Stand: M09

mkodo was founded in 2001 and is located in Shoreditch, Central London with a second office in Newcastle Upon Tyne. We provide industry leading mobile apps and engagement products to a global portfolio of clients.

Type of opportunity offered

> Graduate schemes 2017-2018

> Internships/work experience


Sector offered

> IT and Technology  


About mkodo

Well-known for our ability to deliver high-quality and commercially viable mobile technology to budget and on time, mkodo is growing and expanding in ambition and personnel. You will work on highly advanced Mobile products that are used by thousands of people on a daily basis. As Graduates you will have an opportunity to make a direct impact on how our products look and work. We also have regular team events and an employer who encourages growth and progression. If that is not enough, we have a supply of fresh fruits and biscuits and Friday evening beers!

We are looking for Graduate developers and are offering placement opportunities for developers. You are rotated through the major development disciplines within our business namely: Java Core, Java front end, Android, iOS (iPhone/ipad), HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript, QA and System administration.

To do this role you will need a good understanding of one of these disciplines: Java, Objective C/Cocoa (iOS), HTML, CSS3, JavaScript, Test driven development. An understanding of remote server connectivity over HTTP, with XML/JSON and RESTful API's is an advantage.

For a placement opportunity you need enthusiasm, motivation, ambition and talent, plus an understanding and some experience of an object orientated programming language. For all our positions you need excellent spoken and written English.

The relevant degree disciplines are Computer Science, IT, software Engineering. We offer extensive training during your rotational year and you are guided and assisted to develop your core skills with the object of specialising in 1-2 of our disciplines.


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