Siteverse - Graduate Software Developer

Details

1045173
Staffordshire University
06/07/2022
6 Months
Monday - Friday 37 hours
Business Dress
 

Pay

£10.17
£1.22
 

Description

Reference: DIP-SV-2022

SDIPs Partnership Opportunity  

This post is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund 2014-2020.

Job Title: Graduate Software/Full Stack Developer (Internship)

As part of the Staffordshire Digital Innovation Partnerships project, Staffordshire University has entered a partnership with a new tech start-up business SiteVerse who are looking to disrupt the construction sector with their latest innovations. Working alongside an established Health & Safety company, Siteverse are looking to develop a cloud-based digital platform that will significantly enhance end-user compliance with Construction Design & Management (CDM) regulations. The platform will enable construction firms to maintain high levels of safety performance and compliance throughout the construction project lifecycle through real-time monitoring and reporting of status and processes relating to CDM compliance.

As part of the SDIP programme, we are looking for a full-time software developer to create a minimum viable product (MVP) which we can introduce to our partners and ultimately launch into the market.  The finished product will need to be secure, written with well-tested code and applications, utilise engaging user interfaces and experiences, and work across a range of devices.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone to get involved in a highly innovative commercial project, with both specialised industry and academic support.

  • Develop clean, secure, well-tested code and applications for a cloud-based environment.
  • Create engaging front-end user interfaces and experiences.
  • Design and implement back-end logic and code, working with a range of technologies as determined.
  • Contribute to the creation of technical specifications.
  • Monitor the performance of applications through testing and maintenance and undertake corrective measures.
  • Assist with user acceptance testing.
  • ]Install applications into production environments.
  • Contribute to the analysis, documentation, and evaluation of current business processes and identify areas of improvement as needed.
  • Produce systems and user documentation.
  • Work closely with other staff, such as project managers, graphic artists, UX designers, other developers, business analysts, technical staff, and end-users/clients.
  • Investigate and report on technologies relevant to the product development as needed.
  • Report on technical development activities and progress.
  • Attend project meetings and other events deemed relevant or necessary within the scope of the project.
  • Undertake any other duties deemed relevant or necessary within the scope of the project.
  • IT/Computing Graduate - computer science background is preferable.
  • Software development for secure, resilient web-based applications in cloud environments.
  • Experience of either Google or AWS Cloud infrastructure.
  • Functional, responsive, dynamic web applications development.
  • Software/applications testing.
  • User interface and user experience (UI/UX) design and development.
  • Database design & implementation and DML/DDL.
  • An analytical and structured approach to problem solving using appropriate techniques and tools.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with an onsite and remote team.
  • Ability to write and present technical reports.
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