A Bradford technology research and development firm is on the look out for the next generation of engineers.
The Advanced Digital Institute (ADI), based at Salts Mill in Saltaire, is expecting to make an initial six new appointments necessitated by their recent, significant breakthroughs in digital health technology.
ADI is currently working on a range of digital apps and platforms in conjunction with key healthcare stakeholders, as well as many other industrial and commercial technologies.
ADI chief executive John Eaglesham said: “We’re at a pivotal point in the development of ADI. The success of our health apps and other research programmes has necessitated a rapid expansion in our workforce and we are keen to attract the engineers of the future.
“We attended the Leeds Digital Job Fair recently and spoke with many capable candidates however we would urge anyone interested in a career at the cutting edge of digital technology to visit our website for the latest vacancies,” added John.
ADI was founded as the research and development innovation agency by Yorkshire Forward.
In 2010, with the disbandment of Yorkshire Forward, the company became independent and has gone on to win a host of awards for its work in technology and healthcare with private and public sector clients around the world. The company currently employs 25.