We're looking for creative solutions to interesting problems.
You don't settle for ordinary. In fact, you actively seek out the most innovative, effective and creative solutions to interesting problems. And that's exactly what we'll encourage here at HMGCC. Our multi-disciplinary teams design secure communications systems for HM Government in the UK, and overseas. You'll have the chance to work on a range of complex, absorbing projects - all while helping to safeguard the country and its interests.
As an enthusiastic and bright graduate with a passion for software, you'll get involved with our unique and varied projects. In fact, you'll quickly become a key team member - developing, testing and maintaining solutions that push the limits of software. With our support, you'll use your creativity and proactivity to test your knowledge and grow your expertise. In fact, you won't just benefit from the supportive and collaborative nature of our teams. Top-class technical training programmes, professional accreditation, mentoring and on-the-job-development will help you not just fulfil your potential, but stretch it too.
• You'll have at least a 2:1 degree (Bachelors or Masters) in a relevant subject, or practical experience in the industry.
• You'll be able to design, develop and test software in one or more of: C, C++, C#, Java and Objective-C.
• You'll have experience of developing one or more of: Windows, Linux, macOS, Android or iOS.
• You'll be able to reason about the performance of different data structures and algorithms.
Ideally, you'll have scripting skills and experience of revision control, continuous integration and static analysis. It would be an advantage if you had knowledge of Visual Studio, Xcode and JetBrains IDEs.
In addition to getting your career off to the best start, you can look forward to a great rewards package and a welcoming, modern workplace that has a cafe, gym and nursery.
To find out more and to apply, please visit our website by clicking the APPLY button.
Full time, part time and flexible working patterns will be considered.
To apply to HMGCC you must be a born or naturalised British citizen, over 21 years old and primarily have lived in the UK for the last ten years. In addition, one of your parents must be a British citizen, or have substantial ties to the UK.