Software Engineering Apprenticeship
- Build software for the various teams, this could include serverside components, user interfaces and mobile applications.
- Design, run and evaluate experimental results for the features you build
- Collaborate with other engineers, product managers, designers, data scientists and user researchers to build and improve products
- Our development cycle is extremely fast, and we've built tools to keep it that way. It's common to write code and have it running live just a few days later. If you work with us, you will make an impact, immediately.
- If you want to find out more and meet those in the know, then register for their event on 11th of Feb - 18:00 - 20:00 https://virtualapprenticedaylondon2020.splashthat.com/
Requirements and prospects
- Interest and experience in programming and building software
- Experience from personal, school or open source projects or programming competitions is a plus
- High levels of creativity and quick problem solving capabilities
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- A strong interest in learning and growing as a software engineer
- Five GCSE grades C - A* (4-9) or equivalent, including English and maths
- Level 3 qualification (A level, BTEC or equivalent)
- Three months' prior coding experience
- Ability to program in a mainstream programming language
After your Software Engineering apprenticeship, you can progress into a junior developer role (this includes web and app development). You'll have the skills to continue growing within a tech team, and have enough knowledge/experience to pick up new languages with ease. Software Engineering Level 4 will also provide a good foundation for transitioning into data science.
Things to consider
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