Join our Graduate Apprenticeship programme for software development, delivered in partnership with Edinburgh Napier University.
If you cannot see a specific vacancy you are interested in, please submit your CV here.
Our Graduate-level Apprenticeship lets you study for a BSc Hons Degree in Software Development with Edinburgh Napier University whilst in paid, full-time employment with us – with day release to attend classes.
This enables you to complete a 4-year, fully-funded degree course whilst earning and learning ‘on the job’ with IG!
Our GAs can also undertake Microsoft professional exams, use Microsoft Learning and Microsoft Virtual Academy online training tools and attend ‘brown bag’ lunch presentations. Plus you’ll be mentored by some of the best tech brains in the business as you gain hands-on experience within different technical teams.
At the end of your GA and degree course, there will be an opportunity for successful students to join IG as a permanent employee.
Note: This opportunity is only suitable for academically high-achieving students who qualify for funding via SAAS. We are ideally seeking school leavers who have already gained in a single sitting a minimum of 5 B grades at SQA Higher, or 3 B grades at CSE A-Level, including maths and computer science.
Blended home/office working opportunities based at our new tech hub in central Edinburgh, and Edinburgh Napier University. See our IG locations here
All our teams work within Agile/Scrum and collaborate closely across departments. We utilise our own workflow and HelpDesk software, Microsoft DevOps, Microsoft 365 and Teams to deliver projects collaboratively with customers.
Infrastructure and QA Teams: Azure IaaS/PaaS, Windows Server/Desktop, Active Directory, Microsoft 365, Visual Studio, Azure DevOps, Hyper-V, SQL Server, and Load Balancing/Clustering.
Excellent salary and benefits package. Flexible home/office working opportunities.
“Working as a Graduate Apprentice at Infographics has helped me with university vastly. Being trusted with responsibilities and knowing that the work you do helps people is really rewarding.”