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We are recruiting for graduate software engineers to join our team now, or after they graduate in Summer 2020.
You'll join the development team for Haplo Research Manager, PhD Manager, Ethics Monitor, and Haplo Repository - our suite of products for managing research at universities built on our open source platform.
This is a great opportunity to refine your development skills in a supportive team focused on excellent software engineering. You’ll be actively involved in every aspect of the software development process, and write software used by people who really love the work you do.
You'll join our development team for PhD Manager, Ethics Monitor, Haplo Research Manager or Haplo Repository. You'll work alongside supportive and experienced developers extending our products, and working closely with our university clients to understand their requirements and support their implementation.
You'll work on top of our open source in-house application framework, designed for building applications which manage large amounts of semi-structured data. So you can get started quickly, and get code into production within weeks of starting, we carefully select real projects to introduce you to our products and codebase.
As our new team member, you will:
Our lightweight processes, including design and code review, help you write quality code and learn with your colleagues. Weekly developer meetings help us share knowledge and experiences to improve our craft.
After a few months we'll review your current interests and aspirations. If you're keen to try something new we'll move you to a new team or project. As all of our products are built on top of our platform, and use a common core of building blocks of functionality you can move between teams to broaden your experience whilst still using everything you've learnt at Haplo so far.
Read more about our technology stack.
You're keen to learn, and excited about how you can use technology to make a positive different to people's working lives.
You don’t need any experience of the technologies we use. We’re really good at helping early career developers learn everything they need to know.
You’ll just need:
You’ll be working in a spacious, light-filled office in a new business development in Brockley. We believe in good coffee, sensible working hours, and valuing the contribution of every member of the team. We offer a training and development budget, and actively support your professional development.
Read more about our working environment and how we work together.
Read more about our technology stack, and of course, the Haplo code is on GitHub.
Haplo is an equal opportunities employer, and welcomes applications from developers from all backgrounds.
You must have a right to work in the UK.
To apply, or if you have any questions, email email@example.com.
“ Haplo offers a very secure and rock solid foundation upon which to build your career. It’s a very rare offering: you get the excitement of the startup, new company experience without being burnt by the lack of stability.
Stevie Buckley, Talent Consultant