M&S launches tech jobs recruitment site

M&S has launched a dedicated jobs microsite for software engineers and part of a recruitment drive focussed on the retailer’s digital transformation plans.

The M&OS site is designed to simulate a developer’s code input screen, with prospective candidates greeted with the message that M&S is “putting [its] digital transformation in the hands of some seriously inspiring software engineers, trusting their judgement, creativity and ability to surprise us.

The site launch comes as M&S announced it is looking to fill 70 software engineer roles, ranging from engineering manager, principal engineer and software engineer, based in M&S’ London headquarters.

Commenting on the site, M&S chief technology officer Mike Yorweth said: “We’re working to establish ourselves as a destination for the very best tech practitioners around. Our team is based on the principles of creative thinking, innovation, and above all, trying something different – and that’s what our bespoke M&OS site is all about.”

M&S said the new recruits will be responsible for leading technology change covering areas such as web stacks and machine learning across M&S’ website, apps and in-store initiatives such as digital check-in for click and collect orders.

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