One of the UK’s top 100 companies to work for, Sky Betting & Gaming, is set to support more of the region’s technology graduates into full-time roles this summer, with an investment of £1.5m in 25 software graduate academy placements.
The company is currently inviting applications for a September 2016 start date, with each successful recruit benefitting from an investment of six year’s average university tuition fees in their continued development, a competitive full-time salary and a guaranteed role at the end of the programme.
Georgina Adams, who leads the recruitment for technical roles at Sky Betting & Gaming, describes the ideal candidate; “We are looking for people who are passionate about and creative with technology – so people who live and breathe it. We really want to see people who work on projects in their own time and not just for credits at university. We also want to see people who are pro-active, so those who build their own networks, and who join and attend university computing societies.
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