EXPERTS are begining to call Glasgow the ‘tech hub of Scotland’, according to one hi-tech firm.
Manchester and London-based software firm ThoughtWorks is expanding and the company and is looking to Glasgow as its scours the city for talent.
Primarily, the company is looking for Java Developers who may be searching for new mountains to conquer.
Maneesh Subherwal, ThoughtWorks market principal, said: “We are always on the look out for passionate personalities to join our team, and this venture is no different.
“It is a very exciting time for technology businesses in Glasgow due to the opening of the Strathclyde university technology and innovation centre this year.
“This is undoubtedly attracting talent to the area as the facility aims to bring academics and professionals together to work on new and forward-looking technologies.
“As a result, Glasgow is starting to be recognised as the tech hub of Scotland — and ThoughtWorks is looking to become a key part in fostering and actively supporting the ongoing growth of the city and its vibrant tech community.
“We want people who like a challenge and are able to manage working on complex, engaging delivery projects as part of high-performing and diverse teams.
“This could also mean working on projects further afield in Europe, so there’s always the opportunity to travel.
“We like to push the boundaries at ThoughtWorks and want to work alongside others that share the same goal.”
If you are interested and want to find out more, go to the ThoughtWorks website at www.thoughtworks.com.