After four years of outsourcing, Lincoln-based firm Selenity is bringing software development back in house.
As the company continues to grow, Selenity is on the hunt for 11 new developers for its Lincoln offices and forecasts increasing the firm to 100 employees within the next 12 months.
With the offering of more advanced digital courses in Lincoln, the high calibre of graduates and the increased awareness of the business, Selenity CEO Neil Everatt has said it is the ‘right time’ to be able to attract both graduates and experienced developers and testers to the firm.
Neil Everatt, Chief Executive Officer at Selenity told Lincolnshire Business: “We are really excited to be moving all of our software development and testing back to our Lincoln base.
“It’s an amazing place to live with great digital skills ‘on tap’.
“With the availability of digital courses now on offer at the University of Lincoln and Lincoln College, high quality graduates that are looking for work has increased.
“Couple that with our exposure in the community and people’s awareness of what we do, we feel it’s the right time to be able to attract both experienced developers and Gen Z employees.
“Lincoln is striving to be at the forefront of digital technology and we are excited to be part of it.”