Job Number: C1003
- Employer – Greenaway Scott
- Internship – 6 months
- Hours – 35 hours
- Salary – £16,650
Applications close – Friday 23rd August 2019 at midnight.
Early applications are encouraged. The Cardiff Capital Region Graduate Scheme reserves the right to close this vacancy early should sufficient applications be received.
The GS Verde Group is a multi-discipline professional advisory business comprising of law firm Greenaway Scott and corporate finance boutique Verde Corporate Finance.
The core services of our award-winning group focus on the completion of corporate transactions across company acquisition, disposal, buyouts and fund raising activities, with a full service including both legal and financial aspects on any transaction.
The GS Verde Group has also recently launched a new company, Dragonfly Creative which is a new creative design company in South Wales.
Due to growth and expansion plans the GS Verde Group is looking to hire a Web Developer to join the Greenaway Scott team on a 6 month intern basis with the opportunity of the role going permanent at the end of the 6 months.
You will have the opportunity to develop your skills and knowledge within an innovative company with the possibility of a permanent position at the end of the 6-month internship.
Great location with a free on-site car park and excellent transport links.
A hard-working but fun and lively atmosphere with opportunities to develop within the business.
Accepted Language(s) for Applications
Special Conditions Applying:
- No wheelchair access.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Write code in one or more programming or scripting languages.
- Build and maintain databases and document code.
- Produce clear and concise documentation when required.
- Plan and prototype new applications.
- Design the architecture of the components of an application.
- Decide on the best technologies and languages for the project.
- Test sites and applications in different browsers and environments.
- Stay up to date with new trends and advancements in web development.
- Maintain existing applications.
- Degree in computer science, informatics, software engineering or web design and development.
- Proven experience building web based applications.
- A logical approach to problem-solving.
- Attention to detail with a high level of accuracy.
- Maturity, confidence and ability to get on with people of all levels.
- Must be pro-active and self-motivated.
- Prior experience of development methodologies (like agile and waterfall).
- Proven track record of a clear focus on quality and ensuring quality standards are met (feedback from clients or testimonials).
- Part of a web development or coding society at university.
- Attended relevant conferences and workshops.