ID Business Solutions Ltd.

Placements in Software Development (starting July 2018 for 1 year)

UK-Surrey-Guildford
Req No.
2017-1380
Category
Software Development
Type
Regular Full-Time

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Your career - imagine different

 

You are passionate about coding and love to work with technology. 

 

You want the opportunity to be part of a small intake of high calibre students where you learn, evolve and have fun.

 

You want to be part of an organisation that still has that start-up spirit, treats you like a valued and contributing member of the team and provides you with the support and mentorship you need to develop during your placement year. Learn from the best (and maybe teach them something along the way!)

 

The IDBS Product Delivery department consists of agile, self-organising, feature teams having ownership of development, test and support of discrete areas of functionality within our product suite. Working closely with Product Managers and Business Analysts we rapidly deliver additional value to the business.

 

Student Placement Opportunities (starting July 2018 for 1 Year)

IDBS offers student placement positions for developers and testers within the Product Delivery department. These are typically one year placements starting each summer. The objective of the placement is to gain industrial experience in the use of agile development practices, additionally gaining competency as a developer or tester.


As a member of the development team you will implement functionality using technologies such as Java/.NET/HTML/JavaScript. The work you undertake will include green field development on existing and new products which are part of larger projects. At all times you will be mentored by members of the team to help you develop your knowledge in relevant areas of the software domain and to grow your skills as a software developer.

 

Support, guidance and on-the-job training will be given as needed depending on your individual needs.

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