Rss en-us Tue, 21 May 2019 04:40:45 GMT Tue, 21 May 2019 04:40:45 GMT <![CDATA[Physical Therapist]]>

Functional Pathways is currently hiring at Bethea Baptist Retirement Center in Darlington, SC for a Full-time Physical Therapist

$5000 Sign-On Bonus *Only Direct applicants qualify for Sign-On Bonus


  • Must have a Bachelor Degree in Physical Therapy from an accredited program.
  • Active state license required.
  • Must have great clinical skills in identifying and building Part B caseloads and programs in Assisted Living/Independent Living and Outpatient environments.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Possess current working knowledge of Functional Pathways policies and procedures, clinical programs with application skills to therapy disciplines.
  • Active CPR certification.

    *Please be aware this is a job summary, not an all-inclusive listing of the tasks and duties for this position. Employment decisions and actions will be administered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, gender, disability or any other classification protected by federal, state or local law or regulation, except where any one of these is a bona fide occupational qualification. We will give full consideration to the employment of any person who is qualified to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, the work for which application is made.

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Mon, 20 May 2019 16:46:13 GMT
<![CDATA[Occupational Therapist Assistant]]>

Functional Pathways is currently hiring at Bethea Baptist in Darlington, SC for a Full-time Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant

$2500 Sign-On Bonus *Only Direct applicants qualify for Sign-On Bonus


  • Must have a Degree in Occupational Therapy Assistant program. Must meet all certification and licensure requirements as established by the state and national board associations. .
  • Active state license required.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Possess current working knowledge of Functional Pathways policies and procedures, clinical programs with application skills to therapy disciplines.
  • Knowledge of AOTA code of ethics and role delineation, including guidelines for supervision.
  • Active CPR certification.
  • Annual physical and TB skin test required.

*Please be aware this is a job summary, not an all-inclusive listing of the tasks and duties for this position. Employment decisions and actions will be administered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, gender, disability or any other classification protected by federal, state or local law or regulation, except where any one of these is a bona fide occupational qualification. We will give full consideration to the employment of any person who is qualified to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, the work for which application is made.

This employer participates in E-Verify Este empleador participa en E-Verify.

Mon, 20 May 2019 16:46:13 GMT

We seek a Maintenance Supervisor for our client, a non-profit, community housing organization.

The Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for managing the daily activities of the Maintenance Department, including all facilities, living units, grounds, fleet vehicles, inventory, and personnel.

In addition, the Maintenance Supervisor ensures all living units meet or exceed required standards and is also responsible for managing all facility improvements or expansions and any outside contractors engaged.


  • High School diploma/GED plus five (5) years of experience in the skilled maintenance of buildings and grounds, including at least one year experience as a supervisor/lead worker. Associate's degree and/or journeyman level experience in a building trade a plus. Will consider an equivalent combination of education and experience to meet the required knowledge, skills, abilities and competencies of the position.
  • Must possess a valid State of Ohio driver's license and become and remain insurable in accordance with the organization's vehicle insurance policy.
  • Must be able to obtain and maintain certifications necessary to carry out the duties of this position (ie lead based paint, EPA, etc.) within 18 months of employment.
  • Prior experience performing and managing building & grounds maintenance, including: preventive maintenance programs, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, appliances, cabinetry, drywall, and paint.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with third-party contractors, including defining scope of services, negotiating contracts, and managing projects.
  • Familiarity with landlord and tenant rights and responsibilities.
  • Excellent leadership and supervisory skills and strong focus on safety.
  • Strong organizational, recordkeeping, and verbal & written communication skills.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel).
  • Must be available to respond to after-hours emergencies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Legally compliant, confidential and ethical conduct, while living the values of teamwork and maintaining a customer-centered focus.

In addition to competitive salaries, the organization offers an excellent benefits package including: medical, dental and vision coverage; PTO and paid holidays; life insurance and short term disability insurance; tuition reimbursement; and a retirement plan.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Sat, 18 May 2019 16:43:18 GMT
<![CDATA[President]]> Position Description:
The President serves as the chief professional officer for the
State of Florida. The President reports to and works
collaboratively with a state Board of Directors in leading the
United Way of Florida and delivering on its long term vision.
Specifically, s/he will be the leading voice to help United Ways
thrive throughout the state. The president will lead, advocate,
engage, and partner to ensure a strong, vibrant, collaborative,
innovative United Way network. The new president will work with the
CEO's and Board of Directors to envision, develop and implement a
transformation to a modern United Way. The president will ensure
that United Way of Florida's fiscal, operations, public policy,
fundraising, marketing, and programmatic strategies are effectively
implemented across all segments of the organization. United Ways
fight for Health, Education and Financial Stability of every person
in every community in Florida.
Organizational Directives
Organizational Directives are components of the United Way of
Florida Strategic Plan that require competencies that are
complimentary to and must be aligned with the Responsibilities &
Core Competencies.
Statewide Partnerships/Corporate

Supporting Campaign & Impact -
Develops and supports strategic corporate and non-profit
partnerships that enhance United Ways' individual and collective
fundraising and community impact and that provide increased United
Way access to information, partners, and resources that intersect
with their local community impact priorities.
Increasing capacity- to work
together as a network to help support all United Ways of Florida to
be successful especially in changing and challenging times.
Leverages capacity of the
state-work with United Ways throughout the state and
United Way Worldwide as a connector, convener, information
disseminator, and influencer to ensure all United Ways are thriving
and changing lives in their communities.
Leveraging Partnerships -
Cultivates statewide corporate, philanthropic, and impact
partnerships grounded in existing local United Way relationships
that generate new or improved benefits for Florida's United
Raising ALICE Awareness - Uses the
Florida ALICE Report to find alignment and create new opportunities
for statewide partnerships that enhance local United Way
fundraising potential and community impact priorities.

Leads/Directs Public Policy

Foster Relationships-Ensures that
relationships with elected officials and governmental agencies are
fostered and maintained so governmental policy affecting
expenditure of public funds complement United Way priorities and to
ensure that all human service funds are spent as effectively and
efficiently as possible.
Public Policy Agenda - Engages
United Ways in developing and actively supporting a proactive,
collective, United Way public policy agenda that supports United
Way community impact efforts and heightens United Way visibility
and awareness. Is seen as an expert in health and human
Supporting ALICE - Positions United
Way as the state's leading advocate for the ALICE Population by
promoting public policies, investments and partnerships that create
communitywide stability.
Provides Statewide Leadership
Visioning & Strategic Thinking -
Thinks long term, stretching horizons and challenging imaginations
to develop an image of how United Way and the Florida
(network/legislature/membership) should work, creating a vision
that captures minds and energizes others to commit to the
Problem Solving & Decision Making -
Identifying, analyzing, organizing and solving problems and issues
in a timely, effective manner; uses data and input from others to
make sound, timely decisions even in the face of uncertainty
Change Leadership - Champions
change, demonstrating a willingness and ability to initiate,
sponsor, and lead a change initiative through to completion
Team Leadership - Builds own skills
in team leadership, delegates effectively, and fosters
Talent Development & Management -
Develops individual abilities by coaching, mentoring, and advising;
challenges others to improve; addresses performance problems, and
grooms executive staff for advancement

Disaster Preparedness and Response

Facilitating & Coordinating -
Mobilizes the United Way network to share information, provide
cross-state support, and coordinate disaster response efforts among
United Ways, corporate and philanthropic partners, and
disaster-focused organizations.
Directly Supporting - Regularly
interfaces with United Ways impacted by disaster to assist in
securing required resources.
Engaging & Informing - Positions
United Way as a valued partner with key disaster response
organizations and state emergency management entities to maximize
pre-and post-disaster communication and coordination and to ensure
timely provision of important information to United Ways.

Responsibilities & Core Competencies:
Develops Impact Strategies, Resources & Builds

Influence and Impact - Using
influence techniques that appeal to reason, values, or emotion to
generate enthusiasm for the work, commitment to task objectives, or
compliance with orders and requests
Political Astuteness - Ability to
understand and operate effectively both within the political
environment of the United Way movement and the community; uses
political awareness to determine how best to get things done.
Formulates strategies and communicates in an ethical and
politically sensitive manner. Has a detailed working knowledge of
and experience within the Florida political system
Strategy & Product Innovation -
Ability to identify innovative strategies to address community
concerns, create products to address strategies, and find
appropriate funding mechanisms
Coalition Building - The ability to
explain, advocate and articulate facts and ideas in a persuasive
manner and to negotiate with individuals and groups both internally
and externally to advance strategies
Development and Investment of
Resources - Understands fully the development and
investment of resources required for statewide impact in the areas
of education, income and health and thinks comprehensively about
the public and private resources suitable to meet those needs
Board Relationship Management - The
ability to build and manage productive relationships with board
members that will provide leadership and guidance for the
Investor Relationship Management -
Creates and sustains mutually positive investor relationships;
works successfully to foster mutually-beneficial relationships that
add value throughout the UW system


Strong management, convening, visioning and state wide
collaborating background.
Innovator and transformational thinker and doer.
Seven to ten years of progressive management experience.
Excellent understanding of public policy/advocacy, statewide
coordination and corporate development.
Passion for serving others and experience in the human service
A keen sense of how to leverage stakeholders to create a
greater good.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Bachelor's Degree required; Master's Degree preferred.

Only serious and qualified candidates should submit a
letter of interest, resume and references to:

Fri, 17 May 2019 16:42:50 GMT
<![CDATA[Part Time - HIV Provider]]>

Position Summary:

Physician that is an Infectious Disease Specialist will provide comprehensive, coordinated primary and preventive health care, to patients of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) for Care Alliance patients.


  • Board certified in family practice or internal medicine.

  • Specialized in Infectious Disease desired

  • Minimum 2 years-experience in certified field preferred.

  • Current Ohio license to practice medicine.

  • Valid DEA certificate.

  • Ability to work collaboratively with CMO, other physicians, midlevel providers and nurses.

  • Experience in dealing with medically underserved populations preferred.

  • Must be knowledgeable of ongoing recommendations of screening tests, immunizations and prophylaxis.

  • Familiarity with electronic practice management systems and electronic health records.

  • Successful completion of Care Alliance credentialing process.

  • Experience with applicable public health issues such as HIV preferred.

  • Ability to provide effective consultation with and supervision of midlevel practitioners.

  • Commitment to Care Alliance mission.


  • Provide comprehensive primary care for adults.

  • Must have specialized expertise in infectious disease and have the experience and ability to effectively treat HIV patients.

  • Must be able to provide counseling about testing, risk reduction, and partner notification

  • May serve as preceptor to residents, medical students and advance practice nursing students.

  • Attend monthly provider meetings.

  • Remain current with standards of practice.

  • Perform other duties or special projects as assigned by CMO.

Physical Demands/Work Environment:

The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to walk, sit, use fingers, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms, balance; stoop; talk and hear. Employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
  • Work Environment: The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. May be exposed to hazardous conditions
Fri, 17 May 2019 16:42:49 GMT
<![CDATA[Partnership Manager]]> Partnership Manager
If you like working with a talented team, being busy, having fun
at work, and being part of the economic engine that helps drive the
Greater Madison area, joining our creative crew could be a great
fit for you!
The Company
Destination Madison and the Madison Area Sports Commission
(MASC) are passionate about promoting the Madison area to visitors
and locals alike. We do it by:
· Attracting new
conventions, sporting events and competitions to the community
· Providing
expert service and support to people who visit Madison for
· Sharing
relevant and timely information about all there is to see and do in
our city
· Conducting and
analyzing tourism research
· Building our
local economy!
The Position
Destination Madison's Partnership Department is
responsible for building relationships with and generating revenue
from the private sector in Dane County. This position is
responsible for the leading and implementing departmental
recruitment initiatives, for cultivating strong relationships with
Destination Madison partners and other community stakeholders and
for supporting organizational initiatives that involve Destination
Madison partners.
For more details and to view the job description, please visit
our website:

The Minimum Qualifications
· Bachelor's
degree from an accredited college or university with 3-5 years
progressively responsible experience in member/customer relations,
fundraising and/or related field or equivalent
· Working
knowledge of member (or donor) retention and recruitment strategies
and programs preferred
· Experience with
public speaking or presenting preferred
· Analytical and
creative problem solver with strategic thinking abilities; able to
apply knowledge and data to anticipate challenges and create
· High-level
interpersonal skills; a professional image and the ability to
present self, organization and partnership program to others
· Goal-oriented
team player that uses individual strengths to build, sustain and
grow relationships
Why You Should Apply?
· Creative work
with supportive, collaborative co-workers
· New office
space on the vibrant Capitol Square
· Generous
benefits package
· Promote the
Madison area
· Help grow the
local economy
· Paid time off
to volunteer in community
How to Apply
Send cover letter with salary requirements and
resume to or by mail to:
Destination Madison Recruitment
22 E Mifflin Street, Suite
Madison, WI 53703
Applications will be reviewed upon receipt. Please submit
your application as soon as possible for early consideration.]]>
Fri, 17 May 2019 16:42:49 GMT
<![CDATA[Volunteer Academy Football Scouts Required]]>

Here at Colchester United Football Club we want to enhance our recruitment department.

We are looking to expand on our existing team of scouts to help the recruitment department identify the best players in the leagues and areas we cover.

All scouts are requested to have previous experience within football, whether at an amateur or professional club, as a coach, scout or administrator and should be willing to attend designated matches on Saturday or Sunday.

All scouts will need to have a valid CRB check and become a part of the clubs scouting policy. Scouts will also be given a training programme which will be led by the existing scouts. We are looking for people based in London, Essex and the South East.

How to apply:

Please email your time availability and background to (see below)

This is a voluntary, non-paid role.

Fri, 17 May 2019 16:42:49 GMT
<![CDATA[Physics Programmer]]>

We are looking to recruit a Physics Programmer for our talented team on Train Sim World; an immersive first-person simulation game allowing you to be the driver of a range of diesel and electric trains on some of the world's most amazing railways.

You will drive the implementation of vehicle physics most notably in the area of locomotive simulation. The successful candidate must be able to create efficient mathematical models and physics systems in order to ensure highly accurate and authentic simulation experiences for our players. Talented graduate candidates will be considered.

At Dovetail Games we are passionate about empowering our people to build beautiful worlds, craft breath-taking games and do the best work of their career to deliver our vision: "By Enthusiasts, For Enthusiasts".

We have just moved into a brand new river-front studio in the heart of the Historic Dockyard in Kent, UK. We are growing fast, developing our games using cutting-edge technology and delivering these on multiple platforms: PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

  • Using visual modelling tools for creating simulations of vehicle powertrains, including electrical, mechanical and air systems as well as embedded control systems.
  • Work with vehicle setup team to create the interface between simulation variables and controls or displays in cab. Helps to maintain, improve and optimise the physics system.
  • Use of simulation debugging tools to improve stability and accuracy of the vehicle simulation.
  • Support and develop the current physics engine, implementing cutting edge algorithms and optimisations.
  • Innovate mathematically rigorous solutions for simulated vehicles.
  • Report to the lead engineer and assist in the planning and estimation of work on their backlog.
  • Should be flexible to help out other engineers and vehicle setup team if needed.
  • Provide insight to anticipate technical/workflow issues and provide solutions.
What we look for in you


  • Engineering/Science degree
  • Excellent maths and physics skills
  • Understanding the basic principles of vehicle dynamics in multiple physics domains
  • Software development experience, in particular using C++
  • Great communicator and team player
  • A passion to deliver quality simulation software
  • Strong research skills and interest in real world vehicle systems


  • Experience using visual modelling tools (e.g. Simulink)
  • Experience with simulation or physics systems in a game engine; including tools pipeline, performance optimization, behaviour, etc. is beneficial but not required

We are committed to promoting equal opportunities and diversity, and all applicants will be considered on their merit, qualifications, competence and talent regardless of any protected characteristics.

  • You will have a direct and significant impact on the future of our games
  • You'll experience an environment where you will be challenged but supported
  • We have an industry leading work-life balance
  • We are developing games across multiple platforms using cutting edge technology
  • Competitive salary and benefits
  • Pension scheme
  • Eye-care vouchers
  • Free parking
  • Free fruit, tea & coffee and a stocked pantry
  • Access to funded fitness events and health checks.
  • Regular social, sporting, and charity fundraising events
Fri, 17 May 2019 16:42:49 GMT
<![CDATA[Workforce Development Advisor (Graduate Trainee)]]>

The Adult Commissioning and Health Team in Devon County Council (DCC) is responsible for strategic commissioning and delivery of services to 250,000 adults in Devon, who receive adult social care. This includes support for mental health needs, complex learning and physical disabilities, long-term conditions and carers supporting people.

This role will be part of the Workforce Development Team (Commissioning). The team's primary role is outward-facing, supporting private, voluntary and independent adult social care providers with workforce development (including recruitment, retention and commissioning training).

Number of staff: There are 6 people in this team, including the Graduate Trainee.


To raise the profile of health and care in Devon, attracting and retaining people with the right values in the sector.

Duties and Responsibilities

Initial duties and responsibilities

  • Build excellent working relationships with adult health and care teams in DCC, NHS colleagues and with external adult social care providers across Devon to gain an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of all teams that support adults to remain healthy and, where possible live, independently at home.
  • Working in partnership with and contributing to the work of the Devon Sustainability and Transformation Programme (STP) Recruitment Group, to improve recruitment and retention in health and care across wider Devon (including Plymouth and Torbay).
  • Engaging with stakeholders (e.g. adult social care providers, Department of Work and Pensions, health partners etc) to promote the value that employing people with a range of disabilities can bring to businesses and organisations.

Longer-term duties and responsibilities


  • Working with managers across adult health and care teams in DCC to identify individuals and teams demonstrating outstanding practice to nominate for national awards that recognise excellence in health and care, and inclusive communities.
  • Leading on running award ceremonies in Devon e.g. World Social Work Day in March. Manage events including liaising with councillors, external speakers, arranging publicity/press, and managing budgets.
  • Support local initiatives within DCC such as Shout Outs that recognise and nurture talent, as well as showcasing success.
  • Promote the successes and achievements across departments and services through Proud to Care using a variety of social media including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Social Sign In.

Bid writing for awards

  • Provide a comprehensive and efficient bid writing service to the Adult Commissioning and Health team. This involves completing bids for national awards with support from the relevant manager in adult health and care.
  • Collaborate with a range of external organisations such as health partners, Skills for Care, Health Education England, the private, voluntary and independent Sector, Unitary Authorities, District Councils, Universities, training providers, local communities and Service Users (where appropriate) to co-ordinate and submit nominations for awards.

Bid writing for funding

  • Help to prepare funding bids on behalf of Proud to Care Devon and / or the Sustainability and Transformation Programme (STP) Resourcing Group to support all areas of workforce development activity across the wider health and care sector. This may involve working with private, voluntary and independent care organisations, NHS Healthcare Trusts, social enterprises, as well as DCC. Funding bids could support any area of workforce development activity, for example, recruitment, retention, work placements, training and education, ensuring adults with disabilities are supported to live independently, and creating strong and inclusive communities etc.

    Project management

  • Working on projects in the wider Proud to Care Team or on behalf of the Devon Sustainability and Transformation Partnership Workforce Strategy Group. Projects may be linked to improving recruitment, retention, or learning and development in the adult health and care workforce and may focus on the following areas: Proud to Care campaigns, website development, social media, work placements, building relationships with training and education providers, linking with Job Centre Plus and the Proud to Care Ambassador service.
  • Keep up to date with changes and developments in the health and care sector and at Devon County Council, including having a good knowledge and understanding of the sector and associated terminology.

Training and Development opportunities

On the job training:

Induction programme for 4 weeks with weekly review meetings with line manager

Opportunity to attend 1-day Devon County Council induction

The graduate trainees will have the opportunity to apply for a permanent role at DCC towards the end of their placement. These could be in a variety of roles (e.g. Workforce Development Advisor, Commissioning Support Officer and Project roles) within the Adult Commissioning and Health department, the HR department or other departments at DCC. The placement will also provide valuable experience to apply for roles within Devon STP organisations .

Other Benefits, Rewards and Recognition

Flexible working - We have a flexitime policy, allowing for time off in lieu, when additional hours are worked

Having a job that allows you to 'give something back' to the community - The ethos of Proud to Care is valuing health and care staff across Devon. This role provides a vital role in securing a high-quality health and social care workforce for the future.

Travel - A driving licence is desirable, but not essential. There will be travel around Devon to attend careers events and to meet providers.

Health and wellbeing - Devon County Council has an Employee Assistance Programme and an Occupational Health service. Regular events are held to support everyone's mental health e.g. lunchtime walks, shared breakfast meetings etc.



Graduate of a UK university within the last 3 years

GCSE Maths and English - Grade C or equivalent

Skills and Understanding
  • Excellent organisation and time management skills.
  • Very good research, writing and proof-reading skills, with an eye for detail.
  • Ability to apply policy and legislative requirements.
  • The application of sound judgement.
  • Ability to innovate and problem solve.
  • Ability to network, persuade, influence and negotiate.
  • Experience of meeting deadlines and setting milestones to manage workload.

Prior Experience

  • Some voluntary and/or paid work experience would be beneficial, ideally in a social care or health setting.

Behavioural Characteristics/ Personal Qualities and Attributes

  • Upholds the Proud to Care values (committed, caring, compassionate, communication, courageous and competent)
  • Self-motivated.
  • Conscientious.
  • Outgoing personality to build rapport and trust with colleagues and partners across many organisations.
  • Commitment to team work.
  • The ability to deliver under pressure, on time and to remit.

Other Requirements

Right to work in the UK for the duration of the internship, without the need for sponsorship


Advertisement Closing Date: 16/6/2019
Interview Date: 25/6/2019
Internship Start Date: Start date between 8/7/2019 - 29/7/2019
Internship End Date: End date 12 months from start date (i.e. July 2020)

To apply for this role please complete our internship application which can be downloaded here: Please send your completed form to us by clicking APPLY NOW.

Fri, 17 May 2019 16:42:48 GMT
<![CDATA[Software Developers]]>

Join the Access Family and see how we make software ideas become a reality!
Our core value of Love work, Love life' has been central to our success and so we're looking for people to join us who share our passion for making things better every day, to help us become a UK top 10 Software company.

Are you ready for the challenge?

What are we all about?
Unicorn are a leading eLearning solutions provider who are now part of the Access Group, delivering exceptional learning experiences through our award-winning Unicorn LMS, Apps, off the shelf content, games and custom content development. As a Solutions Manager, you will primarily be responsible for managing the delivery of creative learning solutions, tailored to meet our clients' needs through our range of products and services within the specified time-frame/budget.

Who are Access
At Access we love software and how technology never stays the same. It's this obsession that drives us to work closely across sectors to understand the business needs of our customers - from professional services to manufacturing to not for profits and more.

Job Purpose
Design, develop and maintain the Unicorn LMS to the highest quality in terms of design, creative approach and user experience, whilst working within an agile team using up-to-date
modern industry standard architecture and technologies that are scalable, easily maintained and upgraded and delivered following agreed processes, budgets and timelines.

Here's what you'll be doing in the role:
• Enhance and expand the core features of the Unicorn LMS
• Work within the agreed development working practices of the team
• Respond to and manage support issues raised to second line and participate in investigation and issue resolution
• Continuously improve the underlying software
• Contribute appropriately to issue resolution given balance between service level agreements and project requirements
• Support near continuous deployment builds
• Contribute to the production of releases for:
oFeature releases
oInterim bug-fix releases
oRoll out of releases
• Review and support customer data feed setup and imports and single sign on when required Innovate and contribute to ongoing technical and process improvement
• Contribute to ongoing process improvement (retrospectives)
• Be committed to supporting the rest of the team in achieving team commitments
• Contribute to the Scrumban methodology by being an active team member being responsible for the delivery of user stories in a multi-disciplinary and agile manner
• Assist with ensuring code quality and high team skill-base by participating in pair-programming and similar forms of team support
• Documentation of working processes and platform architecture
• Ensure time is logged to improve Management Information and project profitability tracking and help with planning

Skills & Competencies

• C# (7+) and .NET Framework (4.6+)
• Microsoft ASP.NET MVC and Microsoft WebAPI
• Javascript and TypeScript
• NHibernate
• JQuery
• Knockout.JS
• Handlebars
• Webix UI Components
• Microsoft SQL Server and SQL Server Profiling
• Test Driven Development, NUnit, Integration Testing and Mocking
• Dependency Injection
• Software Design patterns
• Git version control
• Experience developing scalable web-based systems
• Understanding agile software development principles and practices
• Understanding technical issues and considerations and provide constructive feedback to the development team and other stakeholders.
• Excellent documentation skills, attention to detail and an ability to communicate detailed technical issues to stakeholders and to the internal business/project team.

• Learning Management Systems
• TeamCity and MSBuild

What does Access offer you?
We are a growing software company and we deliver on what we say we do! We take the development of our people very seriously! We will work with you to carve out your success plan and an opportunity to accelerate your career and make a real difference.

In addition to our standard benefits of 25 days holiday, a match contributory pension and healthcare you will get:
• A Competitive Salary
• Giving Back/Charity days
• Quarterly Socials
• 6 weeks Sabbaticals (after 6 years of service)
• The Access Group Big Break: our all-expenses paid holiday to Spain

Become part of our amazing Access family!

Fri, 17 May 2019 04:42:17 GMT