People and processesDigital SkillsCompanies House invites applications on digital open days

Companies House invites applications on digital open days

Companies House to organise digital open days inviting applications for job vacancies in their digital teams on two days next month

Over the next few months Companies House will be posting a number of job vacancies on digital open days at their head office in Cardiff. Digital open days is a welcoming announcement for aspirants of a career in digital technologies.

Vacancies will include roles like:

  • Product management
  • User research
  • Interaction design
  • Software development
  • Testing
  • Architecture
  • DevOps
  • Infrastructure

Digital open days

Companies House will organise two separate drop-in sessions for digital open days. Session 1 will be on Monday, 8 April. Whereas Session 2 is scheduled for Friday, 12 April. The timings for the sessions are 5 pm to 7 pm and 10 am to 12 pm respectively.

Experts will be waiting to talk to aspirants about their exciting digital strategy and the new roles available. The candidates will also learn more about the culture and why Companies House is a brilliant place to work.

Interested candidates will get a chance to lead the government’s digital transformation. They will be at the forefront by developing services to meet the ever-changing demands of the UK’s business landscape.

Ross Maude, Director of digital said: “We’re starting on a really exciting transformation journey at Companies House, and we have a brilliant culture and way of working here.

“We’ve fully adopted working with Scrum, we’re working with agile and we’re at the forefront of using things like DevOps to make sure that we’re using the best practices to deliver our services in the most efficient way we can.

“We’d really like people to come and see the work that we’re doing, and be part of a team that’s doing really quite amazing things here in the middle of Cardiff.”

Companies House, not long ago, launched a transformation programme to change the way they offer services to their customers. Digital services form a vital cog of this transformation.

Organisations across Scotland have the opportunity to access emerging data talent from leading universities through a summer placement programme.

DataFest19, a two-week event showcasing Scotland’s leading role in data science and AI, is in progress.

 

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