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Digital and technology solutions professional (integrated degree) (ST0119)
DIGITAL TRANSIT LIMITED
What will the apprentice be doing?
Having won a large government
funded project for monitoring
train power lines we are expanding the team. You will be helping DTL in
developing this system.
Applicant's duties will include:
and creating models for vision applications
• Labelling and analysing
• Documenting quality requirements in JIRA and bitbucket
sprints and management meetings
Coordinating with project stakeholders and establishing requirements
• Code reviewsThings to consider
Responsibilities are to help and take
ownership of various products including: Autonomous Vision System
To develop code and use appropriate tools and
libraries. To perform various testing methods to verify the quality of written code. To adhere
and help to improve business systems in line with ISO9001:2015Qualifications
A Level or
Physics, Maths, Computer Science (Grade A or B)) essential
BTEC or equivalent BTEC or equivalent Computer Science
(Grade Distinction/very good pass) essential
Monday to Friday 5 days per week 9am to 5pm. There is flexibility
in theses start and finish times and some home working can be allowed by
agreement. The training will be mainly at our offices in Huddersfield/Lancaster
with day release at university.
For more information about this vacancy please contact Blackpool and the Fylde College on 01253 504343 (Ref ID: 242007)
Company website : https://www.digitaltransit.co.uk/
- • IT skills
Attention to detail
- • Problem solving skills
- • Logical
STANDARD & LEVEL
The successful candidate will work towards completing the Level 6 Digital and Technology Solutions Professional (integrated degree). Delivered by Blackpool and The Fylde College offering expert tuition and exceptional facilities.
Your B&FC apprenticeship is made up of several different elements and each one reflects your individual abilities and career goals. Our expert tutors and assessors have relevant industry experience and will support you to achieve all your goals.
Developing your skills at work is called on-the-job training, 20% of your apprenticeship (equal to one full day a week) will be ‘off-the-job’. This might include attending College, tackling projects, online learning, coaching, shadowing, or training for your job.
Stacks of support
Assessment mostly takes place in the workplace. When you start, you will be allocated a skills coach, who will visit you at least once a month to guide and support you and help you to plan for your future. We will also provide you with specialist support for your English and maths and for any additional needs that you make us aware of.
We would support
the apprentice after completion to become
a chartered member of the British
Computer Society. We provide structured development and mentoring by several of
our chartered engineer employees.
£16,000 a year
We will review wages
every 6 months