Posted on June 15, 2018 by staff

Northcoders grows team with three appointments


Coding bootcamp Northcoders has added three new team members to its ranks.

The Manchester-headquartered firm was recently selected as one of the country’s brightest tech stars in Creative England’s CE50 list.

Steph Slater will become its talent and partnership co-ordinator while designer Alanna Chamberlain will focus on developing the company’s branding across  on and offline communications platforms and Lucy Adams will oversee all digital marketing and social media activities.

“2018 is turning out to be a ground-breaking and record year for Northcoders but we never forget that the talent of our team is at the very heart of our success,” said co-founder James Brooke.

“We are really pleased to welcome Lucy, Alanna and Steph – especially as their expertise and experience are already adding value.”

Northcoders also announced that all eight graduates from its first ever Developer Pathway course found junior software developer jobs within ten days.

The Developer Pathway is divided into six two-week blocks and allows students to progress their coding education at their natural pace.

Brooke explained to BusinessCloud last year how Northcoders has helped a wide range of people – including an astroturf salesman – change careers.