Graduate Software Developer

About Micado

As a Graduate Software Developer at Micado, you will be generally responsible for the development, design, and implementation of new or modified software products or ongoing business projects. You will be sitting within the IT team of Micado and will be involved in liaising with the other team members to ensure software projects meet requirements.  

In addition, you will get exposure to AI and Machine Learning and Salesforce.  

Job Description

  • Support the team in gathering requirements with clients 

  • Discussing and collaborating with the senior developers in developing the solutions 

  • Get involved to develop, test and deploy code 

  • Learn to code in ReactJS, NodeJS and Python, and SQL and R 

  • Learn about AWS infrastructure 

  • Developing quality assurance procedures 

  • Deploying software tools, processes and metrics 

  • Collaborating with other developers 

  • Agile working environment using Agile technologies 

Qualifications

  • Masters or PhD in Computer Science or 

  • Masters or PhD in Computer Software Engineering or 

  • Masters or PhD in Software Programming and Development

Additional Requirements

  • Knowledge and interest in computer systems and the latest technologies 
  • The ability to learn new technologies quickly 

  • An analytical mind 

  • Problem solving skills 

  • The ability to communicate complex procedures to other colleagues 

  • Commercial and business awareness 

  • Good communication skills – both written and verbal 

  • Attention to detail and desire to probe further into data 

  • A passion for anything technical and a drive to grow and develop your career  

  • An understanding of the latest trends and their role in a commercial environment 

  • Teamwork skills 

  • Self-development skills to keep up to date with fast-changing trends 

What's in it for you

  • Industry recognised training and qualifications 

  • Key skills development e.g. stakeholder management, communication, fundamental programming in JavaScript (NodeJS, ReactJS), Python, R. 

  • A foot in the door to some of New Zealand's most reputable organisations 

  • Mentoring and on-going support throughout your entire Micado journey 

  • A modern and central office with great coffee and snacks  

  • Social events and networking 

Visa / Work permit

You must be legally entitled to work in New Zealand from the time of application to be considered. 

Employment Equity

Micado is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender perception or identity, national origin, age, marital status, protected veteran status, or disability status. Micado does not accept unsolicited headhunter and agency resumes. Micado will not pay any third-party agency or company that does not have a signed agreement with Micado.

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Feel free to send us an email at careers@micado.co.nz