We are delighted that Esoterix
will be at our Careers Fair on the 15th & 16th March
2019 and are looking to recruit/support.
We know that, as being part of
this careers fair Esoterix are dedicated to ensuring they recruit from a
diverse network and we are really pleased to have them on board as a Women’s
Tech Hub member.
Esoterix are creating the
software solutions that will revolutionise the transport industry, based on
data science, behaviour science and machine learning. They have a reputation
for bravery and excellence, leading by example to develop new technology and
business solutions to, perhaps, society’s greatest problem: how to provide
effortless mobility, to everyone, sustainably.
Esoterix are looking to grow their technical team and this is an exciting time to be joining them. The global intelligent mobility market is growing 20% year-on-year and will be worth £900bn in 2025. Esoterix will be at the forefront of that transport revolution.
Adam Orchard, head of development will be running a workshop on Saturday 16th starting at 11am.
Esoterix are changing the face of public transport, using data analytics to understand behaviour and design new services. They’ll run through the journey taken to design, deliver and operate a new micro-transit trial in Bristol last year.
John Kinson th CTO from BUD will be running a workshop at our Tech Careers Fair on Saturday the 16th starting at 11am.
John has worked in the enterprise, telecoms and broadcast TV sectors for over 22 years. He brings expertise gained from his professional experience in areas as diverse as business unit directorship, business requirements analysis, solution architecture design, patent portfolio management, relationship selling, customer account management, and software engineering in multiple domains.
Bud is a complete software platform that supports every aspect of apprenticeship delivery. It brings together enrolment, programme creation, learning delivery, e-portfolio, reporting and funding management into a single system.
Designed by industry experts
on a foundation of simplicity, compliance and consistency, it is a complete
system that supports our clients in the delivery of exceptional training.
It’s been purpose built for
Apprenticeships and because it’s a single end-to-end system, it avoids the
costs and inefficiencies of using multiple systems. Bud enables paperless
delivery and its in-built automation and workflow, supports efficient and
compliant ways of working.
Bud will be giving a workshop with an overview of who
they are as a company and demystifying the current apprenticeship offerings and
how companies can make the most of them.
They will explain what apprenticeships are, how they
work, and why they might be worth considering.
will be an interactive session showing how apprenticeships work in practice:
how they’re funded, what the employment options are, how they can help with
career advancement, how training providers deliver apprenticeship training in
partnership with employers
You will get to see examples of apprenticeship programmes (drawing on the content that they produce), with examples from software development, health and social care, project management, finance
They will discuss examples of how apprenticeship training might work, focussing on activities involved and give links to further sources of apprenticeship career info – who provides them, some training providers and some examples of employers providing apprenticeship training.
Follow them on Twitter @wearebud
Overall workshop timings are as follows and we will give details on what they are doing as we get them
Altran will be running two workshops at our Tech Careers Fair on Friday 15th starting at 5pm and on Saturday the 16th starting at 11am
Speaker – Neil White
Neil is an engineer with years of experience delivering software projects that change our world for the better. He is particularly interested in the dynamics of teams and personal motivators, and how this underpins success.
These sessions will use examples of real Altran Intelligent Systems projects to explore topics such as: why people work for software companies, “having a job” versus “having a career”, and how to assess potential employers. Questions welcomed and encouraged – this session can go anywhere that adds value to the attendees. Take the opportunity to ask anything in a safe environment.
We are delighted that Bud will be at our Careers Fair on the 15th & 16th March 2019 and are looking to recruit/support.
We know that, as being part of this careers fair, Bud are dedicated to ensuring they recruit from a diverse network and we are really pleased to have them on board as a Women’s Tech Hub member.
Bud is the exciting and fast-growing name in the apprenticeship sector. Bud’s software is a powerful and intuitive apprenticeship management platform, designed to simplify the delivery of apprenticeships and bring the many processes together within a single, intuitive software platform. Bud seamlessly combines application management, programme creation, learning delivery, workforce and learner reporting, funding management and more.
.The Government’s 2020 Apprenticeship Strategy will drive unprecedented change in the sector and will see record levels of funding and business interest. Bud provides a market-leading solution that helps businessmaximise these new opportunities. Our vision is to provide a service that has a strong appeal globally and across all parts of the workplace education and training marketplace. After a period of intense development and market launch, we’re now implementing Bud into a growing number of new customers across the country. Located in central Bristol at the top of Park Street by Clifton Triangle, Bud has wonderful shops, cafes, bars, and restaurants on its doorstep.
We are part of an exciting office space regeneration project alongside a new business incubator, Origin Workspace, with a private gym on our ground floor and a roof-top terrace providing stunning panoramic views over Bristol. At Bud, we believe in a healthy work-life balance, with a positive and inclusive learning culture based on our values of integrity, trust, and commitment. Working at Bud means you’ll be surrounded by innovators and original thinkers, be able to thrive and do the best work of your career, with regular, fun social activities. They judge each person on their merits and while technical aptitude is essential, this has to be combined with a positive can-do attitude, pride in delivering to our promises, excellent communication skills and a desire for self-improvement.
Regardless of the role, Bud can offer excellent learning and development and future career opportunities in a growing business. Get in touch if Bud sounds like a good fit for you.
We are delighted that the Women In Cyber Academy will be at our Careers Fair on the 15th & 16th March 2019 and are looking to offer support.
We know that the Women in Cyber Academy are dedicated to increasing Diversity in the Industry (mainly as we’re part of it with Womens Tech Jobs)
The Cyber Software Academy for Women is a 3-month programme designed by QA to prepare women for a career in Cyber Security.
The programme is open to women of any technical or career background and women all ages who are looking to begin or change to a career in Cyber Security. Each cohort of women will be guided through an accelerated learning pathway to help them secure a role as quickly as possible after their training.
are delighted that the West of England Growth Hub will be at our Careers Fair
on the 15th & 16th March 2019 and are looking to
We know that as being part of this careers fair the West of England Growth Hub are dedicated to ensuring they recruit from a diverse network and we are really pleased to have them on board as a Women’s Tech Hub member.
One of our first workshops will be with the wonderful Lisa Forte from Red-Goat security telling us how to become amazing (and paid) speakers. Speaking at public conferences is something that we know affects our career progression, confidence and profile so we can’t wait!
Lisa has been a professional speaker for years. She gets hired to speak all around the world. She never imagined doing this professionally though- she was always the shy one in the back of the room hoping and praying nobody would ask her a question. Now she speaks to huge audiences all over the world. How did she become so confident at speaking? Lisa has 4 simple rule that will transform every presentation, pitch or interview you will ever do.
In this workshop
Lisa will explain how to use her 4 rules and you will see a big difference in
how you present instantly. Public speaking is an amazing skill to have and will
open so many doors for your career. Come and learn how to transform the way you
speak and pitch!
Exciting new opportunity – QA with Women’s Tech Jobs and DCMS are at our www.tech3shed.org event so come along and chat about it
30 fully funded opportunities (12 week training course)
We need more women in the industry to help solve one of the country’s biggest threats, Cyber attacks – will you help us fill this gap and drive the UK tech sector forward?
We want women – of any background – who’d like a career change to join this free-to-attend 12-week programme in Bristol, preparing you for a new role in Cyber. Brought to you by Women’s Tech Jobs and leading training provider, QA, our Women In Cyber Academy is 50% funded by the Department for Digital Culture Media and Sport (DCMS). Leading industry sponsors are funding the other 50%, to shape the training and prepare you for a new career.
Whether your interest is in the training opportunity or sponsoring the Academy, visit www.womenincyber.academy to register your interest today.
We are delighted that Sparkol will be at our Careers Fair on the 15th & 16th March 2019 and are looking to recruit/support.
We know that, as being part of this careers fair, Sparkol are dedicated to ensuring they recruit from a diverse network and we are really pleased to have them on board as a Women’s Tech Hub member.
At Sparkol, their mission is to give everyone the tools to create captivating content quickly and easily, no matter their technical ability, design skills or budget. Their main software, VideoScribe, is used in over 160 countries. It enables thousands of businesses, marketers, illustrators, bloggers, sales people, video professionals and teachers to tell better stories with whiteboard style animations and videos.
Their diverse and supportive culture means their team are curious, inventive and work to become a little better every single day. They pride themselves on their 45% female, 55% male team makeup. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a fun and vibrant company in the heart of Bristol, UK, that while small has a global reach. Get in touch, if this sounds like a good fit for you.
We are delighted that Capgeminiwill be at our Careers Fair on the 15th & 16th March 2019 and are looking to recruit/support.
We know that, as being part of this careers fair, Capgeminiare dedicated to ensuring they recruit from a diverse network and we are really pleased to have them on board as a Women’s Tech Hub member.
A global leader in consulting, technology services and digital transformation, Capgemini is at the forefront of innovation to address the entire breadth of clients’ opportunities in the evolving world of cloud, digital and platforms. Building on its strong 50-year heritage and deep industry-specific expertise, Capgemini enables organizations to realize their business ambitions through an array of services from strategy to operations. Capgemini is driven by the conviction that the business value of technology comes from and through people. It is a multicultural company of over 200,000 team members in more than 40 countries. The Group reported 2018 global revenues of EUR 13.2 billion.