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At ADM, we’re always on the look-out for talented and committed engineers, from 1st line through to senior grade experience. We also like to hear from people with the right background and drive to join our IT advisor team.

If you’re the kind of person who wants a challenging but rewarding job, where you’ll get regular training and loads of opportunities to develop your potential, keep an eye on this page. If you’re also the kind of person who likes to don lycra and cycle to work in Canterbury, too, so much the better. We won’t hold it against you if you don’t, but you’d be in good company (and it does help to burn off the doughnuts).

We don’t always have vacancies. Any we do have will be listed here. But even if you don’t see what you’re looking for and you’re keen to work for us, we’re happy to hear from you.

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Please send your CV with a covering note to Daniel Ibbertson. NO AGENCIES PLEASE.

Job Title: Apprentice Software Developer

Location: Canterbury

Salary: £200 – £300 per week depending on experience


We are currently interviewing this year’s intake for a potential candidate to take part In our Software Developer apprenticeship program. Successful applicants will have the chance of working together within our dedicated team of SharePoint developers. You will work towards your Software Developer (level 4) certificate, this being completed predominantly online, with some self-study and exams taking place at a local test centre when necessary. The Software Developer course includes two core modules and an internationally recognised vendor qualification which will assist you in becoming a knowledgeable and adept SharePoint developer. These will include the following content; Software Development Methodologies, Software language, BCS Systems Development Essentials, Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3 and Developing ASP.NET MVC Web Applications.

About ADM

With over 45 current staff, ADM has been one of the South East’s leading and most trusted IT service partners since 1984. With staff averaging a stay of over 10.5 years since ADMs establishment, It’s fair to say we offer a fun, friendly and challenging environment for hardworking staff to develop within.

About the Role & Daily Tasks

You will be working within our SharePoint team of dedicated developers. As a member of this department you will be tasked with working on a variety of different SharePoint projects. These projects will involve; coding new solutions and providing ongoing support, but also the development and maintenance of existing applications. Weekdays, 9.00AM to 5.30PM with a total of 1 hour break per day.

Soft Skills

  • Good written and verbal English communication skills.
  • Must possess a high degree of patience and willingness to learn and improve.
  • Must be well organised, able to effectively prioritise tasks, and be able to correctly manage your time and projects from concept to production.
  • Must be able to brainstorm with others, thrive in a collaborative team environment, multi task, and quickly adapt to change.
  • Must possess the ability to work well individually and within a team in a manner that is healthy to our positive and productive work environment.


  • 3 A Levels (Grade A-C) or equivalent.
  • Math and English GCSE C or above required.
  • Distinction or A’s in IT level 2 or 3.

Technical Skills

Must have:

  • Know at least one programming language to an advanced level with at least some experience with JS.
  • Good Object Oriented Programming practices.
  • Web development knowledge/experience (e.g. HTML, CSS basics).
  • General understanding of the Web, HTTP, Server and Client.
  • Comfortable using browser developer tools.
  • Comfortable with basic CS terms such as; design pattern, module/package, front end development, back end development, algorithms, API, AJAX/Async, open source, bug, cloud storage & responsive.

Should have:

  • Git Version Control – understand CLI and how Git works.
  • At least some evidence of JS development, even if just experimental.
  • Understanding of logical diagrams and more advanced CS terms and their implications such as; big data, bigO efficiency, functional programming, preprocessor, transpiler, access time, scoping, security and permissions modelling/auditing.


  • Must have evidence of personal projects/programming during personal time as a hobby/passion.

Future prospects and career progression

  • We would hope the successful candidate would continue to progress as a member of the SharePoint Team to become an invaluable asset to the department and company.

Job Type: Apprenticeship

Salary: £200 – £300 per week depending on experience

We also like to help our clients find top-quality candidates. If that’s you, any of the roles below tickle your tastebuds, send your CV and a covering letter to Daniel Ibbertson and we’ll take a look.