Graduate Software Engineer


Who we are

Imosphere provides pioneering technology solutions to the health and social care sector. We build software that powers research and improves lives. Our software is used across multiple territories and domains - from Scotland to California, from mental health to cancer research.

As an SME of approximately 40 people headquartered in Nottingham, our flexible working policy enables people to work from anywhere that enables them to get the job done. We have core hours of 10:00-15:00 Monday-Friday to enable us to find time to collaborate, but are flexible outside of these hours as long as we are meeting the needs of our customers and our team.

What we are looking for

We are looking for a Graduate Software Engineer to join us who is passionate about data, who values communication and collaborative approaches to finding the right solution, and is willing and excited to learn new skills and share their knowledge with others.

This position is available as either Nottingham office-based, remote (UK) or a hybrid model where you can choose the right amount of time in the office for you. We support flexible working in many forms - we have a flexible day (core hours only 10:00-15:00), we support condensed hours, 9 day fortnights and part-time (where appropriate).

You will work in a team on our product suite, with a Solutions Architect, and will work closely with all our Software Engineers and others to ensure we deliver quality, robust software solutions.

We focus mainly on on-premise solutions in the Microsoft stack and we are in the process of creating a cloud-based analytics application.

What do we use?

Some of the technologies we use are: Typescript, Javascript, LESS, .Net, .Net Core, Microsoft Azure

Job Description


  • Work collaboratively to ensure that all aspects of an iteration are delivered as planned.
  • Be involved at all stages of the development life cycle: initial analysis, implementation, integration, testing, debugging and support.
  • Deliver clean and structured code which is well tested and consistently error free.
  • Utilise industry standard software development tools such as source control, automated deployment and automated testing where appropriate.


  • Gain working knowledge of the suite of Imosphere software products
  • Continually develop personal knowledge of software development skills and industry by making best use of the training resources available, including the internet, books and the organisation’s training budget.
  • Freely share knowledge, insight, best practice and ideas.

Security Standards & Data Protection

  • Maintain awareness of latest data protection and security threats and to mitigate against these risks with known industry standards.
  • Follow internal information security procedures and identify potential omissions through the appropriate channels.
  • Raise information security event reports following the company’s event reporting process.

Key Skills, Experience & Behaviours


  • A Graduate Level Software Engineer with a good level (knowledge and experience) of programming languages and methodologies used in the company’s products.
  • Highly numerate and literate, with the ability to produce top quality written specifications.
  • Proactive and organised, with strong time management and planning skills.
  • Able to meet tight deadlines and remain calm under pressure.
  • Ability to efficiently manage workload and stay organised in a dynamic work environment.
  • Bright, highly self-motivated and driven,with a passion for software development.
  • Analytical and inquisitive, with excellent attention to detail and the ability to solve problems quickly, efficiently and completely.
  • Credible, confident and articulate, with excellent communication and presentation skills.
  • Reliable, flexible and cooperative.
  • Diplomatic and tactful.
  • Personable and approachable, with an enthusiastic and motivational nature and an overall passion for excellence.


  • Excellent understanding of security standards.
  • Azure DevOps, CI/CD pipelines, source control
  • Knowledge of Azure and cloud based solutions.

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What's in it for you?

Working with us, you can expect

  • Flexible working location At home.. A coffee shop.. A cabin in the woods.. Our offices based in Nottingham's city centre. Work wherever suits you best.
  • Flexible working Set your own schedule either side of our core hours (10am to 3pm). Want to work condensed hours, a 9 day fortnight - all possible.
  • Equipment and software The right tools for the job. We'll provide everything that you need to do your job.
  • Training budget A professional development budget that's owned by you for use on courses, conferences, books or magazines. It's yours to further your development.
  • Annual leave 33 days leave including Christmas 'shut down' and bank holidays. With additional buy/sell holiday scheme.
  • Social events Company run social events including summer social and festive fun days.
  • Maternity/paternity We offer a matched statutory maternity/paternity payment.
  • Pension scheme A competitive pension scheme matching contributions up to 6%.
  • Private healthcare Get cashback on dental and optical treatments, and more.
  • Volunteer day A paid annual volunteer day, helping you to support your community.
  • Savings and freebies Get discounts at lots of retailers with our Perkbox membership.