Having again won the Gallup Exceptional Workplace Award in 2021, we are justifiably proud to be one of only 39 companies across the globe receive this prestigious accolade and enhance our status as a premier employer. As a leading provider of general insurance and financial services, with a UK network of around 300 local agencies and seven regional offices, we really can lay claim to being a great place to work and a genuine destination of choice for ambitious graduates.
Head office based and undertaking a tailored 3 year programme, this is an exciting opportunity to gain widespread exposure and learn about the key IT platforms and programmes underpinning our business and the wider insurance industry, including integral technologies such as Cloud and Cyber Security. With a dedicated mentor and a great support network in place, you will rotate through a number of placements across different IT functions, gaining a breadth and depth of experience that will ensure you are fully equipped to make your mark and help lead technology change in this rapidly developing and fast changing arena.
You will be socialised around the IT division on short term placements. You will gain broad experience of all different Guidewire products and full insurance suite. Experience of data components in data layers and some exposure to digital channels and vendor and customer portals. In addition you will also get some exposure of scrum teams, scrum master roles and test automation.
Technically minded, with a genuine passion for all things IT and a real desire to develop your skill base, you will relish the chance to work in a collaborative environment, where everyone plays a part. An excellent communicator and problem solver, who can build strong working relationships right across the board, we will be looking for a history of good academic performance, culminating in a good degree in a relevant subject area. However, as equally important, will be a positive attitude and a willingness to consistently challenge yourself to be the best you can be.
You will have obtained a 2:2 degree or above with a technical background-any computing, computer science or maths.