DXC Technology
graduate scheme

Digital Delivery Manager Graduate Programme

Job description

- you will gain knowledge of (agile) architecture methods, modern IT services, industry-standard cloud concepts, including DXC’s automated delivery platform (DXC & Bionix) and digital portfolio. You will be working alongside seasoned professionals, in various client engagements across multiple industries. Through practical experience of developing solution architectures, applying the gained knowledge, we expect you to develop your skills in architecting solutions. Towards the end of the two years you should be able to take full responsibility leading the architecture efforts of a small scale solution or a major subsystem under supervision of an experienced IT architect. You will be instrumental in the implementation of our New Style of Delivery model and helping our clients on their journey towards digital

Software Engineer
– as a Graduate Software Engineer at DXC you will be using your problem solving and innovative solutioning to help design, develop and test applications and software for some of DXC’s largest clients. You’ll have the opportunity to work with some of the most experienced software engineers DXC has to offer, to drive innovative solutions for our clients. With partners such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, Oracle and IBM there are multiple learning opportunities to help shape your career as a software engineer.

Wintel Engineer - you will be part of the Wintel engineering team designing and engineering solutions on various UK programmes and accounts. You will gain knowledge and experience of Windows administration, hardening, troubleshooting, maintaining OS images, firmware and patch baselines.

What we are looking for

Accepted degree subjects


Additional job details

Competitive salary

How to apply

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 30 April 2020

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Closing date:  Continuous recruitment

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