Careers in technology and engineering

Careers blog written by Irena Zientek, Information Development Manager, Careers Two areas with high demand for graduates are technology and engineering. Skills shortages in these areas mean there are lots of opportunities for graduates with the necessary qualifications and experience. Developers and cyber security specialists are particularly in demand – just think of the recent … Continue reading Careers in technology and engineering

GUEST BLOG: Software lifecycle career options

 Guest blog written by: Jeff Cunliffe, Director, Automation Consultants Career opportunities in computer science are good. The economic recovery is boosting job prospects, and coupled with the nationwide skills shortage in STEM subjects, there’s now plenty of demand for high-quality graduates. It’s wise to get an idea of the roles available and what each one … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Software lifecycle career options

GUEST BLOG: Myth-busting the IT profession

  Guest blog written by: Michael Hennessy, Marketing & Editorial Assistant (Inside Careers). There are several myths that pervade the IT profession, discolouring what is a vibrant, inclusive and attractive career option for graduates of almost any discipline. While entry-level salaries in IT are comparable to the average graduate job, there is a relatively steep … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Myth-busting the IT profession

Bioinformatics genomics

Bioinformatics genomics Ever thought about a career that links computing, biology and medicine? The NHS Healthcare Scientist Training Programme (STP) has announced a new recruitment opportunity for 2013 in Bioinformatics Genomics. This area of work is at the interface between computing, biology and medicine and is one of the most fertile and fastest growing areas … Continue reading Bioinformatics genomics