IT Graduate Programme,Johannesburg,Standard Bank
if you want to develop a successful career in IT, then there’s no better place than Standard Bank.
Our fast-paced IT division covers a number of exciting and challenging business areas locally and internationally. In IT we get involved in everything from keeping our existing systems running and upgrading them, to developing new technology that helps to drive the business forward. We also work in partnership with the business to ensure we provide an excellent service for all our end users – whether that’s our customers, or the people who use our systems inside the bank.
Whether you’re interested in systems development, business analysis, architecture, project management, data warehousing, infrastructure, networking, maintenance and production, you’ll find a programme to match your ambitions. We’ll help you develop a highly rewarding and successful career in one of our business areas, such as risk, operations, infrastructure, corporate and investment banking, and personal and business banking.
On this programme, you’ll become an IT specialist in a specific business area. You’ll learn about your area’s systems and business needs while developing the skills you need to ensure IT supports and enhances the area’s work. This will involve rotations across the specific business units that you are assigned to.
You’ll need to be a South African citizen with at least either a four year Btec National Diploma, or a relevant IT degree and an average academic record of at least 60% in your second year of study. Alternatively, you’ll be in the final year of at least an undergraduate degree, or a graduate with no more than a year’s work experience. You’ll also need to be able to relocate to Johannesburg if we offer you a place on the programme. We’re particularly interested in hearing from people with a degree in computer science, information systems, advanced maths of finance or computer engineering.
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Applications for the programmes close on Friday 17 August 2012.