Cambridge is world renowned as a university city that has played host to some of greatest minds ever known - from Isaac Newton to Stephen Hawking. Its status as a city that is home to a university consistently ranked as one of the top five in the world, is reflected by the fact that over 40% of its workforce has a higher education degree, more than twice the national average. Well connected to London with early morning trains that have commuters transported from platform to platform in just 53 minutes, living in picturesque Cambridge and commuting to London for work is an option. But watch out for employers at Milton, Sawston, Huntingdon, St Neots and some of the outlying areas around Cambridge.
Junior Business Intelligence/SQL Developer - Innovative Software/Scientific Company Business Intelligence, BI, SQL Server, SSIS, SSRS, SSAS, Excel, OLAP, eCommerce Rapidly growing team - Up to £32k - Cambridge Aspiring Business Intelligence/BI... more details
Chef de Partie - Cambridge City Centre - Luxury Hotel - 17 , 000 WHO AND WHERE? Job Title: Chef de Partie Establishment: 4* Luxury Hotel - Two AA Fine Dining Restaurant Average Covers: 40 lunch and 70 for dinner + Functions/Events Cuisine: modern... more details
Do you have experience of working within education sector? Do you have a proven track record of developing relationships and following a structured sales process? Are you looking for a new and exciting challenge? If yes, please read on as this maybe... more details
Our client is looking for an outstanding junior software engineer to join its small world-class team of technologists, developing a new and disruptive technology for mobile phone cameras. They are looking for a highly talented individual with a... more details
Personal Lines Account Handler Location – Cambridge Salary - £18, 000 - £24, 000 + 4% Bonus + 3% Pension + 20 Days Holiday + Exam Contributions +++ Would you like to be part of a leading specialist Insurance Broker that places great importance on... more details
At the heart of what is playfully known as Silicon Fen, due to the outlying fens, Cambridge is home to the headquarters of a number fast paced and up to the minute technology companies. Many of these industries stem from the university with economic strengths being in biosciences and software. A degree and most probably a masters is required for breaking into these fields. Cambridge Science Park on the north of the city has been home to the birth of many cutting-edge technology firms, providing employment for hundreds of the UK's finest minds.
The British Antarctic Survey has head offices in Antarctica and Cambridge and with a wide range of jobs including technical support, engineering, project management and backroom support.