Snowflake Software is an award-winning provider of on-premise and cloud-based software solutions, consultancy and training for loading, managing and sharing data within the aviation, defence, and data provider markets.
The company has built its reputation as an expert in data exchange, and is proud to have won a number of prestigious industry awards for its work, including two-time SESAR Master Class winner, recipient of the 2013 Geospatial Technology Company of the Year, and winner of the 2015 IHS Jane’s ATC Award.
With offices in Southampton and Washington DC, Snowflake Software offers a diverse and unique environment to work in. Customers range from market leaders to innovative pioneers, giving their developers the chance to sink their teeth (and code) into cutting-edge projects in some truly amazing industries.
Everyone works in one large open plan office, with no separate cubicles – even the founders don’t have their own office! The team can work where they like in the office, wear what they like and start and finish the day at a time that suits them – it’s about working in a way that brings out the best in people.
With a collaborative culture, the Snowflake team can often be found doing something social together, whether that’s heading to the local roller-disco, kayaking, F1 simulators, pub quizzes, ghost walks and bake offs to name but a few. Their culture comes from the unique mix of staff – a near 50/50 male/female split from over 10 different nationalities.
They’re big fans of Agile development and use it extensively (with all the latest tools) to deliver first rate software products to a global customer base. As a specialist company, they pride themselves in being able to couple technical excellence in software engineering with a strong understanding of customer’s needs. They have a number of graduate positions available from Software Developers to Technical Engineers.
Snowflake is also giving the chance for undergraduates to secure a paid summer internship by winning their Code Off. Come prepared to cut code – no interviews, no application forms, no essays. Just your developer skills, some pizza and a few beers.