Apprentice Software Engineer

16285.00 GBP Annual + subject to meeting performance and development expectations
15 Jun 2021
27 Jun 2021
Contract Type
Full Time

As an apprentice, you will be placed in one of our customer focused product teams. Our 5 vary from course information data entry, customer relationship management, application entry forms, and course research facilities for learners.

Technology and Tools:
• Angular
• Salesforce
• C# WebApi
• SQL (Postgres, MySQL)
• AWS (S3, Lambda, RDS, EC2, CloudFormation)
• Splunk
• Bamboo
• New relic
• Terraform
• ServiceNow

Your Development:
Following a comprehensive induction into UCAS, you will be supported to complete a BCS Accredited Level 4
Software Developer Apprenticeship with Corndel Limited, an experienced technology training provider. An initial concentrated period of full-time training with Corndel will set you up with core software development skills to be able to make an immediate impact when you join one of our Development Teams. Your training will continue throughout the apprenticeship with both Corndel and with our own highly skilled development teams. All training will be delivered at UCAS, where you will also be able to access our Development Academies to enhance your personal learning and skills.

Your Future:
Your experience and learning during this apprenticeship will kick start your career as a Software Engineer within an
agile technology development function and be a gateway to further study and promotion opportunities.

Key accountabilities:
Working alongside experienced engineers, you will;
• Work with Product Owners to build and develop UCAS products and services in line with the strategic
• Code and configure solutions utilising standard tooling.
• Work with team-mates using techniques such as test-driven development, pair programming and code
• Contribute to the ongoing improvement of your team's processes using an agile approach.

Skills, qualifications, and experience:
Successful applicants will have:
• A-Level or Level 3 qualification in Computing, Mathematics or Physical Sciences
• A minimum of 5 GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade C or above, including Maths and English.
• A logical thinking ability, be numerate and analytical.
• An interest in coding and / or scripting.
• Experience of working on your own initiative and effectively as part of a team to achieve positive outcomes or deliver successful projects.
• Naturally collaborative, with good people skills.

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