Equate Scotland are delighted to promote a returnship opportunity with CAS Ltd.

CAS have worked with us for the past three years participating in the CareerWise women only undergraduate programme and are committed to gender equality and inclusive workplaces.

This role is a six month placement and includes training/development opportunities and flexible working.

The role is open to any woman who has previously worked in STEM, is looking to return to the STEM sector and has been out of STEM employment for more than two years.

You’ll be working in the product development team of experienced software engineers, using the Microsoft .Net tech stack, to develop the current and next generations of Workpro case management and workflow product. You’ll also support and extend CAS’s automated build platform.

Day-to-day, you’ll be working with other software engineers, business analysts and testers to fix bugs and add new features to upcoming new versions of Workpro.
The software engineer will be involved in:
• Implementing new features
• Fixing bugs
• Writing automated tests
• Developing and supporting an automated build system
• Working with business analysts to define new software features
• Deploying releases to customer and cloud systems
• Pair-programming and coaching other team members in adopting agile engineering techniques

Read the full job description: SoftwareEngineer_Returner

This is an excellent opportunity to take a first step back into a technology/engineering environment.

Applications are by covering letter and CV (make sure to include your skills, your passion for the job and relevant work experience from all walks of life). As this is a returnship, there is not an expectation for you to have the latest know how or 100% of the requirements. It is about having a good foundation and technical understanding and an ability to learn quickly. Send your letter and CV to: Chris Ellis <>

Deadline for applications is June 19th 2018

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