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Graduate Job Civil Engineering Software Developer

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Discovery Graduates
Reference: J284
Salary: £25,000 - £30,000  

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EXPIRY NOTICE: This job has now expired and will not be accepting any more applications.

What do we do?

We are an international consultancy specialising in engineering, project management, and technology. We work on varied projects which can range from bespoke technology development to the construction of some of the worlds architectural landmarks.

Where do you come in?

Working in our Software Development team you will work with the team leader to further innovate and develop our engineering software applications. You will be involved in the development of new module and new features to our existing software, plus, the development of bespoke applications. You will be developing programs for geotechnical analysis in Microsoft Visual C++.

What do you need to demonstrate?

Degree in Civil Engineering. MSVC++ programming language. Good communication skills. Project orientated. Team Player.

How do you apply?

Send you CV as soon as possible. If successful, you will be contact to conduct a telephone interview. Final interviews are being conducted the end of September / start of October.

If you are successful we will be legally required to ensure you are eligible to work in the UK. Before you apply please check your eligibility.  

All applications will be assessed by Discovery Graduates. We believe that every graduate is capable of getting a good graduate job given the right support, advice and training and we only work with companies who recognise the value that the right graduate can bring to their business.  

Location: North East England

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