We are excited to announce that as part of our work to expand our focus on digital adoption we are recruiting for four new roles

We are looking for individuals who are excited about helping other organisations grow through the use of digital technology, whether that's through broader exploration of digital tools or through practical technical implementation.

The roles and activities form part of the North of Tyne Digital Adoption Programme, and share responsibility in the programme's delivery and management, working alongside the Head of Digital Adoption and wider Software City team. 

If you are interested in any of the roles, you can apply by sending your CV and supporting letter to adam.hill@sunderlandsoftwarecity.com before the deadline of Friday 5th February. 

We actively encourage applications from people of under-represented groups as we strive to increase diversity in our workplace. 

Digital Adoption Manager 

Working closely with a team of technology experts and consultants the Digital Adoption Manager will oversee and support the delivery of workshops, seminars and one-to-one activities with clients from a broad range of sectors. Read the full job description here.

User Experience Designer

This is an exciting opportunity to work on a wide-ranging portfolio of UX and graphic design projects with companies and organisations from all sectors helping them to further their digital maturity. Read the full job description here.
 

Solutions Architect

Working in close collaboration with clients, the Solutions Architect will use business analysis and design thinking skills to develop practical system specifications, detailed development plans and documentation that can be used to support digital adoption. Read the full job description here.
 

Software Specialist

A technology generalist, the role will primarily inform the design of solutions, produce prototypes and actively develop digital tools based on the needs and requirements of clients from a wide range of sectors. Read the full job description here.