Software Engineer

Thames Ditton
£23k - £25k pa
07 Nov 2017
15 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
General Description As a software engineer you would be required to plan, develop, test and document custom-engineered programs/systems to meet client and business needs. You will be actively involved in maintaining or enhancing existing software for clients, or writing new applications using a variety of technologies. Working within a team you will contribute ideas and options to address technical issues and be prepared to learn new technologies and techniques to improve code writing and application performance or meet client's changing business requirements. Key Responsibilities 1 Primarily; the development of new software and the second line support of existing software 2 Working with multi-functional applications used by a variety of public and private sector clients, including: * Analysing software issues * Creating and applying software fixes * Administering clients' databases * Upgrading clients to the latest releases * Data migration * Adherence to quality processes * Analysing new user requirements * Designing and developing new functionality * You will be allocated second line support calls for relevant aspects of the software * Agreed planning on projects assigned to you, keeping appropriate records of all tasks you carry out. * QA/Product/Project delivery processes and procedures * Research new technologies; take part in in-house training and train on self-help basis. * Software testing The succesful candidate will be able to demonstrate the follwing 1 Communicate externally and internally at all levels, fluently and consistently 2 Reliable, Flexible , Adaptable, Pro-active, Team Player 3 Value problem-solving, attention to detail, and efficient and conscientious recordkeeping capabilities 4 Proficiency in Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, E-Mail, Web Browsing 5 Experience of the full project lifecycle 6 Fimilarity using: Unidata, SB+ or other MV database, HTML, JavaScript, C#, Python Core hours of work will be 9am - 5.30pm Monday to Friday with an hour break for lunch (37.5 hours per week).
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