We run regular careers events for students and graduates studying STEM subjects who identify as women in STEM.
Our women in STEM network with top graduate employers, hear inspirational talks from female role models, participate in skills and panel sessions and more!
We ran 8 events in autumn 2019 and have begun announcing our 2020 events. You can find out more here: Women in STEM Events.
Science & Engineering Innovation Graduate Programme 2020
Burgess Hill £30,000 + excellent benefits
Science & Engineering Innovation Graduate Programme 2020 Give wings to your dreams at Edwards! The world of vacuum and abatement is full of opportunities and we can’t wait for you to explore it with us! We create some of the purest vacuum environments on earth for widescale use in industry and research. Our caring culture and cutting-edge technology enable us to innovate for a sustainable future, and we believe that passionate people make it happen. About our Graduate programme Vacuum is one of the hidden secrets behind many of the products you rely on every day. Edwards’ products enable scientific research, food preservation and the manufacture of smart devices, as well as preventing the release of hazardous gases into the environment. It’s a fast-moving market with new applications emerging all the time, so we’re looking for bright, innovative and passionate people to join our 2020 Science & Engineering Innovation Graduate Programme. At Edwards you’re empowered to explore opportunities and drive your professional development. As a graduate on our prestigious 2-year program, you’ll have access to all the training, learning and assistance you need to become a specialist in your area of expertise. You’ll work alongside some of the world’s top experts in vacuum and abatement technology on a broad range of exciting, real-world projects that will transform the way we live, work and communicate. We are actively developing sustainable solutions that enable a significant reduction in our customers' environmental footprint, while also driving down our carbon footprint within the business through waste reduction and renewable energy projects. Big thinkers. Inspiring designs. With the Edwards Graduate Development Programme, you can become a member of the trusted world-class team that our customers turn to. Where could I work? You will be based at our Global Headquarters in Burgess Hill, which is a 15 minute drive from the Sussex coast. You could also undertake a placement of up to 8 months at either our Eastbourne (East Sussex) or Clevedon sites (Somerset). Day-to-day, as part of our team, you'll be: Growing your skills and experience in a technical environment enabling you to gain valuable business knowledge and influence and deliver important innovation projects to time and budget. Experiencing working within a truly global multidisciplinary organisation. Learning about vacuum and abatement science and understanding our customers applications. Supporting the development of new innovative technologies and solutions for deployment in our future products. Using advanced simulation tools to optimise product design and application solutions. Designing, testing and evaluating solutions and making suggestions for improvements. Writing technical reports and presenting results to team members and project sponsors. Gaining exposure to Intellectual Property, Engineering Processes and Finance disciplines. About you Recently achieved or predicted 2.1 degree, or 2.2. Masters degree, in either Mechanical Engineering, Software Engineering, Electrical/Electronics Engineering or Data Science. Passion for working in a Scientific/Technical environment, with the ability to work with clients and internal stakeholders. Curiosity, creativity and commitment to push the forefront of technology. Drive and desire to achieve professional accreditation. Good communication skills, with the ability to work together as part of a specialist team. Ability to apply technical knowledge to solve problems and develop innovative solutions. A keen interest in researching and developing solutions across a wide technology arena, utilising advances in engineering, science, software and digital technology. Benefits & Rewards Some of our benefits, to name a few, include: A competitive salary, annual bonus, health cash plan, pension, ride-to-work scheme, Employee Assistance Programme, 25 days holiday plus bank holidays. A robust career development rotational plan, e-learning modules, on the job technical training and skills workshops. Health and Wellbeing programme. Early Careers Community Forum and global network. Continuous support and mentoring. Start date 7th September 2020 How to apply To apply, please send your CV and a cover letter/email to email@example.com The closing date is 31st May, however, if we receive a high number of applications we will close for applications, we therefore recommend you apply early. Please note we can only accept applications from individuals with the unrestricted right to work in the UK.
Graduate Software Developer
The Role No coding experience required. We’re looking for bright and geeky graduates to join our Software Developer team. No experience is required, and many of our successful applicants have never programmed before. If you think logically and enjoy problem solving, then you have the potential to become a great developer. A career at TPP will challenge you every day. In your first few weeks you will be solving real-world problems as you help to develop software used by healthcare professionals and patients across the world. You’ll be part of an agile development team, working on one of the largest real-time databases in the world. You’ll work on a wide variety of projects, ranging from AI assisting clinicians with early diagnosis of cancer to an iOS app helping patients manage their diabetes. Developers at TPP are involved in the full software cycle, and work closely with all teams across the company to scope out new projects and design, develop and deploy our products. About TPP TPP is a software house that cares about healthcare. From apps enabling patients to manage their own care to comprehensive hospital solutions, TPP delivers technology that connects everyone involved in healthcare delivery. For over twenty years, we have been applying the most advanced technology to provide a safe and secure environment to deliver care. Our aim is to improve access to healthcare data, making sure it is available whenever and wherever it is needed. We want to help people make the best use of that data, to empower clinicians and citizens, and to create the healthcare systems of the future. TPP has been consistently recognised as an outstanding graduate employer. In both 2017 and 2018 we were awarded the “Top Company for Graduates to Work For” by the JobCrowd. For the last two years, we have also been named in the Times Top 100 Graduate Employers list. Salary and Benefits We will give you an excellent starting salary of £45,000 with outstanding annual pay reviews. Your salary will increase rapidly during your time at the company. You will also receive a range of benefits, including: Pub Fridays £200 birthday meal allowance Fantastic holiday entitlement Regular social events Opportunities to travel internationally Life insurance BUPA Health, Dental and Travel cover To read what it’s like to work at TPP and to see our full list of benefits, visit www.tpp-careers.com Requirements Predicted 2:1 or above at degree level See below for equivalent grades. To apply, please visit https://tpp-careers.com/roles/software-developer/ and book on to a Logic and Reasoning test nearest to your location. Successful candidates will usually be contacted within two weeks. Please be aware that applications will be kept on file for up to 12 months. International Equivalents Degree Level • GPA of 3.5 or above Please note: The closing date for applications is 20th December 2020
Full Stack Developer
The Role We are looking for highly intelligent Software Developers with a passion for programming to help develop our global digital healthcare solution. As part of an agile development team, you will working on a system accessed by hundreds of thousands of concurrent users with one of the largest real-time databases in the world. You will solve real-world problems as you help to develop software used by doctors and patients across the world. You will work on a wide variety of projects such as: Tools to aid clinicians with the early detection of cancer using machine-learning algorithms. Developing a smartphone app for Android and iOS that helps patients manage their own care. Electronic observations system to capture vital signs and calculate risk scores for patients in hospital. Accident and Emergency system used to manage all aspects of a patient’s care in the department. Developers at TPP are involved in the full software life cycle, and work closely with all teams across the company. Responsibilities include: Functional and system design. Full stack development. Performance tuning. Requirements gathering alongside our business analysts. Skills and Qualities Natural ability, enthusiasm and desire to learn Great problem solving skills Experience in Java, C++, Swift or Python is preferable but not essential Familiarity with machine-learning algorithms to develop models is desirable. Salary and Benefits We will give you a minimum £45,000 starting salary (depending on experience). Regular pay reviews mean that you be rewarded well for you contribution and experience, with the potential for rapid salary increases You will also receive a range of benefits, including: Life insurance BUPA Health, Dental and Travel cover Holiday entitlement of up to 30 days (plus bank holidays) Regular social events Company paid bar tab on Fridays To read what it’s like to work at TPP and to see our full list of benefits, visit www.tpp-careers.com Academic Prerequisites 2:1 or above at degree level See below for equivalent grades. About TPP TPP is a software house that cares about healthcare. From apps enabling patients to manage their own care to comprehensive hospital solutions, TPP delivers technology that connects everyone involved in healthcare delivery. For over twenty years, we have been applying the most advanced technology to provide a safe and secure environment to deliver care. Our aim is to improve access to healthcare data, making sure it is available whenever and wherever it is needed. We want to help people make the best use of that data, to empower clinicians and citizens, and to create the healthcare systems of the future. TPP has been consistently recognised as an outstanding graduate employer. In both 2017 and 2018 we were awarded the “Top Company for Graduates to Work For” by the JobCrowd. For the last two years, we have also been named in the Times Top 100 Graduate Employers list. Application Process To apply, please visit https://tpp-careers.com/roles/software-developer/ If you pass the initial selection criteria then you will be required to sit a Logic & Reasoning test. Successful candidates will usually be contacted within two weeks. Please be aware that applications will be kept on file for up to 12 months. International Equivalents Degree Level • GPA of 3.5 or above Please note: Recruitment for this role is ongoing, however we are looking for candidates available to start as soon as possible. The closing date for applications is 20th December 2020.
Data Analytics Auditor, Future of Audit Lead
Newcastle range; £46,298 - £63,145, London Range; £57,222 - £69,36 | Newcastle upon Tyne
Job description Contract type: Permanent Location: London or Newcastle Salary: Newcastle range; £46,298 - £63,145, London Range; £57,222 - £69,367 Main purpose of the job: The National Audit Office (NAO) supports Parliament to hold the government to account for the way public services are delivered. Our primary role is to scrutinise public spending for Parliament. We do this by certifying over 350 government accounts and produce around 65 Value for Money (VFM) reports each year. The purpose of this role will be to design the future of the NAO’s audit methodology in the data analytics space. You will ensure that the NAO’s data analytics offering remains leading edge by exploring the application of new technologies to audit, and by working with the central practice and quality team to embed new analytics into our future audit methodology. You will be responsible for guiding the NAO’s research into the application of new technologies to audit, managing proofs-of-concept and pilots, and working closely with the Financial Audit service line, the data analytics team and the service-line apps lead to embed new technologies in production-ready analytics. For the right candidate, this role offers opportunities to develop personally and to build a bespoke role as a thought-leader and creative problem solver within the NAO and financial audit more widely Responsibilities You will be responsible for ensuring the NAO’s data analytics offering remains futureproof, by trialling new technologies and embedding analytics into the NAO’s future audit methodology. In designing the audit of the future, you will: • Identify audit problems (including emerging problems) which are susceptible to analytics solutions and work with our Standards and Technical team and the Manager, Data Analytics to design appropriate analytics solutions; • Horizon scan for new technologies, and design and lead proof-of-concept and pilot projects to assess their applicability to audit; • Work closely with Audit Methodology Review team, the Audit Software Review team and other stakeholders to identify and influence the direction of travel for the NAO’s audit methodology, ensuring potential analytics solutions are incorporated • Prioritise and plan research work to ensure that proofs-of-concept and pilots are performed in time to enable development of production-ready analytics for longer-term deadlines; • Ensure non data-science auditors and the NAO’s leadership are well-informed about existing and potential future technologies and their role in a high-quality audit methodology, through directly communicating with these auditors or briefing and supporting the team’s manager; • Engaging with the financial audit analytics team’s processes to ensure that the data analytics solutions: follow a robust development methodology, ensuring that software developed is of appropriate quality and meets the auditing standards and requirements; and is efficient and follows best practice in analytics and software design and build On technology matters we currently use the tools including: R, Python, Spark, Data Bricks, SQL, Tableau and others. Your role will involve working with the Audit Managers to commission appropriate new technologies and support from the NAO’s Digital Services team. On people matters, you will: • Lead small project teams, made up of team members cross-allocated across a number of simultaneous projects; • Support the Financial Audit Data Analytics Manager in identifying skill requirements presented by new technologies, both within the central analytics hub and across the financial audit service line. Skills required Education/work experience (required): Experience of working as a financial auditor, with an accounting qualification such as ACA, ACCA or CPFA. CIMA is also acceptable. There are a range of technical skills we will be looking for from the person appointed to this role, including: Essential: • A good understanding of auditing (including financial auditing and its associated professional standards requirements) and the methods and techniques typically applied in the audit process; • Experience in the use of data analytics and ability to design innovative data analytic solutions that address audit teams’ needs; • An understanding of financial data structures and how they relate to audit. Our data analytics work typically involves the major ERP systems (e.g. SAP and Oracle) so knowledge of these systems would be an advantage; Desirable: • An understanding of some of the key business processes operated by our clients (e.g. purchase to pay, order to cash and payroll); • A good understanding of the software development process covering system specification, coding and testing of systems to ensure the delivery of reliable and robust solutions. This role is for a project lead rather than a technical specialist, so an ability to act as an ‘interpreter’ of these issues for auditors and senior stakeholders is essential, while advanced technical analytics ability is not; You will possess good communication skills and interpersonal skills as you will be expected to work closely with audit teams and client teams in developing and delivering data analytic solutions. You will be comfortable presenting data analytics solutions to audiences, including senior level staff, and you will be able to explain technical aspects of your work and solutions to non-specialists clearly and succinctly, as you will often be required to act as the intelligent interface between specialist data scientists and non-data science audit specialists. Whilst you will not be expected to be specialists in all areas of the work (e.g. audit; programming; data format and structured) you will need to show experience of working with technical specialists in mixed teams such that you can demonstrate an ability to oversee the development of, and delivery of, high quality solutions. A high level of creativity and curiosity will be necessary for success in this role, and you will be asked to demonstrate examples of creative problem solving. An ability to critically assess systems and processes will be essential, as will the confidence to take risks and to successfully embed learning from failures when trialling new approaches. You will be responsible for leading small teams of highly skilled specialists working to often demanding timescales. You will be expected to demonstrate a track record of good people management, including experience of supporting staff to develop, grow and progress. The team has a strong collaborative culture which supports high levels of flexibility and remote working, and you will be asked to demonstrate how they apply respect, inclusivity, and curiosity in leading specialist teams. For the right candidate, this role offers opportunities to develop personally and to build a bespoke role as a thought-leader and creative problem solver within the NAO.