Riada are recruiting for AquaQ Analytics in the North West.
AquaQ Analytics is a provider of specialist data management, data analytics and data mining products and services to clients operating within the capital markets and other sectors. They provide consultancy and software development assistance to clients on both a project team and on an individual consultant basis, helping clients get the most out of their data. Headquartered in Belfast and now expanding into the North West, the company has grown to over 200 consultants, servicing an ever-expanding global client base.
Due to continued growth and recent investment, AquaQ Analytics are expanding their presence in the North West. Partnering with Riada Resourcing, they have permanent opportunities for Java Developers ranging from Graduate to Senior level positions. Riada have strong connections in the L/Derry district after delivering on the recruitment needs of many businesses in the area for over 20 years and are looking forward to creating valuable IT employment opportunities and becoming the local point of contact for anyone interested in working for AquaQ Analytics.
As a developer with AquaQ Analytics, you will get the opportunity to deliver full end-to-end development projects for clients, from project inception to go-live. Benefits will include:
Dedicated Buddy to assist you when you start
Work from day 1 within a team of like-minded individuals
Regular reviews to facilitate accelerated career progression
Increasing holiday entitlement
Inclusion within company profit scheme after 6 months
Luke Simpson, Riada Business Manager, specialising in recruitment within the IT & Technology sector comments:
“It’s an exciting time to join AquaQ Analytics – continued growth combined with recent investment focusing on internal training, growth and acquisitions means the company is a great place to work. The technology sector in Northern Ireland is booming right now – we are looking forward to speaking with talented IT professionals and introducing them to AquaQ Analytics…”