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ITDev provides fully managed technology design services from its modern high-tech offices on the Southampton Science Park. Despite being a small company with a family atmosphere, our software and electronics designs touch the lives of millions of people every day. Whether it is through our contributions to the Android operating system, or through our work on broadcast equipment that delivers television content throughout the world, you have probably experienced the results of some of our projects already. We deliver design services for audio/video system development under our Imicast brand.

We are 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).

Our talented Software Engineers and Electronic Design Engineers work with companies to create world-class products. We typically develop:

  • Embedded systems
  • Device drivers
  • Mobile applications (e.g. for Android)
  • PC and web-based applications
  • FPGA solutions

Our staff like 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.

Current Vacancies

We are looking for high-calibre engineers who share our strong company values of empathy, trust, considered, passionate and smart.

We are particularly interested in engineers with experience of:

  • Machine vision
  • Image/video processing
  • Digital signal processing
  • Audio

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 are recruiting for our summer 2018 graduate intake. See vacancies below:

The primary role of the successful candidate will be to develop, test and support bespoke software predominantly on internal projects.

The ideal candidate will be targeting a 1st/2:1 in Software Engineering, Computer Science or similar degree from a leading university.

Salary guide: £17,000 pro-rata

If you feel that you are suited to this position then we would like to hear from you. Please see the application details below.

Download full job specification (PDF)

The primary role of the successful candidate will be to develop and support bespoke software for ITDev's clients. Typical projects include embedded software development under Microsoft, Linux and other embedded operating systems; microcontroller and DSP firmware, Android and Linux drivers. These are most frequently developed using C/C++.

The ideal candidate will be predicted this academic year a 1st/2:1 degree in Software Engineering, Computer Science or other STEM subject, from a leading university.

Salary guide: £27,000

If you feel that you are suited to this position then we would like to hear from you. Please see the application details below.

Download full job specification (PDF)

The primary role of the successful candidate will be to develop and support bespoke software for ITDev's clients. Typical projects include cloud based database systems; web-based applications and GUIs developed under Microsoft or Linux operating systems. These are most frequently developed using SQL, Python and PHP. Knowledge of C or C++ will be beneficial.

The ideal candidate will be predicted this academic year a 1st/2:1 degree in Software Engineering, Computer Science or other STEM subject, from a leading university.

Salary guide: £27,000

If you feel that you are suited to this position then we would like to hear from you. Please see the application details below.

Download full job specification (PDF)

The primary role of the successful candidate will be to develop FPGA designs for ITDev's clients using VHDL or Verilog. 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 predicted this academic year a 1st/2:1 in Electronic Engineering or a similar degree from a leading university.

Salary guide: £27,000

If you feel that you are suited to this position then we would like to hear from you. Please see the application details below.

Download full job specification (PDF)

Company Benefits

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

  • Flexible working.
  • Pension scheme.
  • Health cover.
  • 25 days holiday per year, plus bank holidays.
  • Childcare vouchers for eligible staff via salary sacrifice.
  • Free membership of professional institutions (IET).
  • Regular appraisals and quarterly update meetings with your mentor to review your personal objectives.
  • Free car parking.
  • And free fruit!

We run a reward scheme where all staff can recognise any employee 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

To apply for a position at ITDev, please send your CV with a covering letter to email. Please quote the reference ID and explain why you are suited to this position. Please only apply if you have an unrestricted right to work in the UK (see "Workers from outside the EU" below). We will only respond to individual applicants. Strictly no agencies and no canvassers.

Equal opportunities

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

Workers from outside the EU

ITDev does not have a UK Border Agency sponsor license, and so we are currently unable to sponsor workers from outside the European Economic Area. All candidates that are invited for interview will be requested to bring documentation to confirm their identity and their unrestricted right to work in the UK.

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