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Graduate Software Engineer

Beverley HU17
£10 per hour



The Humber Internships Programme (HIP) offers 12-week internships and is a great way to make an impact, gain invaluable industry knowledge and start making your mark.

If you’re aged 18+, live in Hull, East Riding, North or North East Lincolnshire and are studying full-time or have graduated at degree level (or equivalent) a HIP internship could be the perfect fit for you.

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**Please note due to the limited time remaining on this project, we are now only accepting general enquiries from those available to work full-time immediately. Post graduate students should enquire only if they want to apply for a specific HIP part-time role.**

**Full/Part-Time Graduate Opportunity**

FanGo Ltd

Role Title:

Graduate Software Engineer


Beverley, HU17

Hourly Rate:



15-32 hours per week, flexible depending on chosen candidate


12 weeks minimum initial internship, with a view to turn permanent if successful

Overview of Opportunity

FanGo develops bespoke event management software including ticket booking, meeting room hire plus food and drink pre-orders and payments. FanGo’s technology eliminates administrative tasks thereby increasing productivity, opening new revenue streams and enhancing customer service.

The purpose of the Graduate Software Engineer role is to support the development team in the roll out of the FanGo software. This is a technical role to support the design, development and maintenance of FanGo software to suit a range of client needs, with the intern gaining experience as a Fullstack Developer, working with many web technologies including: HTML. CSS, Javascript, React, Node JS and Content Management Systems. This internship will ideally become a permanent position at FanGo if the internship is deemed successful.

Role Description

  • Design, develop and test reusable frontend components. These components will be used across multiple sites and systems
  • Assist development of customer requested features to the FanGo systems
  • Assist with development of static sites via a content management system and static site generator
  • Support the company director with process automation
  • Resolve issues and improve regression testing
  • Present to the director on a relevant technical topic fortnightly

Skills and Experience (Essential):

  • Exposure to any programming language considered
  • Software design/architecture skills
  • Ability to investigate, gather and record requirements
  • Debugging skills and a methodical approach to problem finding
  • Have an obvious passion and interest in computer science
  • Hold a strong mathematical/scientific background

Skills and Experience (Desirable):

  • Any existing Javascript skills advantageous, but not essential
  • Some React skills advantageous, but not essential
  • Some Node.js skills advantageous, but not essential
  • An enthusiasm to learn and work within a small team


  • A recent graduate or finalist in Computer Science or Physics (or another related subject if relevant)
  • B Grade or above in GCSE Mathematics (or equivalent qualification/grade)

Potential for Permanent Employment (if applicable):

  • Yes, this opportunity has the intention of becoming permanent following a successful internship

Permission to work in the UK

All applicants must be authorised to work in the UK.

Please include one of the following statements in your CV or covering letter when applying for this role.

  • I am eligible to work in the UK without restriction
  • I am eligible to work in the UK with restriction
  • I have no eligibility to work in the UK in the post applied for and would need a Certificate of Sponsorship or other permission in order to take up employment



The project has received £900,000.00 of funding from the European Social Fund as part of the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme in England. The Department for Work and Pensions is the Managing Authority for the England European Social Fund programme. Established by the European Union, the European Social Fund helps local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support skills development, employment and job creation, social inclusion and local community regenerations. For more information visit https://www.gov.uk/european-growth-funding


15-32 hours per week, flexible depending on chosen candidate


An initial 12-week internship
  • Deadline for responses 11 December 2022

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Applications are currently closed for this job.