen technologist, you'll have a background in IT infrastructure and/or software engineering. Original ideas and innovation are strongly encouraged, and you'll play a pivotal role in developing complex, unique features.
The applications and projects are varied, so you'll need to be comfortable working both as part of a team and autonomously. Our developers work largely in C#, Python, Java and C++, but we're happy to consider any technical background, as long as you have a desire to learn new skills and work with cutting-edge tools and technologies.
Next up we've got some roles from Haileybury School, Hertford Heath, UK. It's seeking some IT systems experts.
IT Systems Manager, Hertford Heath, UK
Haileybury is seeking an IT Systems Manager to support the Computer Support Department in all aspects of IT provision and service delivery at the school.
The successful candidate will have particular responsibility for IT infrastructure provision, management and monitoring, with a strong voice in decision-making. They will possess excellent diagnostic skills and will have proven experience of leading, motivating and supporting a technical team.
The post involves core working hours of 37.5 hours per week to be allocated by the Director of IT. The post holder will need to participate in a rota to provide out of hours support in accordance with our Service Level Agreement and Saturday onsite presence are required. The nature of a 24/7 boarding school requires staff to work flexibly and there may be a requirement for the jobholder to work reasonable additional hours and early mornings, evenings and weekends.
Assistant Systems Administrator
Haileybury is seeking an Assistant Systems Administrator to support the Computer Support Department in all aspects of IT provision and service delivery at the school.
The successful candidate will have particular responsibility for IT infrastructure provision, management and monitoring whilst delivering excellent customer service and will have proven experience working in a technical IT role.
The post involves core working hours of 37.5 hours per week to be allocated by the IT Systems Manager. The post holder will need to participate in a rota to provide out of hours support in accordance with our Service Level Agreement and Saturday onsite presence are required. The nature of a 24/7 boarding school requires staff to work flexibly and there may be a requirement for the jobholder to work reasonable additional hours and early mornings, evenings and weekends.
Consult Red, a firm that applies its experience in product development, hardware, embedded and cloud technology to help companies across many sectors to deliver connected devices and systems, is looking to fill a couple of roles in Europe
Software Solutions Architect - Digital TV, Poland
Proven experience architecting solutions? Know how to interact well with business and engineering teams? Willing to travel? How about a key, wide-ranging role helping to design the next generation of DTV software for Europe? Fancy working with some of the best media teams in Europe?
What you will do
- Design and maintain a modular, extensible architecture of the CPE middleware by translating business needs into technology blocks and modules;
- Advise developer colleagues on implementation of the architecture thus enabling a flow from business need to day to day implementation through your architecture - detail is key;
- Advise on development of Digital TV products, including design, technology choices, life-cycles, costs and capacity planning with wider group of stakeholders;
- Research and assess emerging trends and technologies in open-source and technology suppliers to enable your architectural design; and
- Closely cooperate with other architects responsible for the cloud systems/BO.
Senior Embedded Software Engineer, Shipley, UK
We're looking for a talented Senior Embedded Software Engineer, with a proven track record of software development using C++ and/or Java in an embedded environment, to work on cutting-edge embedded software projects, as a part of an agile team.
How You'll Spend Your Time:
You will work in an agile environment reporting to a Group Lead or Project Manager and will have considerable exposure to our clients and other partners. You'll be a key part of planning, design, development, debugging and integration of embedded software modules for cutting edge broadcast and internet TV receivers (set-top boxes).
You'll create new features while also supporting the C++ debugging team, which will be around a 60/40 split of your time. Most importantly, your work will help deliver a much-needed service for society in lockdown – quick and easy access to some of the World's best digital TV services.
Enclave Networks in Newport, Wales is next up, with a hunt for developers to join its mission to help people build simpler, smarter, and more secure computer networks both at work and at home.
Senior C# developer, Newport, Wales
Enclave is a networking technology which just works. Without listening ports, visible IP addresses or DNS records, your infrastructure goes dark to attackers, allowing you to quickly build secure and private connectivity between any application, computer system, device, or infrastructure — regardless of the underlying network.
We are looking for talented C# developers who treat code as craft, understand computer security concepts and have experience working with network protocols and systems level programming to help us continue to design, build and scale Enclave and our SaaS platform. This is a key role working as part of a scrappy team of passionate developers making a big impact with few resources and reporting directly to the CTO.
Our stack is primarily C# .NET Core 3.1 but you'll also be working with cloud infrastructure, network protocols, cryptography and systems level programming across Windows, Linux and Mac OS and mobile platforms, so you'll need a willingness to learn and a desire to tackle hard problems.
The hunt is also on for full stack developers over at GetAgent - the UK's leading estate agent comparison site, which aims to provide a transparent and data-driven way for homeowners to choose the best agent to sell their most valuable asset.
Lead Full Stack Developer at GetAgent
We ingest millions of property listings each year to create an objective measure of estate agent performance. Using our unique data, homesellers sell quicker and for more money.
What you'll do
As we expand into new products and with more and more home sellers using the GetAgent platform, we are looking for an intelligent and talented Lead Developer to support our growth.
As a pivotal member of the Tech Team, you'll mentor and develop junior developers and review work. The majority of your day will be working on improving and adding new features to our existing products. As we venture into new products you'll have the opportunity to dive in however you see fit and lead the process from idea generation and goal setting all the way to measuring the impact of your work.
What we need from you:
Intelligence – You don't have to be Einstein, but we're looking for someone with the ability to successfully assess a situation and problem solve.
Passion for tech - We're looking for someone who enjoys learning new technologies and would probably be coding in their spare time if they weren't being paid for it.
Personality - We're looking for someone who has the innate ability to spark and maintain meaningful conversations with your colleagues.
Lolly.co, which provides technology consulting services that help clients unlock insights and opportunities, is seeking a full stack developer for its UK team.
Full Stack Developer, Remote, UK
We are looking for a hands-on developer who is highly skilled and confident across the full stack. You must be excited by great UX, as you will be involved in designing and building applications where user engagement will be critical to the success of a project.
You will need to be independent minded and take responsibility for your own work. A problem solver is essential as you are expected to propose your own solutions, as well as delivering according to specification.
Lolly Co build solutions for companies across the globe looking to digitally transform their operations. Typically this involves creating custom software systems that automate business processes and creating apps/websites to fulfil a frictionless customer journey.
This job will suit a candidate who wants to challenge their existing skillset, is interested in the opportunity to explore all aspects of modern software development and has a strong drive for delivery.
That wraps it up for this week. Good luck, and keep sending in those job roles wherever they are in the world. ®