Graduate Software Developer
Tessella successfully delivers software engineering and consulting services to leading scientific and engineering organisations across the globe. From supporting safer drug trials to researching cleaner energy – Tessella’s staff work to provide solutions that make a real difference to real lives.
To support our continuing growth and success in the US, we are looking to recruit Software Developers from different science and engineering backgrounds who can apply their unique knowledge and expertise to solve real-world problems.
A Varied, Challenging and Rewarding Role
As a Software Developer at Tessella, you will enjoy a varied, challenging and rewarding role:
- Working closely with our clients to understand the business issues and challenges they face
- Working within small teams to help identify clients’ requirements and design and develop innovative software solutions
- Being involved in all stages of the software development lifecycle to delivery
- Using software engineering best practice to deliver software of the highest quality to our clients
We currently have vacancies at our US branches in Boston MA and Washington DC, as well as in the UK (Abingdon, Burton, Stevenage and Warrington) and the Netherlands (The Hague). Note that you must already have working rights in the country to which you are applying prior to joining Tessella.
We recruit the best graduates from the top universities. Our staff thrive on working with the latest technologies on a variety of projects, gaining experience across many different industries, including:
- Life Sciences
- Space & Defence
- The Public Sector
- The Environment
- Consumer Goods
All of our technical staff have science, mathematics or engineering degrees, over half of whom have PhDs. Their transferable skills in science and IT give them the domain knowledge and expertise to readily understand our customers and the business issues they face and equip them with the tools to transform our customers’ requirements into innovative solutions. This is what makes Tessella unique and so successful.
Training and development is at the heart of our culture. With an annual training allowance of 150 hours, our staff get to choose their own career path - technical, managerial or both.
We are looking for bright, enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join our team. From the start of your career at Tessella you will be working on and contributing to real projects for our customers, so if you are interested in joining Tessella as a Software Developer, you should have:
- Bachelors degree (min GPA 3.5) or higher in physics, mathematics, engineering, biological sciences or chemistry
- Experience in at least one of our core programming languages: Java, C#, C++, C or VB.NET
- Natural problem solving abilities
- Superior communication skills
- A desire to work across a range of industries, including pharmaceutical, oil and gas, defence, nuclear and more
- Genuine enthusiasm for scientific IT and a real interest in a career in software development
A flexible approach to your work life is also important as you will be expected to travel to and engage with our customers. There are regular opportunities for staff to work on customer sites for several weeks or months. Longer secondments to other Tessella offices or to clients overseas may also arise as Tessella continues to grow.
To find out more about a career at Tessella, visit jobs.tessella.com
Founded in 1980, Tessella is the international provider of science powered technology and consulting services. World leading organizations choose our unique blend of science, engineering and sector expertise to deliver innovative and cost-effective solutions to complex real-world commercial and technical challenges. Our people are high achievers from leading universities and are passionate about delivering value to clients. We are proud that our work makes the world a better place to live in: developing smarter drug trials; preserving the digital heritage of nations across the globe; minimizing risk in oil and gas exploration; controlling the orbit and attitude of satellites; researching fusion energy.