Can you see yourself pursuing a career with a leading international bank? Working at the forefront of developing technology which is central to the success of a global financial institution spanning 85 countries?
HSBC's two year Global Banking and Markets Technology Graduate Programme could help you to build a rewarding career in this incredibly fast-paced and challenging industry.
Their programme will give you the unique opportunity to experience a diverse range of areas and roles within the bank, including Project Manager, Developer, Coder and Business Analyst. Exposure to each of these will equip you with the skills needed to deliver the ground breaking technology solutions which are vital to maintain and develop the efficiency and competitive edge of HSBC.
You will be given a four week induction which will introduce you to the culture, strategy and values of the company, as well as detailed technical training. Over the course of the two year programme, you will receive regular formal assessment, feedback and support which will help determine your strengths and abilities and enable us to match them with our needs. This culture of continuous learning and development will enable you to create your own bespoke career path, and ultimately achieve your potential to drive the technology of our future.
Is this role perfect for you as a talented graduate or final year student?
The ideal candidate should possess a 2:1 or above in any discipline, along with 320 UCAS points and strong analytic and numerical skills. Most importantly however you must have a deep rooted passion for technology and an enthusiasm to develop your skills in a leading global organisation.
HSBC seeks a confident and adaptable team player and leader, who will overcome adversity and challenge to deliver outstanding results and performance in a competitive and demanding environment.
The application process
If you possess these key skills and feel your personal achievements meet our requirements, please click here to submit an online application.
Deadline: Tuesday 5th of March, 2013