Working at Epimorphics
We are an exciting company at the cutting edge of open data publication in the UK.
Find out what it’s like to work at Epimorphics and opportunities to join us
Our team works in a relaxed environment developing great products for our clients. We are based in Portishead, near Bristol in the south west of England.
We tend to have less formal roles and build virtual teams as we deliver multiple projects for clients and our own technology development. We sometimes have challenging deadlines but collaborate on projects to deliver real impact.
Epimorphics Ltd a 100% employee owned company was formed in 2009. We’ve grown from that small base as a tech-startup to an exciting, innovative tech scale-up company close to Bristol in south west England.
and a new Hydrology Explorer application for DEFRA, to include new stations and groundwater data
We built a register of Approved Regulated Food and Feed Products for the FSA
Jordan joined our team in January
We welcome the rest of our summer 2020 interns to the team – Angela, Adrian, Redan and Louise
And we’ve also completed a research project for UK CEH
and Kal also joined us
Helen joined us in the meantime as one of our interns
Ian even made a wooden Epimorphics stool
What a few months adapting to working from home. We’ve got stuck into the Epimorphics lego or maker challenge
Followed by Andrew as our Ops Lead
Bogdan joined the team
Go-live of a major upgrade to the FSA Alerts editor
We continued as a digital marketplace supplier on the GCloud 11 framework
Our 2019 summer Interns (Célia, Will, Charlie and Amy)
FSA Internal Unified View data hub
We kicked off our 2019 Summer Intern Programme
Honza joined our Data Modelling team
Joseph joins our front-end team
9 years old on the
9th of November
We’re now on the Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS3) framework
The UK House Price Index (HPI) becomes an official statistic
We developed and run a service for displaying all the hydrographic information for the last 50 years
The Food Standards Agency’s new digital registration service goes into private beta with the reference number generator we built
We developed a system to enable people to see the maintenance schedule of all Environment Agency’s assets
We continued as a digital marketplace supplier on GCloud 10
Harry joins as our summer intern
Kat joins the project team
Lizzie joins the team
The Food Standards Agency’s new website goes into beta using the Food Alerts API we built
We’re also looking for new team members
Simon joins the team
We continue to grow with Max and Mihajlo staying with the team
The Food Standards Agency’s began internal testing of a new Food Alerts API service
We took on two summer interns (Max and Mihajlo)
The Food Standards Agency’s went live with their code repository and food types code service
We continued to support the Environment Agency with new data services
The Food Standards Agency’s first new open data service went live at data.food.gov.uk
Mike joined us
Our first summer intern, Silviu, joined us. Read more here about Silviu’s work.
Alex joined us after leading open data in Defra
The new UK House Price Index service went live for the Land Registry supporting the new developing national statistic
The EA River Levels and flood monitoring API goes live – a world first in terms of scale of open-linked data services
We join GCloud as a Crown Commercial Service supplier
We developed the Registry software for Defra, MetOffice and others.
We begin developing new data services for the Environment Agency as well as working with the Biotech sector in the UK, Europe and the US.
We started projects with the finance sector in the UK and the US
We started a series of projects with UK publishing customers
Moved to Portishead (our current home)
The prototype-Bathing Water Service for the EA went live
We supported the BBC in building their Sports Ontology
We supported the development of the linked-data kernel as part of data.gov.uk
We built two linked-data demonstrators for the Technology Strategy Board
The team worked with W3C on many of the core standards and built much of the core technology.
The core of the team were there at the inception of the semantic web, while part of HP’s Semantic Web Research Programme in Bristol.