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Developer

We are seeking an experienced individual who will be required to:

  • Support and develop lightweight micro-services and applications for the Careers Wales website and internal systems
  • Work with a third-party systems integrators, developers, and internal teams to implement target services as defined and owned by Careers Wales

You should also have the following:

  • A degree or equivalent in programming/computer science field
  • Experience of JAVA and C#
  • Demonstrate experience and working knowledge of Cloud environments, specifically Microsoft Azure
  • Demonstrate experience of working within an agile SDLC
  • Demonstrate experience of working with continuous delivery pipelines for continuous integration and continuous deployment to Cloud environments using widely adopted tooling
  • Demonstrate experience with version control software, specifically git, and job execution tools
  • Demonstrate knowledge of secure coding and testing across a variety of tools and vulnerability management
  • Ability to communicate effectively with internal colleagues and with external software vendors
  • Ability to multi-task, prioritise and keep to tight deadlines

You are required to travel within Wales and occasionally UK in order to fulfil your duties and/or to attend learning and development events. You are responsible for ensuring that you have adequate transport arrangements to enable you to fulfil your duties and/or to attend learning and development events.

Salary

£36,615 - £39,269, starting salary is £36,615

Contract

Permanent

Full Time 37 hours per week

Location

The base of this post is dependent on the location of the successful applicant as it could be based in any of our Careers Centres (see careerswales.gov.wales/contact-us/find-us for more details)

Closing Date

Applications to hr@careerswales.gov.wales by 09:00 on 20/07/2020

Requirements / Qualifications

To be suitable for this position you will be a Graduate or equivalent in programming/computer science field.

Other information

We as a nation thrive when we champion diversity and inclusion. Organisations with a diverse workforce make better decisions, are more creative, are stronger, overall happier, and of course - it’s the right thing to do.

Diversity and inclusion can be transformative, contributing to the delivery of excellent public services, enabling continued improvements in what we do for the people of Wales.  We are committed to having a workforce that at all job grades, is representative of the citizens we serve.

Whilst Welsh language skills are not essential for this role, we acknowledge the importance of developing our bilingual workforce, and welcome applications from candidates who can work in both English and Welsh. 

No job applicant will receive a less favourable treatment on the grounds of age, disability, gender and transgender status, race and ethnicity, religion and belief (including no belief), marriage or civil partnership status, economic status or sexual orientation. 

We aim to promote an environment that is free from all forms of discrimination, and that treats people fairly with dignity and respect.  This commitment starts at recruitment and is carried through all or employment practices, and ultimately to our work – supporting and improving the lives of the people of Wales.


How to apply

Please email the completed application form, Welsh assessment form and equal opportunities monitoring form to: hr@careerswales.gov.wales.

Please note: Careers Wales does not accept CVs.

Applications in Welsh or English are welcomed. An application made in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application made in English.

Documents

If you are experiencing any problems in downloading any of the documents, or have any queries about the vacancy, please email hr@careerswales.gov.wales.