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Fullstack Trainer

Locations: London

Salary: £46,500 - £71,000 with profit share of £5,500 - £13,000

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In brief

A rare opportunity to be a part of our fast-growing technology company training groups of software apprentices. An ideal role for an experienced developer who might be looking to move into more formal teaching/training.

The role

  • You are passionate about software development and enjoy talking to others about it
  • You are excited by helping learners progress their understanding of development
  • You enjoy collaborating with and supporting others
  • You are comfortable with ambiguity and adapting the course material to meet the needs of your learners

About Softwire

Softwire is a leading digital software consultancy. We offer services in software engineering, design, innovation, cloud, mobile and data.

Trusted by well-known organisations, including the BBC, David Lloyd Clubs, LNER and The Cabinet Office, Softwire has grown into a business that consistently delivers large, high-profile digital projects for the UK’s leading brands.

But who are we actually?

We’re innovators. We’re passionate problem-solvers in both software engineering and digital design. We are dedicated. And we love what we do.

It all started when our founders Pete, Dan, and Phil realised that there was a better way to do things. A way that delivers results without squeezing the fun out of what we do. A way that is never corporate, but always professional.

When you work with Softwire, you’re not only becoming part of a team with in-depth technical skills and delivery expertise – you’re joining a team filled with passion, guile, and an absolute dedication to producing the best work possible.

Voted in the Sunday Times as one of the Top 100 Companies to Work For (now known as Best Companies), you’ll be working in a thriving environment full of innovation, devotion, and outright electricity.

What we stand for

Here at Softwire, we hold four key values at the core of everything we do:

  • We really care about what we do
    When we say we care, we honestly mean it. Our work is our passion, and everything that comes through our doors is treated with the utmost respect and with the same level of care that we’d treat our own work. Because honestly – we really do care.
  • We trust and are trustworthy
    We’re not micromanagers. We place a level of trust in each member of our team to work their hardest and produce the best they can achieve. This is an innovative but fun place to work – and we trust that you’ll meet our standards.
  • We are kind
    Clients come to us with complex, exciting, but often challenging projects. And we are the friendly face that will help them reach their goals – and be with them for the long run. Our team is open, accepting, and always ready to accept new ideas. Because after all, in a world where being kind is free – why be anything but?
  • We are fun
    When you’re working at the forefront of technology, every day is different. And in this fast-paced environment, we realise that work isn’t always going to be fun. Some days can be stressful, but despite this, we know the importance of enjoying ourselves. Because at the end of the day, we spend a lot of time at work – so we might as well have fun while we’re there.

Experience and qualifications


  • At least three years’ experience in industry with some combination of the following technologies: Core web technologies, i.e. HTML & CSS,  JavaScript and experience with back-end development, ideally C# or Java
  • Experience with helping others develop their skills through coaching, teaching, mentoring, tutoring or something similar. This can have been as part of your professional role or informally through volunteering.
  • As cohorts generally consist of around 15 learners, you will need to be comfortable speaking to groups and in 1:1 mentoring situations.

Nice to have:

  • Experience working closely with other job roles, such as designers and product owners
  • Experience collaborating with clients or stakeholders, including clarifying requirements and presenting work at sprint demos


Softwire operates transparent pay scales and a profit share scheme based on role and overall company performance

  • Base salary is based on experience in role and ranges from Salary: £46,500 – £71,000
  • Profit share for this role in the last 4 years has been between £5,500 – £13,000 (on a full-time, annual basis).
  • Pension: Additional 5% of salary

Additional benefits

  • 25 days annual leave (with the option to buy and sell)
  • Time off for company-wide morale activities, time off for charitable / CSR activities
  • Free annual eye test, income protection, cycle to work, electric vehicle lease schemes, and payroll charity donations.

For further details on benefits click here

Equal-opportunities employer

Softwire is an equal-opportunities employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, disability, gender including gender reassignment, marriage and civil part-nership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, or any other protected status. All matters related to employment are decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need.