BT Group
graduate scheme

Dynamic Networks and IT Graduate Programme

Job description

You’re not just looking for a career, you’re looking to make a difference.

Millions of people rely on us every day to help them live their lives, power their businesses, and keep their public services running. We connect friends to family, clients to colleagues, people to possibilities. We keep the wheels of business spinning, and the emergency services responding. And we use the power of technology to help solve big challenges, like climate change and cyber security.

From day one, you’ll have a voice at BT Group. You’ll get stuck in to tough challenges, pitch in with ideas, make things happen. You won’t be alone: we’ll be there with help and support, learning and development. You’ll make great friends, discover new talents, and feel part of something exhilarating.

This is your chance to make a real difference to the world. Grab it.

About this role

By joining this programme, you will come into the team that architects, designs, implements, integrates, operates, and delivers BT’s IT infrastructure and networks to help deliver on global projects that could change the future, whilst continuing to innovate and deliver the platforms that BT’s next generation services can be built upon.

You’ll use agile ways of working when creating everything from proof of concepts through to national and international scale solutions, bringing the best of on-prem and cloud environments together. You’ll gain skills and knowledge in automation, continuous integration, infrastructure as code, virtualisation and containerisation, big data, networks, high speed processing systems and many more.

You’ll also be engaged across the business, working with software engineers, data scientists, cyber security professionals, researchers amongst others to make a difference and help BT and our customers to be more successful. You’ll be collaborating with thought leaders and experts who deliver IT systems that differentiate BT from all its competitors.

This is a non-rotational specialist graduate role and is available in the Networks part of our business.

This is a two-year Graduate Programme.

What we are looking for

A 2:2 degree (or higher) in a STEM subject is required for this role. Knowledge of operating systems, their configuration and the use of automation and continuous integration is necessary, as well as software scripting experience in Python, Bash or similar. You will need to be comfortable with physical infrastructure or cloud concepts, IP networking or network devices system engineering principles, such as agile delivery methodologies, requirements, design, documentation and testing.

Accepted degree subjects

  • environmental science and ecology
  • physics
  • health sciences
  • biology and life sciences
  • archaeology
  • engineering management
  • computer sciences and information technology
  • civil engineering and construction
  • medicine
  • transport engineering
  • agricultural sciences
  • food sciences
  • geology and geography
  • mechanical engineering
  • pharmacy and pharmacology
  • mathematics
  • information science and librarianship
  • aerospace engineering
  • animal care and veterinary science
  • chemistry
  • chemical engineering
  • materials science

Additional job details

Location
Ipswich
 · Adastral Park Orion BLDG B62, Ipswitch, United Kingdom
Salary
£32,000

Contract, dates and working times
Fixed term

Full-time

How to apply

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 27 August 2023

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Closing date:  27 August 2023

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