Graduate Internship - Solutions Development and Support

08 Aug 2017
05 Sep 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Our client is seeking a confident self-starter to work as an Intern at their City of London office. You will work with their team on a variety of projects and provide a solid support function to their clients.

This paid internship is for 6 months and could lead to a permanent opportunity for the right person. Their initial focus will be to orientate you within the business and using their software product ORYX.

Initial responsibilities:
- Project development and database work
- Project Quality Assurance support
- Assisting with ORYX testing and other development
- Client demos and other work (off/onsite)
- Data preparation, analysis and other detailed work

They will consider the following skills favourably:
- Excellent programming skills
- Database knowledge and experience
- The ability to communicate ideas clearly, with a good level of literacy
- Honesty, integrity and openness
- Ability to take ownership and responsibility of tasks
- Results focused, recognising, creating and seizing opportunities
- Able to work to, and meet tight deadlines
- The ability to maintain absolute confidentiality

They ask a lot from their Graduate interns, and recognise that Graduates are not expected to have a lot of experience.
However, for this role having a degree is only one part of the overall package. With a solid degree they expect you to have a good toolkit, which presents the foundation for further training and experience. A positive/mature outlook and commitment to excellence are the most important personal values they look for. You will need to demonstrate your desire to succeed both during their interview process and throughout your time with them.

You will not be considered suitable for this role if you cannot demonstrate the qualities above.

They are committed to training and personal development. It is a two-way process that requires absolute commitment from you. In return for this, they guarantee you will not be disappointed with your learning curve, personal growth and development.