See what you will make with IBM

Posted: 10th of February 2016 by Naomi Bourne

We know you face lots of choices about what to do once you’ve finished college and if you’re undecided, our IBM School Leaver programmes will enable you to jump straight into the world of work and gain the experience, skills and contacts you need to start building a bright future. Working with us you’ll have limitless opportunities to do exciting and meaningful work in an environment that rewards creative thinking and individuality.

When you join us there won’t be any tea or coffee making! We place you straight into a full time role so you’ll be the one in charge, putting forward ideas, taking on responsibilities and making choices about how you get the job done just like any other employee.

We have a range of exciting school leaver opportunities in both Business and Technology. Join our Advanced Apprenticeship programme where you’ll become a full time employee from day one and receive three years of brilliant training. You’ll complete rotations where you can try new roles in different areas to get a feel for what it is IBM does and where you enjoy using your skills to make a difference.

Alternatively, if you’re undecided what to do after college then our Futures scheme is for you. Join us for a year and work with a world-leading company to get an early head start in your career. Then, at the end of the placement, it’s in your hands. If you would like to consider IBM as a long term career then you could apply for our Apprenticeship scheme, or you could go off to university and consider IBM's Graduate Programme in a few years time.

To be eligible to apply, you must have at least 5 GCSE’s at grade C or above including Maths and English and either have obtained or be predicted at least 160 UCAS points. You must also be authorised to work in the UK.

So what are you waiting for apply now to start your future with IBM at ibm.com/jobs/uk 

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