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Are you passionate about technology and people?

Are you looking to develop your career in a progressive and exciting environment?

ITDev is an award winning company with a strong business culture. We are looking for high-calibre engineers, who share our company values, to join us. Our culture and way of working has been recognised in the South Coast Tech Awards where we were the winner of the 'Tech Employer' category. ITDev was also a finalist in the 'Best Company to Work for' category in the Solent Business Awards. Both these awards attract entries from the most outstanding and high achieving companies in the south coast region.

We are a friendly bunch who enjoy meeting up for walks, bicycle rides, climbing wall meet-ups and meals out. These activities are open to all and we are regularly joined by customers and friends.

ITDev hosts two annual social events for employees and their families. These are the summer barbecue and the Christmas party. The Christmas party is usually held over a weekend, in a hotel, at the company's expense.

Our modern offices are based on the prestigious Southampton Science Park, conveniently located on the outskirts of Southampton close to the M27 and M3, and easily commutable from the south of the M4 (Newbury: 40 mins, Basingstoke: 35 mins). We have an on-site lab as well as facilities to build and re-build prototype hardware.

Our talented Software Engineers and Electronic Design Engineers create world-class products for our clients. We typically develop:

  • Embedded systems
  • Device drivers
  • FPGA solutions
  • PC, mobile and web-based applications

Our team likes working for ITDev for many reasons including: we have a wide variety of projects; we are constantly learning new technologies; we have a calm and relaxed work environment; the work is fun and enjoyable; we have a great family atmosphere. To see what we've been up to recently, take a look at our Facebook page and our Twitter account.

Current Vacancies

We are particularly interested in engineers with experience of:

  • Telecommunications
  • Signal processing techniques
  • Video / image / audio processing and compression
  • Industrial control systems
  • Artificial intelligence (AI) / machine learning
  • Computer vision

If you are looking to work for a growing consultancy where everyone works as part of a team and you are excited by varied, technically challenging, cutting-edge projects, then we want to hear from you. We welcome speculative applications from top quality engineers at all levels from junior to senior, for either permanent or contract work. Also, if you are interested in future job opportunities then we would love to take your details so that we can let you know when a suitable vacancy arises.

You only need to apply for one vacancy, and we will consider you for all the relevant jobs we have open. If you’re not sure which job is right for you, please call the Recruitment Team on 023 8000 2909.

We have the following vacancies (strictly no agencies and no canvassers):

This senior team member will take a leading role in the development and support of FPGA firmware for ITDev clients using VHDL, Verilog or System Verilog. The work will involve preparing proposals and quotes, architecting systems, running Agile development teams, liaising with clients, and contributing to all areas of the development lifecycle.

At ITDev you can expect a diverse range of projects and the suitable candidate will be flexible and willing to apply their expertise both to new solutions or prototypes, as well as extending and improving existing solutions across many domains.

Candidates must have experience of software development and must enjoy taking on software tasks from time to time. They must be a strong and passionate engineer, who loves helping and nurturing other engineers.

The successful candidate will have at least 5 years of experience developing digital IP for FPGA or ASIC.

Experience of some of the following is desirable: Signal processing, SDR, RFSOCs, Vitis, HLS and UVM.

Salary guide: £43,000 to £57,000 + uncapped profit share.

Apply: If you feel you are suited to this position, we would love to hear from you. Please click on this link to apply.

This senior team member will take a leading role in the development and support of bespoke software for ITDev clients. The work will involve preparing proposals and quotes, architecting systems, running Agile development team(s), liaising with clients, and contributing to all areas of the software development lifecycle. They must be a strong, passionate, software engineer, who loves helping and nurturing other engineers. Typical work includes developing:

  • Embedded Linux software.
  • Linux drivers.
  • Microcontroller code.
  • Signal processing code.

The successful candidate will have at least 5 years of experience developing embedded software and solid experience in each stage of the SDLC. Extensive experience with C/C++, Agile and either Git or SVN is essential. Experience with Python is desirable.

Salary guide: £43,000 to £57,000 + uncapped profit share.

Apply: If you feel you are suited to this position, we would love to hear from you. Please click on this link to apply.

The primary role of the successful candidate will be to develop and support bespoke software for ITDev clients within an Agile team. They will contribute to all areas of the software development lifecycle. They must be a strong, passionate, software engineer, who loves working closely with other engineers. Typical work includes developing:

  • Embedded Linux software.
  • Linux drivers.
  • Microcontroller code.
  • Signal processing code.

The successful candidate will have at least 2 years of experience developing embedded software and must be familiar with the full software development lifecycle. Experience with C/C++ and either Git or SVN is essential. Experience with Python and Agile is desirable.

Salary guide: £30,000 to £45,000 + uncapped profit share.

Apply: If you feel you are suited to this position, we would love to hear from you. Please click on this link to apply.

The primary role of the successful candidate will be to develop FPGA designs for ITDev's clients using VHDL or Verilog, from our modern offices on the Southampton Science Park. We offer a broad range of services from specification and design, right through to evaluation and production test support. As such, this role is likely to include some involvement at every stage of the design cycle.

In addition, opportunities will be available to gain experience in software development, and the perfect candidate will demonstrate an interest and aptitude in both hardware and software.

The ideal candidate will be graduating from university in this academic year with a degree in Electronic Engineering or a closely related subject.

Salary guide: £29,000 + uncapped profit share.

Apply: If you feel you are suited to this position, we would love to hear from you. Please click on this link to apply.

The primary role of the successful candidate will be to develop and support bespoke software for ITDev's clients from our modern offices on the Southampton Science Park. Typical projects include embedded software development on Linux, FreeRTOS and other operating systems; microcontroller and DSP firmware; Android and Linux drivers. These are most frequently developed using C/C++ in an Agile team.

The ideal candidate will be graduating from university in this academic year with a degree in Software Engineering, Computer Science or a closely related subject.

Salary guide: £29,000 + uncapped profit share.

Apply: If you feel you are suited to this position, we would love to hear from you. Please click on this link to apply.

The successful candidate will have opportunities to work on electronics and software projects - developing, testing and supporting modules, systems and tools.

On the electronics side, the work is likely to involve developing FPGA IP blocks using VHDL. Prior experience with VHDL or Verilog will be beneficial.

On the software side, the work is likely to involve programming in C, C++, or Python.

ITDev provides consultancy and design services in a fast moving environment, so your project allocations may not be known until you start working here, and they are likely to change during the year. You are likely to be exposed to a broad range of projects and activities which will be great for your learning and development.

The ideal candidate will be studying Electronic Engineering or a similar degree, and will have a strong aptitude for practical work.

Salary guide: £22,000

Apply: If you feel you are suited to this position, we would love to hear from you. Please click on this link to apply.

Learn more about our internships by reading blogs from our interns: Ben, Matthew and Claudine.

The primary role of the successful candidate will be to develop, test and support bespoke software on internal and external (client) projects, and there may be opportunities to maintain and support IT infrastructure, such as Linux servers.

Typical programming languages include: Python, PHP, C and C++.

The ideal candidate will be studying Software Engineering, Computer Science or a similar degree, and will have a strong aptitude for programming.

Salary guide: £22,000

Apply: If you feel you are suited to this position, we would love to hear from you. Please click on this link to apply.

Learn more about our internships by reading blogs from our interns: Ben, Matthew and Claudine.

The successful candidate will have opportunities to work on electronics and/or software projects - developing, testing and supporting modules, systems and tools.

On the electronics side, the work may involve developing FPGA IP blocks using VHDL. Prior experience with VHDL or Verilog will be beneficial.

On the software side, the work may involve programming in C, C++, or Python.

ITDev provides consultancy and design services in a fast moving environment, so your project allocations may not be known until you start working here, and they may change during the summer. You are likely to be exposed to a number of projects and activities which will be great for your learning and development.

The ideal candidate will be studying Electronic Engineering or a similar degree, and will have a strong aptitude for practical work.

Period: Mid-June for 10 to 12 weeks.

Salary guide: £17,500

Apply: If you feel you are suited to this position, we would love to hear from you. Please click on this link to apply.

Learn more about our internships by reading blogs from our interns: Ben, Matthew and Claudine.

The primary role of the successful candidate will be to develop, test and support bespoke software predominantly on internal projects, and there may be opportunities to maintain and support IT infrastructure, such as Linux servers.

Typical programming languages include: Python, PHP, C and C++.

The ideal candidate will be studying Software Engineering, Computer Science or a similar degree, and will have a strong aptitude for programming.

Period: Mid-June for 10 to 12 weeks.

Salary guide: £17,500

Apply: If you feel you are suited to this position, we would love to hear from you. Please click on this link to apply.

Learn more about our internships by reading blogs from our interns: Ben, Matthew and Claudine.

Company Benefits

We offer a fantastic range of benefits including (for full-time, permanent positions):

  • Uncapped profit share (20% of net profit distributed to the team).
  • Flexible working.
  • Potential remote working.
  • Continuous mentoring.
  • Free membership of professional institution (IET for engineers).
  • Pension scheme.
  • Health cover.
  • Sports and social events.
  • 25 days holiday per year, plus bank holidays.
  • Childcare vouchers for eligible staff via salary sacrifice.
  • Free car parking.
  • And free fruit!

We run a reward scheme where a team member can recognise any other team member that acts in a way that exemplifies our company values, by sending them a value card. Each month we pick two cards at random with the recipients receiving a small prize!

ITDev organises a range of sports and social activities. Based in Southampton, we have the delights of the Solent and the New Forest on our doorstep.

Application Details

Please apply for the most relevant job above using the link provided for that job. For speculative applications, please send a covering email to jobs@itdev.co.uk with your CV attached.

Our recruitment team will acknowledge your application by email within a few days. If you do not receive this please check your Junk folder (to prevent our emails from being treated as SPAM you could configure your email client to allow all emails from itdev.co.uk).

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Strictly no agencies and no canvassers.

Equal Opportunities

We are an equal opportunities employer (see our code of conduct for more information).

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