Junior Software Developer - Leeds
£30,000 - £35,000
Job title: Junior Software Developer
Salary: £30000 - £35000 per annum
We need someone to come in and deal with a variety of projects. From luxury and media, to pharmaceutical and FMCG companies, Our company is entrusted to protect over $3.2trillion of market capitalization. By monitoring both social media channels and the wider web 24/7, we ensure that a brand is immediately alerted to an emerging issue and can therefore take control of every situation. This can not only protect brands from damage to reputation and value, but protect the lives of millions of people. We need our tech team dealing with real time issues and designs in ways to project different size organisations.
Our mission is to protect Global Brands, children and social platforms from Social Media risk. Here we believe that everyone should be safe from unwanted User Generated Content online. We are a high growth company that already works with and protects the worlds biggest brands and social platforms.
Our company comprises hundreds of expert consultants in linguistics, moderation, psychology, data protection, law and regulation supported by world leading proprietary software and empowered by knowledge and expertise to intervene decisively to protect brands from social media risks in minutes, 24/7 across the globe.
.NET Framework .
Our rewards are as unique as our culture, and we want to attract the best people and keep hold of them.
Not only will we ensure that your development is key, but you will be joining a fantastic team of like minded people who work together as one team to achieve a shared vision.
o 25 days holiday + bank holidays
o Critical Illness
o Life Insurance Cover
o Healthcare Cash Plan.
If this isnt enough, we are set in some of the best offices in Leeds and have free fruit delivered every Monday, we have a breakfast order each Friday, including beer afternoon on Fridays...
To be considered please apply online with your recent CV. For further details please call [Telephone number removed]