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Over the last few years we’ve seen huge growth here at Discovery Design, with a number of exciting developments taking place during this time and now we’re benefitting massively from the growth.
Previously we’ve always focused on having a small, skilled team instead of focusing on numbers, however, the time has come where we need more staff in order to help us with ever-increasing demand and with the increase in work we’ve recently acquired.
In order to continue to our expansion, we’re growing our team, with two amazing opportunities available!
We’re on the lookout for both a Web Developer and Web Developer Apprentice to join our team, passing on our years of research and development to new candidates and providing them with the opportunity to work within the industry to deliver innovative, quality and results-driven solutions to our clients.
We recognise there is a skill shortage in the North East, particularly in developer roles, which is why we are also looking for a Web Developer Apprentice to join the team in order to not only help grow the sector but also to give an opportunity to fresh local talent.
This development is just another way in which we’re looking to move forward in 2018, with so much more in the pipeline, we look forward to keeping you up to date with our growth throughout the year!
If you’re looking to join the Discovery Design team, you can find out more about our opportunities here.
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