Software Engineer

From forensics to nanotechnology, our analytical systems and solutions help the world’s top researchers do ground-breaking work on the small things that make big things possible. We’re after enquiring minds, imaginative thinkers, and proud geeks. Those who are irresistibly drawn to hard problems others can’t crack. Those who are always thinking ‘what if…’. Does this sound like you? Then read on….

From forensics to nanotechnology, our analytical systems and solutions help the world’s top researchers do ground-breaking work on the small things that make big things possible. We’re after enquiring minds, imaginative thinkers, and proud geeks. Those who are irresistibly drawn to hard problems others can’t crack. Those who are always thinking ‘what if…’. Does this sound like you? Then read on….

Job Title: Software Engineer Mid-level

Location: Malvern Panalytical Bristol Hub, Desk Lodge House, Redcliffe Way Bristol

Do you want to work with scientists and engineers in a team with a strong focus on quality and innovation? Do you want to play an important role in the development of the software for our advanced analytical instrumentation? Are you looking for a diverse software role in which you can apply your expertise to its full extent and increase your knowledge even further? Do you want the opportunity to work flexible hours and the ability to work from home if you wish? Then this might be your chance to become part of our ambitious team as a Software Engineer!

In this role you will work in a highly dynamic, positive and action-driven environment. You will work closely with a team of multi-disciplinary specialists, reporting to the Software Team Leader.

The position will be based in Bristol, with options for hybrid working.

What are your responsibilities?

  • You will work in all parts of the software development life-cycle and be responsible for designing and building software to gather and analyse data from our analytical instruments;
  • Working together with various stakeholders to determine user-focused acceptance criteria.
  • Working together with other developers to translate these criteria into wireframes and acceptance tests.
  • A problem solver for software related problems and related systems engineering issues, providing up-to-date knowledge of new software innovations and their potential application to the wider organization.
  • You will work in a Scrum environment where cross functional teamwork and close collaboration with the customer is highly valued.

What do you need to be successful in this role?

  • Be a science graduate (in Computer Science, Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or related subjects) with significant software content or equivalent experience gained in a software development environment.
  • At least 2 years’ experience in a C# development environment.
  • Experience with ASP.NET (Core / NET5)
  • Have the capability to mentor other team members as well as having demonstratable experience with software requirements, architecture, design, development and software testing.
  • You have strong analytical capabilities; you enjoy solving complex problems.
  • Strongly results-driven with respect to customer products: Ability to think and act as an end user with emphasis on key product quality indicators, such as analytical performance, ease of use, robustness, completeness and speed.
  • You are self-motivated, detail-oriented, and able to work independently as well as in a team environment.

Great to have?

  • Experience working with Agile work tracking tools (e.g. Microsoft Azure DevOps, Jira etc.);
  • An interest in science and technology which goes beyond your day to day work.
  • Experience any of the following technologies:
    • Selenium
    • Terraform
    • Blazor
    • Azure
    • SpecFlow

When you join?

  • Your career will take off with a comprehensive induction programme. We then continue to support and develop our employees by improving their skills, knowledge and performance by in-house, on-the-job training, and external training.
  • We value entrepreneurship and commitment by offering real career possibilities.
  • You become part of a growing company where you can shape the future of our work processes.
  • Flexi-time (core hours 10.00am – 12.00pm and 2.00pm – 3.00pm) and potential to work from home to help you to achieve a good work-life balance.

Malvern is an ethical employer and we ask candidates not to share confidential information about other organizations, including their current employer, during any interview for a position within our organization.

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