Short-term Developer Contracts

For many of our hiring partners, recent events have impacted dramatically on both core business operations and workforce management. Agility around increased reliance on technical support applies to both a workforce, now fully remote, and all customer interactions – now also fully remote! It’s a challenge  for many. Within this environment, Code Institute developers are well equipped for remote working, and are ready to be deployed immediately on short- to medium-term projects via temp contracts or for permanent roles through direct hiring. 

Our temp contracts are a simple, effective solution. This can simplify hiring via a central, singular contractual relationship with Code Institute for the duration of your contract, and ease business pressures immediately, without long-term commitment. 

A dedicated in-house recruitment team means that we have a personal relationship with our developers and alumni. We are perfectly placed to match an employer’s needs with developers’ individual talents. This means your business can benefit from a flexible, engaged, educated and experienced workforce to support technical teams and project completion.

Highly Suitable Teams Include:

  • Junior development projects ( Full Stack, Python, JavaScript, CSS, HTML)
  • European based – Fluency in business English, and additional languages are also available
  • Technical Consultancy – High level of previous industry experience
  • Technical Support – Web-based applications.
  • Remote Working – Trained in remote working practices. 

Contact Jane Gormley to discuss your talent requirements careers@codeinstitute.net

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