Job DescriptionIf you are a talented individual wanting to forge a career in software development, have a genuine interest in technology, and are passionate about creating products for the future, we want to hear from you. You could be Joining a dynamic team as an Apprentice developer working on adding new features and functionality to existing applications and
Haywyre works with a wide range of clients including a number of blue chip companies within the Midlands area.
Haywyre are looking for a talented individual wanting to forge a career in software development, have a genuine interest in technology, and are passionate about creating products for the future.
The successful applicant will be part of a team responsible for:
• Development of new web applications and websites
• Development of mobile apps
• Customer support – on-site, telephone and electronically.
• Customer training
• Using computer systems to update information
• Working on various software development projects
• Using content management systems
Haywyre like new ideas, technologies and processes, so there is always an opportunity to get involved with some of the most cutting-edge technology. You can expect to work on exciting projects within an enthusiastic team in a friendly atmosphere and receive ongoing training.
Working WeekMonday – Friday 9:00am – 5:30pm
Requirements & Prospects
QualificationsA minimum of 5 GCSE’s C and above Including Maths and English (or equivalents).
- Strong communication and organisational skills.
- Problem solving skills.
- Motivated, passionate about software development, keen to learn, committed
Future ProspectsTo progress to level 4 or become a permanent member of the team.
• Level 2 Functional Skills English and Maths (if applicable)
• Knowledge Module 1 – Software Development Methodologies Part 1 (Introduction)
• Knowledge Module 2 – Programming Part 1 (Introduction)
• Knowledge Module 1 – Software Development Methodologies Part 2 (Plus Exam)
• Knowledge Module 2 – Programming Part 2 (Plus Exam)
Knowledge Modules are specified by the British Computer Society (BCS)