The job title is Intern Software Developer within the Software Development Unit. The Employee will report to the Software Development Manager. The role of the intern developer is to develop, test and maintain software applications in accordance with software engineering processes used at the used at the Tshimologong Software Development Unit (SDU). The skill level of this position means that the employee will spend time learning and is able to carry out tasks under supervision. The SDU adheres to Agile development practices.
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INTERMEDIATE DEVELOPER | JOB DESCRIPTION
Tshimologong Precinct exists to fulfil our “Africa Rising” destiny by producing world class developers, entrepreneurs and innovators of digital technology and content. We are an innovation ecosystem based in Braamfontein that propels entrepreneurship and grows the skills pipeline for the digital economy through collaborative partnerships. It is all about cutting-edge skills, startups and laying the foundations for Africa’s role in driving the 4th Industrial Revolution.
We are looking for a few talented and ambitious professional developers to join the Tshimologong Software Development Unit (SDU). Its objective is to be a world class software development unit/house that has a reputation for delivering software projects with agreed scope, on time and within budget. The SDU forms an integral element of the Tshimologong Digital Skills Academy and works closely with Wits University’s Joburg Centre for Software Engineering (JCSE) and other Wits Centres of Excellence.
You will rub shoulders with international experts, leading companies and some of the most innovative thinkers in South Africa. You will work on interesting projects using different technologies and play a pivotal role in turning Tshimologong into the “Silicon Valley” of Africa. We can guarantee you a personal development opportunity of a life-time.
The job title is Intermediate Software Developer within the Software Development Unit. The Employee will report to the Software Development Manager. The role of the intermediate developer is to develop, test and maintain software applications in accordance with software engineering processes used at the Tshimologong Software Development Unit (SDU). The SDU adheres to Agile development practices.
The role specifically entails, but is not limited to the following tasks:
4+ years in software development and 2+ years working with Microsoft ASP.NET MVC 5.0