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Meantime creates new graduate position
Meantime has appointed computer science graduate Siqi Li as a web developer in a newly created graduate position. The creation of the new role sees the number of full-time technical staff at Meantime rise to eight, plus one part-time operations and finance manager.Li, 24, who is originally from China but currently lives in Manchester, joins Meantime from Manchester University where he gained an MSc in Informatics. Prior to his post-graduate course, Li successfully achieved a degree in computer science from the University of East Anglia in Norwich.
His role at Meantime will involve developing web-based software for a wide range of projects, from developing content management systems to building e-commerce websites. Li says of his new position: "Meantime's ethos is to make sure we never miss a deadline, and that sits very well with the way I've always worked. For me personally I couldn't have asked for a better position after my MSc; I'm working with hugely experienced people on interesting and exciting projects in a company whose culture reflects my own commitment to IT."
Meantime's MD Fenner Pearson commented on Li's appointment: "We take great care in selecting people to join our team here at Meantime because our company culture is very important to us, and we need to ensure that anyone who joins us will enhance our way of working. Li does just that, he has a fantastic academic background in IT, is extremely hardworking and keen to learn how to apply his theory to a practical environment. We're very pleased to have him on board."
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