Software tech at Sage means giving businesses of all sizes the technology to better manage everything from money to people. As a Software Engineer here, you'll be part of a global market leader but with a very local heart. Led by Glassdoor's top scoring UK CEO during the Covid-19 crisis, we're a FTSE 100 tech company with over 13,000 colleagues globally and we continually give back to our local communities.
This isn't just a Software Engineer role working with a product that businesses around the world depend on. It's a fantastic opportunity to learn and be part of something amazing, right here up North! You'll work alongside a team of local tech specialists, honing your skills and knowledge. And, as you continually aim for world-class solutions, you'll become a key player in the development of one of the most innovative financial tech solutions - our SME accounting software.
There's a reason why businesses around the world depend on Sage platforms. It's because we innovate. As a Software Engineer you're at the controls making decisions that will make a difference to users all over the world. Our software engineers are creative, freethinking and you'll receive all the encouragement and training you need to make sure you can realise your own ideas. Our Software Engineer will:
Sage is a global company built on the unique personalities and characteristics of 13,000 colleagues across 24 countries. The market leader for cloud-based accounting, financials, enterprise management, people and payroll software, we empower the world's business heroes. Steve Hare has been recognised by colleagues as the top scoring CEO on Glassdoor throughout the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, due to the high levels of communication and engagement throughout. As a worldwide FTSE 100 company, we do business the right way while giving back to our local communities. By giving each colleague five paid days a year to support the Sage Foundation, they can volunteer in whatever way they feel best. We believe in building a culture where colleagues feel they can bring their whole selves to work. Where people know they'll be judged on their performance and behaviours - not their identity. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment and not discriminated against based on their race, colour, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin or disability.