Landmark Information Group is a portfolio of leading property-related data and technology businesses at the forefront of innovation and thought leadership. It delivers award-winning solutions to estate agency, conveyancing, surveying, lender valuations, environmental consultancy, and Governments. Capabilities range from property search provision, expert opinion and interpretation to conveyancing case-management, floor-planning software, valuation modelling and a property listings portal. Clients are served through market leading applications and services that connect businesses, government departments and consumers together - reducing risk, creating transparency and saving both time and money for all parties.
As the UK’s largest custodian of land, property and environmental data in the UK, using a combination of AI, machine learning and domain experts to provide marketing leading and trusted interpretation. Our data, backed by technology innovation and entrepreneurialism, make Landmark uniquely placed to lead the next wave of digital transformation in the markets we are passionate about.
What it's like to work at Landmark?
We're a friendly, dynamic and supportive team. We encourage passion, ambition and collaboration, both in our performance as a team and individually. New ideas are encouraged. We actively promote involvement in the development and direction of our products and services, as well as finding more efficient ways to work. We also love a good work social and team building events. As well as this we offer:
- 25 days’ holiday, with optional 5 days unpaid leave per year
- Flexible working
- Free fruit, biscuits, tea and coffee.
- Annual lifestyle allowance of £300 to put towards an activity of your choice
- Cycle to Work scheme and Gym Flex scheme
- Internal coaching/mentoring system throughout your time here
- Focus on training and career progression
- Competitive salary
Want to work in a fast-paced environment where technology is being utilised to transform the current landscape? Eat, sleep and dream development? Do you get an itch you want to scratch when learning about a new tech? If so, you could be exactly who we are looking for. We will embed you into one of our highly capable development teams. As a junior developer, you will get exposure to a vast array of technology to turn business challenges in to business opportunities. Be prepared for a roller-coaster ride, but we will be there to support you every step of the way, to help develop you into the best developer you can be.
Our Developers have an important voice in how our products are constructed, so our teams consists of talented, collaborative, driven individuals. We work in an open environment that treats people in a first-class manner and provides them with ownership, responsibility, and autonomy. Our teams have great opportunities for personal development and therefore the role would benefit a self-motivated learner.
We are seeking the best and brightest junior developers to join our software engineering teams in Exeter.
Desired skills, experience and personal qualities:
2:1 or higher in a Computing related degree.
Good knowledge of web technologies, including:
- Cloud Computing (AWS/Azure)
- Mobile Development
Someone who gets excited by tough technical challenges.
Someone who loves to learn and is passionate about helping others.
Someone who can collaborate and work well with others.
Someone who has a genuine interest in the future of software development.
The key is that you are a capable developer, the specific languages and technologies can then be learned. Your adaptability, aptitude and chiefly attitude are the most important.
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This job role is being advertised under the GradTalent Development Agency - a new project which offers a personalised employment service designed to assist local* graduates secure local graduate opportunities.
You do not have to be a local* graduate to apply for this role and all applications will be considered on their merit.
However, if you are an eligible local* graduate we can help you:
- navigate through the job application, shortlisting and interview process
- by providing post-placement support designed to optimise on-boarding and ongoing development
- give advice and guidance to assist graduates with a disability secure a graduate opportunity
To take advantage of this support, please email email@example.com.
*Local graduates are defined as; graduates originally from the South West, who went to University in the South West and are looking for jobs in the South West.