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.
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.
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 Corsham Institute will be at our
Careers Fair on the 15th & 16th March 2019 and are
looking to support women into tech careers.
We know that, as being part of this careers fair Corsham
Institute are dedicated to ensuring they support people to train for tech roles
from a diverse network and we are really pleased to have them on board as a
Women’s Tech Hub member.
Corsham Institute Limited are a research and learning charity based in Corsham, Wiltshire. Their charitable objects are “advancement of education for the public benefit, providing learning and carrying out research in disciplines associated with the digital economy”.
We are passionate about supporting individuals and
organisations to harness the opportunities of the digital age. We research how
data and digital technology could have an improved impact on society and support
people to develop their digital skills through a range of learning programmes.
delighted that Quadrotech will be at our Careers Fair on the 15th
that, as being part of this careers fair Quadrotech 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.
Quadrotechspecialises in making Microsoft Office 365 better for enterprise organisations by providing them with a suite of software products that complement and enhance their cloud service. This ranges from migration solutions that take care of moving data into and out of Office 365, reporting applications that show how employees are using and configuring the service, and management tools which allow them to delegate control of Office 365 to other users in the company with enhanced security and flexibility.
Today they have over 130 employees located across Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, Canada and Slovakia.
We are finally off and running with the Careers fair and are speaking to lots of great companies. The idea behind supporting our members has been in discussion for over a year so its great to finally put it into action. We are aware that there are many companies and agencies talking about diversity and inclusion but we have always been about doing and not just talking about it.
Our members already recognise that and rather than just sitting on panels and telling us that they agree with it, they’ve actually put some money behind it and supported us with implementing practical solutions. So we would like to say a big thank you to all our members whom we all hope to see at the fair (its part of the membership).
So thanks go to KETL, ALD, UltraSOC, Esoterix, Deloitte & Bud.
And a Big thanks to GRAPHCORE for coming aboard – we look forward to working with you! Anybody wanting to join the fair, which includes Women’s Tech Hub membership please mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org – or to speak to Women’s Tech Hub directly email@example.com.