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The Guardian Digital Development Fellowship Programme 2017

Application Deadline: : 27th January 2017
Job Description
Fellowship Programme 2017, Digital Development – (KIN0000XV)

The Guardian Digital Fellowship is an opportunity for developers who are in the early stages of their careers to join the Digital department. If you love coding and digital media then you can apply to the Fellowship irrespective of your background or experience. Commercial experience or a background in computer science is not a requirement for this role: a yearly intake of developers are selected based on the ability and ideas they demonstrate during the recruitment process. Assessment is around demonstrating your practical skills and sharing your experiences. We’re looking for people who want to contribute to the Guardian’s future.

The Fellowship is a 12 month scheme that offers you an opportunity to ramp up to working as a fully fledged developer in a structured manner, alongside a cohort of Fellows. It is not a quick start programme or a training scheme. As a Fellow you’ll be expected to jump in and work as part of a team while being provided with the support and learning to acquire the skills of a developer. Fellows join our digital team which is responsible for creating, developing, managing and maintaining the Guardian’s digital products. We work with editorial and commercial teams as well as external partners.

Requirements

  • The Guardian aims to ensure that all job applicants are treated fairly regardless of race (which includes nationality and ethnic or national origin), disability, sex, gender identity, marital or civil partnership status, sexual orientation, perceived or actual age, maternity, pregnancy and religion or belief.

Benefits

  • Some of the benefits that the Guardian can provide for employees include annual season ticket loan, childcare assistance vouchers, cycle to work scheme, gym membership and holiday purchase scheme.

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