28th April 2022
We’re continuing to pick up some great job opportunities for our Careers Fair. This week we are welcoming aboard the NMI, Thoughtworks and Tumelo. There’s some great opportunities there with them which you can find on their pages (links below). We’d also like to highlight the MOD board which we are continuing to pick up their offerings. There’s the opportunity of sponsored training as well as their STEM offerings and there’s no greater time to get a career in defence. You can also earn while you learn with their Digital, Data, Technology and Cyber Fast Stream in the civil services. Worth popping along for a chat on the day we believe.
NMI is designed to help more businesses succeed
Building a successful business is becoming increasingly difficult and complex, especially if you need to enable payments. NMI technology powers innovation, opens up opportunity and democratizes the latest technology to help more businesses succeed. Check them out here.
We are a leading global technology consultancy that integrates strategy, design and software engineering to enable enterprises and technology disruptors across the globe to thrive as modern digital businesses. Find out more here.
Tumelo was established at Cambridge University, where our founders, Georgia, Will and Ben, campaigned for the sustainable investment of their university’s £6 billion fund.
They recognised a global problem: Millions of ordinary people contribute to our investment system through ISAs, workplace pensions, and other investments. Yet most have no visibility over where their money is going and no voice at the many companies they own through their investments. The result? A society that is disengaged and an investment system that is failing to address critical social, environmental and governance challenges. Check them out here.
Companies attending you can see as we add them on our Careers Companies List page – their jobs are on their linked pages.
The lineup of speakers and agenda for the day you can find on our Data Science Conference page.
The UKESF are asking for people to share this with the future generation so if you know any school girls or schools who might be tempted please let them know.
Technology is the future and Technology depends upon Electronics. There are still places spaces available on our upcoming Girls into Electronics events for your female pupils.
These, non-residential, events are being hosted by 10 leading universities, across the UK, this summer. The events are heavily subsidised and are ideal for girls in Year 10, 11 or 12, thinking about studying Electronics, Computer Science of Engineering. Participants will get the chance to hear from female staff and students at the university, also from female graduates working in the Electronics industry, have a tour of the universities’ facilities and get an introduction to microcontrollers. They will get to keep the microcontroller kit and get on-line support to complete a range of practical experiments. More information can be found on our website here: Girls into Electronics – UKESF.
If you are interested in any of our candidates please contact us at email@example.com to discuss. If any of you are looking for jobs then feel free to send us your requirements and we can put you on our candidate’s list.
Job(s) of the Week
There are some top jobs from our clients wanting to make a difference and ensure that they reach out to recruit a more diverse workforce. Please take a look and contact them if you are interested as often companies are open to discussing other openings with potential candidates also. For now, check out all of the jobs on our jobs board and get in touch if you want to reach out to our members at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re back this week online with the Codehub Hacknight, sign up on
April the 28th @ The Watershed, Central Bristol
The conference aims to provide an informal atmosphere for the discussion of research in semiconductor opto-electronics.
Quantum Computing Theory in Practice April the 11th – 13th
The third Quantum Computing Theory in Practice (QCTIP) workshop will be held at the University of Bristol, UK. Continuing the previous series of Heilbronn quantum algorithms meetings (2010-2019) hosted in Bristol and Cambridge, QCTIP fosters discussion between theorists and practitioners of quantum computing. The workshop includes keynote speakers, invited and contributed talks from academia and industry, a poster session and a panel discussion.
Others coming up that we have spotted you can find here.
As a suggestion from one of our lovely members (Thanks Gabs #1!), we have also set up a “buymeacoffee” page for those wanting to give us a small thank-you. Check it out here.
Women’s Tech Hub products
Candidates page advertises the skillsets of the women we have looking for roles in the area (and some of our male allies).
Jobs Board for those wanting to advertise specifically to our members in the area – check it out here.