We’re looking for final year students/recent grads, with a (predicted) 2:1 hons degree in computing science, infrastructure or networking (or similar) from a leading university.
If you cannot see a specific vacancy you are interested in, please submit your CV here.
Infographics offers a graduate programme open to students of computing science, software engineering, infrastructure and networking, and other similar degrees – providing an exciting opportunity to build knowledge and experience across the full technology stack using the latest Microsoft tools.
Our graduates spend time in the different technical areas of the business, including support, testing, quality and development – building a complete understanding of the software development life cycle, and practical knowledge of our commercial applications. They also undertake Microsoft professional qualifications, use Microsoft Virtual Academy and Microsoft Learning online training tools, attend brown bag lunch presentations and are mentored by some of the best tech brains in the business.
This offers a fantastic training and career path for future:
Blended home/office working based at our new tech hub in central Edinburgh. See our 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.
“Infographics gave me the opportunity to work with some of the latest technologies in computer science within an agile environment. The company encouraged personal development and daily collaboration within the team, and I was able to experience the lifecycle of a product from end to end, whilst contributing and implementing new ideas.”