Software Developer Degree Apprentice 2019 – BRACKNELL
Do you want to be a part of the teams that are crafting the exciting future of our customers' technology? Using agile ways of working you will design, build, and support our customer’s applications.
Our teams deploy state of the art functionality on multiple platforms and DevOps toolsets to deliver extraordinary results for our customers. You will be given the chance to build on your technical skills in new technologies and to apply this knowledge in interesting and meaningful customer projects. These roles provide an excellent chance to create a career in an area that is fundamental to future growth of our business.
Alongside your role you will study for a Degree Apprenticeship. 80% of your time will be spent on the job with 20% of your time dedicated to your studies.
You do not need to have a background in STEM all we ask is that you have a passion to learn and develop your skills in an exciting and innovative area for Fujitsu.
The starting salary for this Degree Apprenticeship is £20,000 and throughout the four years on the programme you will receive yearly pay increases dependent on performance in your role and your studies at university.
Within Fujitsu you will receive lots of support to allow you to perform to the best of your ability in your role with us. You will be line managed and will also receive coaching and mentoring from employees within the business.
Salary and Benefits:
- Tuition fees paid by Fujitsu
- Competitive starting salary (£20,000)
- Structured annual pay rise according to performance
- Bonus upon completion of degree
- Funding for books
- Where appropriate, travel to university to be paid
- 25 days annual leave
- Company laptop and mobile phone
- Flexible benefits
280 UCAS Points (or equivalent) (112 in new Tariff)
Grade C/Level 4 or above in English and Math’s GCSE
Experience in or an interest in IT
You cannot already have a degree qualification in the IT and Digital environment as this Degree Apprenticeship is designed to enable learning of new skills.