An exciting opportunity has become available for an enthusiastic and self motivated computer science graduate to develop a rules based decision support system to underpin a novel model of family law provision. This position is a 24 month fixed term contract, with a £2,000 per annum dedicated training budget tailored towards your personal development.
This position forms part of the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) programme funded by Innovate UK. It’s essential you understand how KTP works with business and the University, and the vital role you will play if you successfully secure a KTP Associate position.
Starting: early 2017.
About Family Law Partners
Family Law Partners are a specialist firm dealing exclusively with Family Law. The firm see technology as having a pivotal role in the future delivery of family law services and have been shortlisted for Jordans’ national awards in the ‘Innovation in IT’ category for development of its first commercial software offer.
The successful candidate must possess:
- Knowledge of business rules or rule-based decision support systems, ideally with practical application through project work, placement and/or work experience
- Knowledge and experience of Microsoft cloud environment, Visual Studio (or similar) and C# (or similar)
Knowledge and experience of the following is desirable:
- Data analysis
- Software and data security/privacy
- Software development methodologies
Essential skills we require as a minimum:
- Have the aptitude to apply technologies developed through research to a commercial scenario
- An ambition and ability to take ownership of a significant and challenging technical project
- Ability to understand the needs of internal and external customers and communicate effectively with a range of stakeholders
Qualifications and experience requirements
As a minimum, you will have a BSc (minimum 2:1) and ideally an MSc in computer science, computer science with business or equivalent. This will have included undertaking modules and/or a dissertation in theoretical and practical software engineering and rule-based decision support systems.
Accepted degree subjects
computer sciences and IT
£32,000 - £35,000
Salary depending on qualifications and experience
Brighton and Hove
Central Brighton, with regular travel to the University of Brighton
Contract and working hours
Fixed term · Full-time
How to apply
Number of vacancies: One
Closing date: 11/12/2016
This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 11/12/2016