Ref No: GRAD/23
Want to work for a software manufacturer and Microsoft Gold Partner, using the latest tools and tech? To gain exposure to the full development lifecycle, achieve professional Microsoft accreditations and make a real difference in the world? Apply for our graduate scheme today!
Multiple graduate tech career streams, with hybrid home/office and remote working.
You’ll work within a software manufacturing team; we’re a Microsoft Gold Partner; our solutions are proven and successful; we develop mission-critical software for fire and rescue, law firms and regulators. So this is a brilliant opportunity for talented graduates interested in any of the following roles:
We develop our own-brand business applications – including the UK’s leading fire and rescue management system – so you’ll get to know these products in detail. You’ll also gain knowledge across key technical areas of the IG business, including support, testing, quality assurance and development, helping you build a complete understanding of the software development lifecycle.
Plus, you’ll work towards Microsoft professional qualifications, study e-learning programmes, participate in presentations, and be mentored by some of the best tech brains in the business.
When your training is complete, you’ll join one of our tech teams as a permanent team member, based on your goals and aptitudes.
All our teams work within Agile/Scrum and collaborate closely across departments.
We utilise our own workflow and HelpDesk software, Microsoft DevOps, Microsoft 365 and Teams to deliver projects collaboratively with customers.
Tech snapshot: Azure IaaS/PaaS, Windows Server/Desktop, Active Directory, Microsoft 365, Visual Studio, Azure DevOps, Hyper-V, SQL Server, and Load Balancing/Clustering.
Here’s a brief insight into what our teams focus on and what may best fit your talents:
Work with some of the best tech brains in the business, using the latest Microsoft tools and tech, to develop and enhance our FireWatch, Prevent + Protect and FloSuite software solutions, used by leading emergency and professional services clients.
Combine your development and IT infrastructure management skills, unite team members across dev and IT ops, and help IG build better products much faster – ensuring our emergency and professional service clients can work safely and efficiently.
Hone your technical skills and talent to ensure our mission-critical software never falls below the stringent standards of our emergency and professional services clients, using the latest Microsoft tools and tech for manual and automated test management.
Play a crucial, customer-facing part in our tech team, supporting our sophisticated internal and client systems, and helping to implement our industry-leading business software applications.
You should already have achieved – or be on course to achieve in 2023 – an honours degree in computing science, software development or systems & networking (or similar/another computing-related discipline) from a leading university to a minimum of 2:1.
(If you are applying as a Masters student, you should meet the same undergraduate entry requirements).
You should have 5 strong ‘Highers’ or 3 strong ‘A Levels’ (or equivalent) at A/B grades, including Maths.
Excellent written and spoken English is essential.
Relevant industry internship/placement experience, other commercial experience or volunteering roles. ‘Higher’/’A-level’/’Advanced Higher’ Computing Science is desirable.
We are a leading software manufacturing company creating specialist business solutions built on the Microsoft technology stack. We work with emergency services and some of the largest law firms in the world. As a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, we are at the top of our game, giving you access to the latest technologies.
Please take a look at our IG careers section: www.infographics.co.uk/careers
Technical Hub, 3 Hill Street South Lane, Edinburgh EH2 3AE, with hybrid home/office working. We also have a meeting suite and further hotdesking at Castle Street, just round the corner! See our locations here
Apply ASAP. We will shortlist and schedule interviews on a first-come-first-served basis for our January/Spring and Summer 2024 intakes (flexible start dates), so don’t delay! Apply directly via this page, attaching a copy of your CV.