IBM Graduate - Software Consultant - Start dates throughout 2017 in London, United Kingdom

HOW DO I APPLY?1. Please complete the IBM Application Template as the first action. The IBM Application Template MUST be completed before you continue with your application.2.Once the IBM Application Template has been completed, please attach this to the CV/Resume section when you continue to apply.Want to become a world expert and design & deploy cutting edge technologies to IBM's most prestigious clients? Want to be part of a team who are seen as Subject Matter Experts called up by IBM's largest customers to deliver exciting solutions that deliver real competitive advantage? If so, then Software Group Services is the team for you. We are a small team of Global technical experts who specialise in helping companies get the most of their Smarter Planet Software, ranging from Cloud, Mobile to Social Business and Business Analytics. Our knowledge is unrivalled to the extent our clients include IBM's own Consulting Services divisions to whom we sub-contract our services.As a member of the team you will work alongside experts and gain experience on a variety of challenging engagements across a variety clients across the UK. The skills you will acquire will empower you to grow rapidly into a variety of leadership roles and broaden your career aspirations. The team sits within the Software Development Lab organisation, and has unrivalled access to the Software developers, providing feedback that feeds back into future Software development.As a premium Services organisation we are seeking individuals who have excellent communications skills, strong technical aptitude and passion to help our clients. For most roles we are looking for candidates with Computer Science, Maths, Engineering & Science degrees or similar. However some roles will be suitable for candidates with other degrees, and who are able to demonstrate strong technical aptitude or interest. Please note that this role is paid at £30k starting salary.

  • Be looking to achieve (or already have) a 2:1 honours – in any degree

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