epiGenesys is a not-for-profit software development company wholly owned by the University of Sheffield. We believe in working in a collaborative environment, and being honest and transparent with our customers.
Software development for customers is at the heart of our daily activities. We work on projects that make a real difference, from improving the efficiency of complex operations, to assisting in the progression of innovative research. Recently we have supported urgent responses to COVID-19, for example enabling medical students to continue their education by completing exams remotely, and collecting research data to improve triage methods for ambulance services and hospital emergency departments.
We are also passionate about practical education. Many of us contribute to the operation of Genesys, our student-led software development organisation.
We manage our own time around the needs of our roles and our colleagues. We recognise the importance of fitting work around family commitments.
We have four hours of dedicated time each month to undertake wellness-related training and engage in activities that support our overall wellbeing.
We have 28-32 days annual leave each year, plus all UK public holidays and an additional four closure days.
Our company pension scheme is operated by Aegon and provides a fully matched contribution of 5% of your salary.
Our Health, Safety and Wellbeing Committee designs initiatives to support our team. Everyone can volunteer to join or submit suggestions to explore.
We use our individual training budgets of at least £1,500 each year to take courses, or to attend conferences such as Agile Manchester and UX Scotland.
We like to be open about the company's performance. Our financial health is shared in a dashboard, and we publish our gender pay gap information.
We have access to IT and library facilities at the University of Sheffield, as well as health and wellbeing support such as the staff helpline and counselling service.