Current Vacancies

Live opportunities plus hints & tips for applying

Current Vacancies

See below for live opportunities. Vacancies get updated frequently so please check back regularly.

Data Science Apprenticeship (Jan 2021)

If you ever wanted to learn how Data is used to create meaningful insight - this one's for you! It's a puzzling role that brings together maths, statistics, software engineering and communication. One day you could be coding in languages such as: R, Python & Scala, the next working on modelling and developing statistical models (Machine Learning).

*This role starts Jan 2021

This could be for you if you possess:

  • x3 A-levels (Grade A* - B)
  • A passion for maths, technology and all things data
  • An inquisitive nature always asking "why"

Graduate Software Engineer

In this role you’ll understand how to build for the web using HTML, CSS and JavaScript, as well as writing backend code in either C# or Java, and most importantly you will be excited to try new technologies and different ways of working.

This could be for you if you possess:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Mathematics or other technical degree
  • An interest in software development and coding
  • Very strong and clear communication skills

IT Graduate

Joining our IT Service Management (ITSM) Graduate programme means diving into world of technology. You'll develop a strong understanding of Microsoft Technologies, the ITIL framework, IT processes as well the commercial acumen needed for a career within Service Operations.

This could be for you if you possess:

  • A degree in any subject field, tied with a passion for IT, Technology and Service Improvement
  • A calm, patient but logical manner able to put customers at the heart of everything you do
  • An "outside of the box" approach willing to make recommendations and improvements

More Roles Up & Coming

Graduate Data Analyst

As a Data Analyst you'll discover how to turn "ordinary jumbo" into meaningful information. Using complex datasets you'll learn how to derive insights and help support the development of new and existing products and solutions.  

This could be for you if you possess:

  • A Bachelor’s degree with a high mathematical content (e.g. Computer Science, Data Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Operations Research (O.R.), Economics, Physical Sciences, Engineering)
  • An inquisitive mind, focused on addressing and solving data and analysis problems
  • Ability to adopt a common sense/logical approach to mathematical reasoning

Graduate Technical Support Analyst

Sitting in our Distributed (server) Application Support team you'll have the exciting opportunity to learn about operational activities within an ITIL environment. Day to day you'll be responding to, investigating and resolving incidents. All whilst developing your technical knowledge in a growing department. 

*This role may involve shift patterns

This could be for you if you possess:

  • A degree in any subject field, tied with a passion for IT, Technology and Service Improvement
  • The ability to turn "jargon" into "simple information" breaking complex technical information into something understandable
  • Fantastic prioritisation skills knowing when to escalate something beyond your ability

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Our Selection Process

1) Apply Online

Identify a role and apply online with your CV

2) Online Testing

Help us get to know you through our personality, and aptitude assessments.

3) Video Interview

Lights, camera, action! It's time to shine.

4) Assessment Centre

The final stage in the process.

5) Offer & Onboarding

Woohoo! We'll keep in touch and count-down the days till you join.

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Hints & Tips

When you find a suitable role of interest, all you need to do is hit apply. We’ll then ask for a CV, some basic personal details and a few questions. Cover letters are not mandatory.

All applications are managed online.

Our Top tips:

  • Use Google, Linked in and the Experian Website to research ahead of an application.
  • Format, grammar and layout are important. Take the time to build a strong CV fit for purpose.
  • Show passion for the opportunity you’re applying for. If you can’t convey this consider whether you’re applying for the right role.
  • Check the application deadline on the company website. Don’t miss this.
  • Utilise your Employability team. Many Colleges and Universities have a dedicated team to help you with applications. Use them!

Depending on the role you apply for, your online testing may vary. We use a range of tools to help us understand more about you and your native abilities.

Here’s a summary of our most common tests and what they’re used for:

Situational Judgement Test (SJT): This test helps us understand more about your natural behaviours and thought process. There’s no time limit however we recommend you don’t overthink it and go with your gut.

General Ability Test: This test helps us understand your problem-solving and critical reasoning capabilities. Examples of the tasks faced during this exercise include, but are not limited to:

  • Evaluating arguments
  • Analysing scenarios
  • Working with data
  • Mathematical computation
  • Interpreting graphs and tables
  • Drawing logical conclusions

This test lasts around 30 minutes and is best taken in a quiet, distraction free environment.

Occupational Personality Questionnaire (OPQ): This questionnaire  helps us understand your style and preferences to see how they align with a job role. For example: “Are you more of a sweet or savoury person?” It does NOT assess your ability. There’s no time limit however you must answer the questions honestly. The OPQ can measure consistency and accuracy so it is within your best interest to be truthful.

We will confirm to you which tests you may complete during your application process - you may not receive every one of these assessments.

Our Top Tips:

  • Have suitable equipment nearby (Pen, paper, calculator and phone where appropriate)
  • Read the instructions throughly. Do you have one test to complete? Two? Be clear on what you're being asked to action.
  • Keep an eye on the time, try your best to complete each exercise. 
  • If you make a mistake, don't dwell on this. Simply move onto the next task.
  • If possible, try out some free practice apptitude and/or behavioral tests to become more comfortable.

Video Interview plays an important role and helps us get to know you on a more personal and professional level.

You’ll be asked a series of short questions with a set time limit to respond to these.

If you’d like to practice ahead of your application please click here to complete our mock video interview. This interview is not monitored so you won’t receive any feedback, however it will show an example of what’s to come and make you feel more comfortable. During this you will have as many re-takes as you like.

Our Top Tips:

  • Ensure you're in a distraction free, quiet environment. 
  • Never sit behind a window, this will create bad downward lighting. Instead, use a lamp or face a window where natural light will work to your advantage.
  • Surroundings! We want to see you, not your clothing collection or stellar bedding. Test being on camera and consider what others will see in your background.
  • Body language is noticable during this phase. Remember to smile, nod, listen and take an interest when someone is talking to you.
  • Keep a bottle of water nearby.
  • Check your laptop, camera, and microphone work the day before your interview.

If you reach this stage, take a moment to applaud your success. Depending on the role you will either attend a group Assessment Centre, or a Final Stage Interview.

Assessment Centres typically lasts a few hours or a full day depending on the number of assessments. Typical activities that you can expect include:

  • Introduction to the team
  • Group activity
  • Networking with previous students
  • 1on1 Interview
  • Individual exercises 

Our Top Tips:

  • Refresh yourself on the company, role and opportunity avaliable.
  • Thoroughly read your invitation and know where you need to be, and at what time.
  • If you are unclear on something, simply ask. Don't wait until the day to flag issues.
  • Review your CV and consider examples where you've showcased transferable skills.
  • Prepare for your interview and role play appropriate responses.