Careers at CGI
Posted: 24th of August 2017 by Nerys Montana
At CGI we’re offering you a unique opportunity to be part of something exciting and earn while you learn with our school leaver programmes. We’re a company that have supported over 200 satellite missions into Space, defend against 43 million cyber attack incidents each day on military and intelligence networks and infrastructure, work with 23 of the top 25 banks in both North America and Europe and employs 70, 000 professionals who serve clients from hundreds of locations worldwide.
Founded in 1976, CGI is one of the largest IT and business process providers in the world. CGI offers school leavers a world of opportunity. Our Apprenticeship programmes are great for School Leavers that have a career path in mind and want to learn whilst earning at the same time. Our Grad/Degree Level Apprenticeships offer you the chance to gain a degree, debt free, whilst starting your professional career.
Right now we are on the lookout for talent – students and school leavers, people who are passionate about technology and hungry to learn. You’ll be proving yourself from day one – solving problems, taking responsibility, making decisions, working on classified mission-critical projects. And with open-ended prospects for advancement, you’ll have every opportunity to reach the top.
Due to the nature of our business, you work on ‘projects’. This means you’re never doing the same thing and you can have different roles across various projects, so there is no ‘typical day’. It also may mean you are working from your base office, on client site, in another CGI office or sometimes from home. It really does vary at CGI. And that’s the exciting thing, it really is up to you to shape and develop your career in the direction you want to go with the support of others.
Be part of something life changing at CGI. Applications will open on 14th September for our 2018 opportunities; please visit our website to find out more information: https://www.cgi-group.co.uk/careers
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