Posted June 16, 2017 | Electronics, Software, Technology Industry | No Comments »

Our Latest Vacancies Throughout Glasgow & the West (16/06/17)

Enigma People Solutions is working on a variety of brilliant and interesting vacancies at the moment! All of these vacancies are situated in Glasgow and the West and range from a Front End (React) Developer at one the fastest growing digital learning companies in the UK to Senior Software Engineer at a thriving international company. So, take a look below and find out if we have the perfect role for you …

icon-electronics PHP Developer 

We’re looking for a skilled PHP Developer who has experience in mentoring other developers, has proven development skills in a Remote/Agile environment and displays a strong initiative. Our client is extremely well known for their restaurant reservation and table management software and are leaders in their sector, with customers in 61 countries around the world. This senior position will see you mentor others, plan and develop code whilst collaborating with other team members such as designers, sysadmins and product managers. If this sounds like it could be the role for you, click the link above for more details.

 

icon-electronics Front End (React) Developer – E-Learning

This is a great opportunity for an ambitious front-end web developer to join a thriving and creative team developing React applications for their e-learning platforms. If you are passionate about both existing and future web development techniques with a drive to continously self-improve, then this role could be for you! You will become part of a team of front and back-end developers, where you will work on supporting and enhancing their platform and other associated projects. Our client is one of the fastest growing and most creative digital learning companies in the UK. Click the link above for full details and to find out how to apply.

 

icon-electronics E-Learning Developer – Adobe Suite

We’re looking for an innovative and enthusiastic e-learning developer to join our client, one of the fastest growing and most creative digital learning companies in the UK. This role will see you take on responsibility for the development of exciting and engaging digital learning solutions using a range of eLearning authoring tools. If you have a minimum of 2 years experience in developing e-learning and have knowledge of eLearning authoring tools, such as Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline 2 and Articulate 360, then take a look at the full details above and get in touch!

 

icon-electronics Senior Software Engineer

We’re currently looking for an experienced Software Engineer to join our client’s strongly established, thriving business. The successful candidate will assist and lead in the development of embedded and web enabled software for industrial applications. If you’re enthusiastic and motivated with an ability to work in a team environment whilst being comfortable managing solo projects, this could be the role for you. Take a look at the full details here.

 

icon-electronics Microsoft Stack Web Developer 

Our client, one of Scotland’s largest and well-known digital agencies, is looking for a range of mid to senior level developers to join their rapidly expanding team. To be considered for this role, you will need to have experience of Microsoft .Net technology stack, a working knowledge/experience of developing web based solutions and an eagerness to learn and progress. Take a look at the full job ad to find out all the details.

 


 Enigma People is an award-winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest vacancies in digital, electronics and software in Scotland. You can get in touch with us hello@enigmapeople.com or call us on 0141 332 4422.

Follow us on Twitter,twitter  Linkedin LinkedInor Facebook  to keep up to date with our latest news and vacancies.

Continue Reading

Posted June 13, 2017 | Electronics | No Comments »

Our New Power Electronics Vacancies in Edinburgh

We have recently taken on a new project with an exciting, well-funded start-up business based in Edinburgh. Their ambition is to revolutionise the way in which electrical grids operate globally. To achieve this goal, our new client has set out to put together three new teams that will be challenged with bringing their solutions to life. Enigma People Solutions is proud to showcase these brilliant new vacancies below:

 

Simulation Technical Team Lead

 Your Role

A new R&D engineering team is being established to continue development of this project along with the existing core team. Simulation forms a core piece of all aspects of the R&D works, and as the technical leader of the simulation team you will be a key resource for all teams within the project. Reporting to the CTO you will manage the culture, providing assistance and direction through the design, testing and analysis process for the simulation team. You will also manage the technical development and support of all simulation environments over a number of different platforms. Find out more about this role by clicking the link above.

 

 Electrical Engineering Technical Team Lead

Your Role

Reporting directly to the CTO you will take a technical leadership role over a new R&D engineering team being established to complete this project along with the existing core team. As the technical team leader of the electrical and hardware aspects of the project you will manage the team culture, providing guidance and assistance through the design and analysis process. You will also manage the technical development and delivery of all physical design aspects of the project, all the way through to full commercialisation. Find out more about this role by clicking the link above.

  Systems Engineering Technical Team Lead

Your Role

Reporting directly to the CTO you will take a technical leadership role over control systems aspects of the project. As the technical team leader, you will manage the team culture, providing guidance and assistance through the design and analysis process. You will also manage the technical development of the monitoring, processing, software and control aspects of the project all the way through to full commercialisation. Find out more about this role by clicking the link above.
 

 

For any further information about this role or how to apply, contact matt@enigmapeople.com or call directly on 0141 332 4422.


Enigma People Solutions is an award-winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our electronics job search page here

Join our specialist InElectronics Group on LinkedIn for the latest industry news and vacancies. 

Or, follow us on Twitter @In_Electronics  twitter iconor Facebook  to keep up to date with our latest news and vacancies.

Continue Reading

Posted June 09, 2017 | Feature Friday, Technology Industry | No Comments »

Feature Friday – On the Horizon: Quantum Computing

This week, we’ve got a really interesting article from the brilliant people over at This Is Milk; the business transformation specialists based in Glasgow. Founded in 2013, This Is Milk set out to do things better. Their expertise lies within the realms of digital strategy and delivery which they use in order to help businesses “predict, understand and implement the changes required to successfully compete online in an ever-changing digital environment.”

This fifth instalment of their excellent “On the Horizon” blog series – in which they take a look at future business and society trends -explores Quantum Computing and the impact this could have. So let’s find out what they have to say…


On the Horizon: Quantum Computing

TIM - quantumcomp

This article was written by Denis Yordanov

Throughout the ‘On the Horizon’ series so far, we have looked at various technologies and innovations that can have a profound impact on business and society. There is one thread that runs through the four topics mentioned so far (self-driving cars, blockchain, industry 4.0, and AI) that serves as the foundation for those innovation, without which they would have been impossible, and that is computing. Computers have arguably shaped and reshaped our way of life in the last 20 years more than anything else has in that period of time. They are at the core of so many aspects of our lives that listing them will be pointless. Given the direction of development it stands to reason that the role computers play in our lives will continue to grow in the future. It’s all possible because of computing.

Computing can essentially be broken down into mathematical problems. Every action that a person executes at a computer is interpreted and resolved as maths problems by the computer. Traditional computers understand and store information through transistors, which can be either on or off. In programs this is represented by ‘bits’, which can be either 1 or 0. Simply put, ‘the language’ of our current computers is comprised of series of bits that are either 1s and 0s.  However, if those transistors are reduced to extremely small sizes they begin to exhibit quantum physics effects, such as ‘superposition’. ‘Superposition’ means that those bits can be both 1 and 0 at the same time, and in such state are called qubits. How is it possible for a qubit to be a 1 and a 0 at the same time? No one really knows definitively. But the implications of this ‘superposition’ state for computational power are astounding. If one qubit can store both 1 and 0 at the same time, then two qubits can store four values, three qubits can have six values, and so on, resulting in computing power ramping up exponentially.

The idea of quantum computing and the value that it holds have been around for a while. But more recently some organisations have been successful in reaching the elusive quantum computing state and have begun to harness its power. For example, IBM announced that it now offers free public access to its cloud-based 5 qubit quantum computer IBM Q, and also has plans to offer ~50 qubits systems commercially. Another example is D-Wave’s quantum computer that Google and NASA have been testing since 2013.

 

Enjoying the article so far? Click here to continue reading.


Enigma People is an award-winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest vacancies in digital, electronics and software in Scotland. You can get in touch with us hello@enigmapeople.com or call us on 0141 332 4422.

Follow us on Twitter,twitter  Linkedin LinkedInor Facebook  to keep up to date with our latest news and vacancies.

Continue Reading

Subscribe or follow for the latest job vacancies