London, United Kingdom
Stratajet is the world’s first real-time private jet booking platform, changing the way people travel. With Stratajet, it’s easy to search, compare and book a private jet straight from your desktop or smartphone. We believe in making private aviation faster, simpler and accessible to more people.
We are on the lookout for a talented Software Engineer to join our vibrant, dynamic and collaborative team based in our amazing offices in Farringdon, London. You will be part of a small, cohesive team responsible for delivering the core functionality of our real time, private flight booking experience. The role is primary backend but in such a dynamic environment you will have the opportunity to participate in all stages and layers of the application.
We are a close-knit bunch of technologists who are passionate about changing the way people fly. Working in the aviation industry poses some unique challenges beyond typical web development and we pride ourselves in using the appropriate technology for the job, leading to a tech stack that includes primarily Ruby on Rails and Angular but also Swift, .NET, Go and AWS, with a continuous deployment infrastructure and a focus on automated testing. We’re excited about testing Clojure and/or Elixir in the coming months for new services.
Our diverse and international team allows us to bring different perspectives to the technical and business problems we face, enabling us to constantly improve our platform and product offering.
But… we also know how to blow off steam with regular socials, ping-pong tournaments, game nights and an inquisitive desire to find the Ballmer Peak!
What you will be doing...
Work collaboratively with developers, product and other stakeholders to deliver simple, high quality solutions to our customer’s problems, while helping each other to develop. This includes:
Participate in requirements gathering and design/architecture discussions
Build new features and extend existing ones (Ruby on Rails, MySQL, AWS, etc)
Review code and provide constructive feedback for other developers
Help to shape our processes and practices through regular retrospectives
Continuously improve your skill set by taking on new challenges and setting personal goals
You should know (or be willing to learn)
Software engineering principles and how/when to best apply them
Ruby on Rails and surrounding ecosystem
Web application development best practices
Relational and NoSQL databases
Agile practices including TDD and pair programming
Pragmatic approach to problem solving
What’s in it for you…
Stratajet is disrupting an entire industry's business model, and you’ll be part of defining the future of the platform. You will be in a position to drive change and have a substantial impact.
Support in attending relevant meetups and conferences.
Personal project time to learn a new language or build something you’re passionate about from scratch and share with the rest of the team.
Company social events, away days, and drinks every Friday in our office bar!
Be part of a close knit, supportive and collaborative engineering team
At Stratajet we’re committed to creating a working environment where anyone and everyone can succeed. We believe in the continuous growth of our employees and provide the necessary support to ensure each person is able to do their job to the best of their abilities.
Royal Opera House
Covent Garden, London, United Kingdom
Up to £30,000 per annum
The Royal Opera House continues to lead the way in opera, ballet, music and dance live on stage at our heritage theatre site here in Covent Garden, and reaching out to audiences across the UK and worldwide with our cinema screenings and content through other digital platforms. Our Technology Operations team service a broad range of requirements across all departments of the organization and a number of business critical systems, from customer facing and marketing to scheduling and finance.
We are now looking for an Applications Administrator - Office 365 / SharePoint to join our Digital Development and Technology team, to support the maintenance of our SharePoint Online environment and Office 365, and provide second and third line support, in line with ITIL processes. Reporting to the Head of Technology Operations, you will work with the Cloud Infrastructure team to ensure a high availability of services and also undertake analysis and development for new projects.
The ideal candidate will be an experienced team player with these qualities:
Experience in IT operations supporting a Windows enterprise
Knowledge of Office 365 and SharePoint Online, with experience of SharePoint 2013 or 2010
Proven experience working in a small team delivering technical solutions to business requirements
Knowledge of ITIL and experience of working with internal and external suppliers
Ability to manage own time to deliver activity for agreed projects to agreed timescales
Commitment to managing own learning and continuous professional development relevant to the role.
We actively encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds and value the positive impact difference has on our teams.
A full job description and details of how to apply are available on our website www.roh.org.uk or from the Human Resources Department, email: firstname.lastname@example.org and you can also contact us if you have any access needs for making an application.
Closing Date for applications: 8.00am, Monday 6 November 2017
Applicants must have work authorization for the UK.
Embedded Software Engineer – Yorkshire Embedded C, ARM Cortex Microcontrollers, Power, Control Applications Innovative, rapidly expanding company specialising in Software development of control applications for the Power Industry. Development using high-level languages including embedded C for ARM Cortex based microcontrollers. The position covers the full software lifecycle including, requirements capture, design, development, verification and validation. Responsibilities: Write and develop embedded software in C with occasional use of assembler for a variety of applications. Write and maintain software development documentation ie specifications, test plans and design descriptions. Perform product testing of embedded software. Read electronic circuit schematics diagrams and fault find hardware. Essential Skills Sought: Degree in Software / Computer Engineering or equivalent. Good level of embedded software experience, ideally 3 years. Ability to not only write software but design software in with a structure approach. Working knowledge of communications protocols, including CAN (with J1939 or CANopen) and USB with Ethernet being desirable. Use of IAR Embedded Workbench IDE and TFS or similar version control system Excellent written English skills and fully competent on modern PC systems. Self-motivated and a capability for working to a high level of detail and accuracy, with an excellent working knowledge of modern microprocessor and micro controller designs. Fully conversant with ISO 9001 QA requirements, as well as conversant with static analysis tools ideally to MISRA standards.
Dunstable, United Kingdom
Lantec is one of the UK’s leading IT services and logistics provider with expertise in EPOS, Card Terminal and client server installations. Our clients range from small independent retailers to large corporate clients such as; Waitrose, Tesco, Lloyds Bank, WorldPay and so forth. Established for over 18 years Lantec employs over 300 staff throughout the UK, with an annual turnover of £12 million.
We work hard to give our customers a better experience and we’re all about rewarding hard work through recognition and progression. As an employee of Lantec, you will find variety in your role, have the autonomy to think outside of the box and really apply yourself.
Lantec are now looking for now requires a hands-on, self-motivated Software Developer with broad experience in MySQL, MSSQL, .NET C#, PHP to join our team with a focus on developing and enhancing our management information availability. This is an exciting opportunity for someone to really carve their own path and make a difference!
Accountabilities of the Software Developer role:
Delivery of technical solutions that meet client & company expectations.
Understanding and support of existing .NET software
Development of new management information software to access MSSQL and My SQL databases
Demonstration of adding value to the company’s business.
Accountable for the timely delivery of software in accordance with specified quality standards.
Adherence to required technical standards on a project-by-project basis.
Responsible that software created matches provided specifications. Key Competencies of the Software Developer role
Various SQL derivative database familiarity
Experience of variety of software languages and ability to learn new if required
Innovation - Demonstration of creativity in solutions that reflect either the company’s or our clients' priorities.
Ability to work within a team and engage with technical partners
Demonstration of company values
Company contribution - Development and distribution of experience and knowledge which leads to a measurable impact on building/service delivery across the company e.g. contributing to knowledge sharing/best practice, participating and delivering training to build knowledge for self and others.
Analytical skills - Demonstrable problem solving skills.
Time Management - The ability to adequately manage own time and report issues quickly that will affect the ability to deliver within a particular timescale. The ability to estimate the time a task will take accurately. Knowledge required in becoming the successful Software Developer:
Good written & verbal communication skills If you feel you have the skills, experience, passion & enthusiasm they are seeking, then please get in touch.
In return, the successful Software Developer will receive a salary which is dependent on experience + company benefits package.