IDEMS (Innovations in Development, Education and the Mathematical Sciences) International Community Interest Company has an expanding range of software development projects, focused on social impact, across diverse technology stacks. We are looking for software developers to join our teams under flexible full-time and part-time positions. We are also recruiting for a specific project, which is described further below.
IDEMS is a young, growing, social enterprise, registered as a not-for-profit community interest company. We have academic roots and aspirations of global impact. Our work is extremely varied, including software development, consultancy in the mathematical sciences to support development projects and education projects, particularly in Africa. Our areas of impact include agriculture, social development , school and university education and climate change. We are transitioning to move beyond consultancy and towards service-oriented business models.
We are expanding and expect to be recruiting multiple candidates through the course of 2021. We are looking for candidates with:
IDEMS offers permanent staff fully flexible working terms. We also have mechanisms to work with people on a part-time, contract and volunteer basis.
We are looking for permanent staff members who would start on a trial basis. Appointments would be expected to contribute to some of our existing projects which use a range of technologies including:
Staff members would also be able to manage their own projects, either by bringing existing work commitments with them or creating new ones. This would simply require the projects to align with IDEMS principles and not have negative financial implications for IDEMS. IDEMS is putting structures in place that give profitable staff members a say in how their surpluses are used for reinvestment and support of our community.
Informal enquiries are welcome at: enquiries ( at ) idems.international
Immediately, we are looking to recruit an experienced developer for a specific project beginning in early 2021, who could quickly integrate into our team and can work on tight timelines for demanding clients. The project has the potential to impact millions of low resource internet users across the world and is related to the broader Covid-19 response, hence the urgent timelines.
We are looking for candidates with:
Such candidates should expect a salary equivalent to the Grade 7 to Grade 8 range on the University of Oxford pay scales (£32,817 – £54,131). Candidates with less experience could also be considered in the Grade 6 range (from £29,176). IDEMS offers a generous, university-style pension scheme which matches 8% employee contributions with 18% employer contributions.
To apply, please send a CV and covering letter to: apply ( at ) idems.international
Deadline: 23:59 GMT 27 February 2020 – suitable applicants may be interviewed as they apply
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