Avaliable on request
Our client provides innovative, reliable, quality market research IT services. They can be trusted to make sure projects run smoothly from beginning to end. Their ideas and experience bring create better ways to run market research IT from setting up web surveys, sourcing sample, tables and charts to advanced analytics and hosting results.
Our client enjoys working with a wide range of market research companies from small independent consultants to some of the UK’s largest agencies. The passion is to provide expert, dedicated Market Research IT support that leaves clients free to concentrate on the bigger picture.
They are looking for a Software Development Apprentice to join a successful market research IT Company.
The role gives the opportunity to become part of an innovative team who are all passionate about the service, quality and technology we deliver to our clients. You will be learning from experienced members of the team. As part of the team, once trained, you will be given responsibility for the delivery of live client projects as part of your role.
We are a practical, hands-on company, if you are looking to gain the skills and experience required for a career in the world of software development in the Market Research industry then this is an opportunity not to be missed.
The role includes a number of duties and responsibilities, these include:
- Database maintenance
- Portal development and design
- Understanding user requirements and turning these into reality
- Learning and applying technical skills
- Learning to handle data processing & set up of surveys using existing applications
- Development and updating of charting systems
How to Apply
To apply for this role you need to click the apply link below, you will need to create a username and enter your email address. After we have verified your account you can make your application and upload your CV.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0115 822 6577 for more information.
Required degree level: GCSE
admin February 15, 2017