Lava Group introduce new team member


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Lava Group introduce new team member 20 July 2020

The Lava Group is constantly looking for bright, talented and passionate members to join our team, and today we are delighted to officially announce and welcome the latest member, Diarmuid Bryson to our growing team.

Joining as a Software Developer, Diarmuid has previously had insight into life at the Lava Group when he completed an industrial placement as a student software developer in 2019.  Since then he went on to successfully complete a BSc (Hons) Computer Science at Ulster University Magee Campus, while continuing to work on a part-time basis throughout his final year at Lava.  In recognition of his excellence in this field he recently attained a top class award, with a first-class honours.

“I am delighted to be joining the Lava Group and excited to be adding my knowledge to the team and to support the company in creating simple innovative technology”, said Diarmuid.

Lava’s work experience programme gives students a taste of what its like to work in Lava and offers students an invaluable insight into the varied career options which can be explored from studying STEM and business related subjects.

Gareth Morrison, CEO of The Lava Group, said, “Work placement arrangements do require both time and financial commitment, but the rewards are clear.  Our work experience placements has attracted enthusiastic and motivated students, like Diarmuid."

He added, “We are extremely happy to have Diarmuid join Lava full-time.  He is a valuable addition to our team and brings a new energy and fresh perspective to the software team. I am keen to see what the future holds for Diarmuid as we work on exciting areas of development within our portfolio such as machine learning and artificial intelligence.”

The Lava Group is a technology company with over 20 years’ experience in software development, electronic design and biometric integration for security, IoT and health markets in Northern Ireland, Ireland and the UK.