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Capgemini Graduate Community

Technology and Business Consultant Opportunities

Join our Capgemini Graduate Community and following an induction week, you’ll go straight into your first role, working on complex projects for big-name clients and helping to find solutions to their business critical needs. From then on, you will have the chance to work alongside and learn from experts in different industries and you’ll be able to make rapid progress along whichever path suits you best. Being a part of a Graduate Community will allow you to build your professional network, develop, share your knowledge, socialise and have fun.

The nature of our work means that for many of our roles you may be based on client site anywhere in the country or potentially abroad. If you are unable to work away from home from Monday to Friday, Capgemini may not be for you.

We review applications on a first come, first served basis so we recommend that you submit your application asap. We will keep you updated at every stage of the process and will let you know your outcome asap. For several of our more popular roles for which we receive a high volume of applications, not all candidates who reach the final stage are invited to assessment centre as we have a limited number of roles. Our assessment centres commence mid-November and will run through to May, we will be prioritising applications for our March and June intakes, so if are applying for September or November and you reach this stage there could be a little wait until your assessment centre. Please do bear with us, we receive a high volume of applications and do review each one and sometimes things don’t move as fast as either you or we would like.

We have a variety of interesting roles for technical and non-technical Graduates. Please choose from one of the following three options to see which of our roles might be of interest to you:

Who’s this for

At Capgemini, academics form part of our overall hiring decision but we don’t screen out purely on the basis of academic performance. We will assess your suitability for a role using a number of tools including strengths and critical reasoning assessments, video interviewing and assessment centres.

The most important things we look for in your application are a genuine passion for technology, a desire to be part of this fast-paced, ever-changing industry, and excellent skills in communication, innovation and collaboration. Many of our roles require security clearance, you will usually need to have been resident in the UK for at least five years, and to have received indefinite leave to remain here.