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Job Description & Qualifications

Locations: Birmingham, London Holborn, Glasgow, Manchester and Woking

Global Grade: A2
Intakes: September and October 2024

Your role

Working across a huge spectrum of challenges, you will provide IT consultancy expertise that will transform how our clients conduct their day-to-day business and how they interact with their own customers, streamlining their business processes and enhancing profitability. Understanding how we can support these clients; you will ensure the right apps and technology are in place to exceed their expectations. 

  • You’ll work as part of a scrum team to develop and maintain software solutions. 
  • You will use your software engineering passion to write code that makes a difference across a varied client base, which includes both the public and private sectors.  
  • You’ll support live systems and applications, implementing bug fixes and exploring improvements through code changes.   
  • You’ll take responsibility for components of a much larger system, writing code to complement that which is being developed by colleagues.  

Skills & experience

  • A bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or STEM subject 
  • A non STEM subject and successfully completed bootcamp with either Code First Girls, Code Your Future, Firebrand, Revolent, Powerup or Power Platform School. 
  • Relevant and practical software engineering experience with knowledge of at least one programming language, related frameworks and tools as well as what is involved to write readable, tested code in that language. 
  • The ability to convey complex coding concepts in jargon-free language to a non-technical audience. 
  • Outstanding communication skills – our clients need to feel confident that you understand their requirements. 

Security clearance

To be successfully appointed to this role, it is a requirement to obtain Security Check (SC) clearance. 
To obtain SC clearance, the successful applicant must have resided continuously within the United Kingdom for the last 5 years, along with other criteria and requirements.
Throughout the recruitment process, you will be asked questions about your security clearance eligibility such as, but not limited to, country of residence and nationality.
Some posts are restricted to sole UK Nationals for security reasons; therefore, you may be asked about your citizenship in the application process.

Get the future you want

Choosing Capgemini means choosing a company where you will be empowered to shape your career in the way you’d like, where you’ll be supported and inspired by a collaborative community of colleagues around the world, and where you’ll be able to reimagine what’s possible. Join us and help the world’s leading organisations unlock the value of technology and build a more sustainable, more inclusive world.

Impactful Experiences: You will be empowered to explore, innovate, and progress. You will benefit from Capgemini’s ‘learning for life’ mindset, meaning you will have countless training and development opportunities from thinktanks to hackathons, and access to 250,000 courses with numerous external certifications from AWS, Microsoft, Harvard ManageMentor, Cybersecurity qualifications and much more.

What you'll love about working here

Join our diverse and vibrant organisation, with a culture that fosters a sense of belonging. Our inclusive environment and employee networks support you, we want you to have opportunities to build a career with meaningful work and strong connections. Experience the benefits of our strong commitment to autonomy and embrace flexible working practices.

Note: You will have lived in the UK for the last five years with no more than 6 months out of the country (in order to meet security clearance requirements). You may be required to work away from home during the week after the initial training period.

Empower programme

As a graduate at Capgemini, you will embark on our two-year Empower Programme which aims to equip you with the capabilities that you need to succeed in this rapidly changing world of work. In learning pods, you will develop your emotional intelligence, refine your communication skills, tackle business challenges set by our Country Board, and even use your skills and knowledge to solve problems for our charity partners. Empower offers experiential learning that aims to transform your understanding into tangible skills.

Throughout the programme, you will have the opportunity to connect with graduates from across the business, interact with our senior leaders, and hear from a wealth of experts. These experts range from Times bestselling authors and qualified coaches, right the way through to a military commander and Mt. Everest climber.

Our Empower Programme also includes:

  • Career progression model – giving you more frequent opportunities to progress.
  • Mentoring programme – allowing you to get ahead and leverage the support of others.
  • Regular social events across the UK – offering you the chance to meet people from our early talent community.
  • Annual awards – recognising high performers and those making an impact.
  • Community Connect sessions – taking place virtually and based on key cultural themes.
  • Volunteering opportunities – through use of your contractual ‘Giving Back’ days. 

The programme complements the role-specific training that you will receive in post and acts as your springboard to continuous professional development. Are you ready to #GetTheFutureYouWant?


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