We take a human approach to filling software development jobs.
Our philosophy is based on helping you find the right company as well as the right job.
Our clients range from small niche agencies to multi-national finance and pharmaceutical companies who need highly skilled software developers. Your preferences regarding working style and career development are as important as your technical skills when it comes to selecting a new position.
It is important to discuss with us whether you want high levels of responsibility, the opportunity to expand your knowledge, structured career development or the ability to carve your own path. Understanding these preferences helps us place you where you really want to be, and is the foundation of our long term success and strong client relationships.
At Cititec many of our clients are within the financial and pharmaceutical sectors, which need highly specific software for trading, transactions or modelling. The industries are highly regulated and fast moving so our clients need their software developers who can build applications which are designed to meet these demands.
Applications can use complex algorithms and sensitive information, so those in software development jobs need to produce top quality code which is reliable and accurate. They should also understand how their work impacts the company in order to interpret needs and carry out requirements gathering.
Typical skills and experience required by our clients for software development jobs include
- Multi-threaded programming
Our approach to software developer jobs is based on two elements: our technical knowledge and our human touch.
We work with software developers like you and can match your skills to the right role because we understand your industry and the technology involved. We do not simply perform skills matching though – your career needs are as important to us as your abilities.
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