Potential positions at epiGenesys are advertised on this webpage; actual availability will vary according to current business needs and specific vacancies will be identified here when required.

Applications

Please note that we do not accept applications from recruitment agencies.

To apply for any available position please send your covering letter and your curriculum vitae, as two documents in PDF format, to [email protected].

Please ensure that your covering letter states the potential position for which you wish to apply, indicates your salary requirements, and confirms the nature of your eligibility to work for us in the United Kingdom.

Please ensure that your curriculum vitae includes your full contact details, summarises your education, lists grades for all academic/professional qualifications at GCSE level (or equivalent) and above, outlines your relevant skills, describes any relevant work experience, and includes contact details for a minimum of two references. Personal details such as your date of birth, gender and nationality must not be included. Applicants with a first language other than English should include grades for any English language qualifications.

Applications will be reviewed at the earliest opportunity, and if we have any queries you may receive a request to forward additional information or participate in a telephone interview. If you do not receive a response then unfortunately we are not able to offer you a position at this time.

Applicants who pass the initial review stage will be invited to visit our Sheffield offices. You may be asked to participate in a practical exercise and/or a panel interview, and you will have an opportunity to ask any questions. Following this you will be notified as soon as possible of our decision.

Eligibility to Work

All applicants must be eligible to work for us in the United Kingdom, and you must confirm the nature of your eligibility in your covering letter. If you are invited to attend our offices you will be asked to provide acceptable evidence of your eligibility to work. Please refer to UK Visas and Immigration for full details: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/uk-visas-and-immigration

Positions

Software Developer

This position is suitable for an individual who has gained some experience in the software development industry, and is now seeking to further develop their skills in a role that encourages their professional development.

The role will involve all aspects of software development including customer liaison, analysis and specification, design, implementation, testing, deployment, documentation, maintenance and support, and process improvement.

Requirements:

Desirable:

Duration: Permanent, subject to six months probationary period.
Location: Sheffield, United Kingdom.
Working Pattern: Full time, Monday to Friday, 35 hours per week (excluding lunch breaks).
Notice Period: Two months (one month during probationary period).
Typical Salary: £24,000-£28,000 per annum, according to experience.
Annual Leave: Minimum of 40 days (28 days, plus all UK public holidays, plus 4 closure days).
Pension Contribution: Matched up to 5% of salary.
Hardware Provided: Apple laptop and display.
Training Provided: Personal training budget (£1,000 per year).
Other Benefits: Flexible working, access to IT/library/study facilities at the University of Sheffield (including The Diamond, the Information Commons, and Western Bank Library).

Project Manager

This position is suitable for an individual who has gained some experience in the software development industry, and is now seeking to further develop their skills in a role that encourages their professional development.

The role will involve all aspects of project management including customer liaison, analysis and specification, quality assurance, finance, documentation, training and support, and process improvement.

Requirements:

Desirable:

Duration: Permanent, subject to six months probationary period.
Location: Sheffield, United Kingdom.
Working Pattern: Full time, Monday to Friday, 35 hours per week (excluding lunch breaks).
Notice Period: Two months (one month during probationary period).
Typical Salary: £24,000-£28,000 per annum, according to experience.
Annual Leave: Minimum of 40 days (28 days, plus all UK public holidays, plus 4 closure days).
Pension Contribution: Matched up to 5% of salary.
Hardware Provided: Apple laptop and display.
Training Provided: Personal training budget (£1,000 per year).
Other Benefits: Flexible working, access to IT/library/study facilities at the University of Sheffield (including The Diamond, the Information Commons, and Western Bank Library).

Senior Software Developer

This position is suitable for an individual who has experience in the software development industry where they have developed a broad set of skills, and is now seeking to use their experience in a role that involves working with or leading a team to deliver substantial projects.

The role will involve all aspects of software development including customer liaison, analysis and specification, design, implementation, testing, deployment, documentation, maintenance and support, and process improvement.

Requirements:

Desirable:

Duration: Permanent, subject to six months probationary period.
Location: Sheffield, United Kingdom.
Working Pattern: Full time, Monday to Friday, 35 hours per week (excluding lunch breaks).
Notice Period: Two months (one month during probationary period).
Typical Salary: £28,000-£34,000 per annum, according to experience.
Annual Leave: Minimum of 44 days (32 days, plus all UK public holidays, plus 4 closure days).
Pension Contribution: Matched up to 5% of salary.
Hardware Provided: Apple laptop and display.
Training Provided: Personal training budget (£1,000 per year).
Other Benefits: Flexible working, access to IT/library/study facilities at the University of Sheffield (including The Diamond, the Information Commons, and Western Bank Library).

Senior Project Manager

This position is suitable for an individual who has experience in the software development industry where they have developed a broad set of skills, and is now seeking to use their experience in a role that involves working with or leading a team to deliver substantial projects.

The role will involve all aspects of project management including customer liaison, analysis and specification, quality assurance, finance, documentation, training and support, and process improvement.

Requirements:

Desirable:

Duration: Permanent, subject to six months probationary period.
Location: Sheffield, United Kingdom.
Working Pattern: Full time, Monday to Friday, 35 hours per week (excluding lunch breaks).
Notice Period: Two months (one month during probationary period).
Typical Salary: £28,000-£34,000 per annum, according to experience.
Annual Leave: Minimum of 44 days (32 days, plus all UK public holidays, plus 4 closure days).
Pension Contribution: Matched up to 5% of salary.
Hardware Provided: Apple laptop and display.
Training Provided: Personal training budget (£1,000 per year).
Other Benefits: Flexible working, access to IT/library/study facilities at the University of Sheffield (including The Diamond, the Information Commons, and Western Bank Library).