Industrial Placement 2014 - Technology Roles
|Job ID||GBS-0581364||Job type||Full-time Complementary|
|Work country||United Kingdom||Position type||Student/Internship |
|Work city||- Any||Posted||02-Jan-2014|
|Travel||No travel||Job area||IT & Telecommunications (non consulting)|
|Business group||Global Business Services||Job category||Other|
|Business unit||ConServ||Job role||Student/Intern|
|Job role skillset||General|
|Intern year of study||Second Year/Sophmore||Internship term|
|Commissionable/Sales-Incentive jobs only||No|
|The best thing – at IBM, trust us, we know technology. We provide companies around the world in every industry with the best technology services available. So this is a chance to learn from the best of the best. What you’ll do – web design, problem diagnosis, database development, technical project management… there’s loads to get involved in. Whatever role you take, you’re likely to be designing, implementing and maintaining technical solutions for our clients. Our IT roles are based in several IBM locations across the UK, however, flexibility is essential. Some roles may require an amount of travel. This would be discussed at interview, but, we would expect candidates to be flexible.|
- Pre-University qualification
- English: Fluent
Industrial Placements are for a minimum of 1 year and must form part of your degree - normally prior to the final year of study Industrial Placements run from June/July 2014 for 12 months.
Students must be eligible to work in the UK and be predicted a 2:1 degree or above.
All applications must be accompanied by a completed CV, using the IBM CV template. A copy of the CV template can be found on our website at www.ibm.com/jobs/uk.
Your degree subject – any, but you must have a keen interest in both business and technology, and be aware of current trends.
|IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.|