Graduate Software Engineer


Employment Type: Full TimeSalary: £20,000 - £30,000 p.a.
Location: HerefordWorking Hours: 37.5

Job description

allpay Limited are one of the fastest growing Fintech companies in the UK and are experts in the payment and financial services arena. We have also successfully diversified into a number of other sectors. We have a new and exciting vacancy for a Graduate Software Engineer to join our Research and Development team.The successful candidate from day one will design and develop software solutions that work in harmony with the business specifications. 

Key skills required:

To be successful in these roles you will need:

  • A degree in Computer Science or related discipline
  • Experience of working in a commercial environment
  • Development knowledge/experience of using C# .net and MSSQL
  • experience with Azure would be beneficial but not essential, along with an appreciation of working in an agile development team.
  • self-motivated, confident and have the ability to perform well in a demanding environment
  • Excellent communication skills are required at all levels and able to explain technical issues to non-technical colleagues both verbally and in writing.

We are a company committed to Equal Opportunities.

All roles at allpay Limited are subject to successful background checks including a DBS and Credit Check.

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Specialist in financial collection solutions

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