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GRADUATE – IT AND WEB DEVELOPER - Inverness & Highlands

Web Development
Ref: 827 Date Posted: Friday 14 Jul 2017

Pure Energy Centre (PEC) based in Unst Shetland, is a renewable and energy storage company committed to the development, manufacture and deployment of clean sustainable solutions based on green technologies. This 24-month project opportunity will develop advanced web based software to support PEC’s web ranking and attract new targeted leads.

This placement is part of the Knowledge Exchange Placement Programme  (KEPP) – //

The successful candidate will facilitate knowledge exchange between the Pure Energy Centre and a yet to be appointed Scottish University.

PEC requires a stronger web presence to increase its growth potential through the use of advanced computational techniques such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), fuzzy logic, or other’s identified during the project.

The successful candidate will be based in Unst, Shetland but will be expected to undertake travel to the University, on an as required basis, during the 24-month placement.

For informal enquiries regarding this position please contact Karla Sam-Sin Highlands and Islands Enterprise ScotGrad Team, T: 0300 013 5140, E:

The preferred start date is September/October 2017; however this is flexible depending on the availability of the successful candidate.

This position is part funded by Highlands and Islands Enterprise, the European Regional Development Fund and the Scottish Funding Council.

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