Remote Working: Up to 3 days per week; 2 days on-site to liaise with R&D and external teams on current/forthcoming projects
Duration: Full Time
Hours: 37.5 (This role operates in a flexi-time scheme. Overtime is unpaid)
Flexitime: (core hours 10.00am – 12.00pm and 2.00pm – 3.00pm) to help you to achieve a good work-life balance
Package: Competitive Salary + Benefits + 25 days (plus bank Holidays) + Pension Scheme
Do you want to be a part of an ambitious, fast-growing, international company with a friendly and inclusive culture?
Are you keen to drive growth within a leading global organisation whose purpose is to work with our customers, to make the world a better place?
Are you looking for an opportunity to work on complex, innovative analytical software systems?
Those who are always thinking ‘what if…’. Does this sound like you? Then read on!
Your career will take flight with a comprehensive induction program and value entrepreneurship and commitment by offering real career possibilities. We continue to support and develop our employees by improving their skills, knowledge, and performance with in-house, on-the-job, and external training.
About Malvern Panalytical
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.
Malvern Panalytical's R&D function drives business growth by delivering customer-focussed products and services to a wide variety of markets. The Centre of Excellence development site in Malvern, UK, is responsible for developing products and solutions within our Physical characterisation portfolio. Projects range from small incremental improvements and optimisations to next generation and represent the cutting edge of multi-discipline engineering.
As lead of one Scrum team amongst several within a larger R&D team, you will share responsibility for the system-level architecture, delivery, and integration of software within scientific and industrial instrumentation solutions.
As an experienced Senior Software Engineer/Architect you’ll work within a dynamic cross-discipline team to lead and guide internal- and partner software teams in architecture, requirements capture, knowledge transfer and delivery of a modern, scalable software platform for a multi-technology portfolio.
What do you need to be successful in this role?
5+ years’ experience as a Senior Software Engineer/Architect/Team Lead.
Experience working alongside 3rd party development partners and managing projects.
Proven people leadership and development skills.
Ability to consider high-level (sub-)system interface design and ensure good knowledge capture/transfer.
History applying sustainable processes for predictable delivery.
Practiced in capturing the voice of the customer in high-quality, testable technical requirements.
Great to have?
Working knowledge of Agile/Scrum methodologies
Strong C# skills, Windows frameworks such as WPF
An understanding of modern patterns such as Microservices
Experience using requirements management tools, such as Jira or Azure DevOps.
An interest in science and technology which goes beyond your day-to-day work.