Our Graduate Programme
Lauren Machray, Cyber
What kind of work will you do?
The work you do will depend on the role and location you choose. But whatever direction you take, you’ll get to work on exciting projects from day one.
We offer Graduate Programmes in these areas:
What’s in it for you?
What do we offer?
- A permanent job, not just a training programme
- Market-leading salary and benefits
- Recognised professional qualification
- Live project experience and client exposure from day one
- An unrivalled client list
- The chance to collaborate with an international network of experts
- Focus on ideas and innovation
- Fast progression on a structured career path
- Time off to study with plenty of support and learning
- Technical and business skills training
- Lifelong learning & development throughout your career
- Agile working options
- Opportunities to develop your career in any direction, anywhere in the world
- Time off to make a difference in your community
- A great social life
- Support from ten diversity networks
What are the benefits?
- Market-leading pay
- Regular increases
- Variable pay schemes that allow us to credit you for any work you do ‘above and beyond’
- £7,000 interest-free loan
- 25 days holiday
- Life assurance
- Occupational sick pay
- Personal accident insurance
- Mobile phone business calls
Pick and choose further benefits up to the value of your Options allowance.
- Additional holiday
- Childcare vouchers
- Dental insurance
- Bikes4Work scheme
- Give As You Earn
- Private medical insurance
- Travel insurance
- Corporate discounts
- Critical illness Insurance
- Additional life Assurance
- Health assessments
Where can you work?
We have many Deloitte offices across the UK and Offshore. The map shows all the locations available for our Graduate Programme.
How will you develop
Our lifelong tailored approach means you’ll continue to progress throughout your career. As well as opportunities to make an impact from day one, within a year or two, you’ll be managing your own teams and client relationships, and working on ever-more challenging projects.
What do our people say?
How do you explain what you do to someone who doesn’t work in technology?
I say that I am a software developer and I make technological products. This includes what an application will look like to the user (the front-end) and how we build and manage the inner mechanics and data behind it (the back-end).
For example, we’re currently working on a product that will change the way retailers price their products. They’ll be able to use an algorithm to work out the most effective price to set, depending on their objective (for example, that might be to sell as much stock as possible so there is none leftover at the end of the season). It will be released soon so I’m really excited to know that what I’ve helped create will be out there in the real world.
If you enjoy problem solving and creating something that makes a real difference for your client, you’d love it here.
What else do you get involved in at Deloitte?
It’s so sociable here. There is always something going on – industry events, team nights out, lunch-time yoga, to name just a few. And there are lots of networks and groups you can join. I am part of the Deloitte Digital Engineering Guild, it’s an excellent way to catch up with my fellow developers and share knowledge and ideas.
I’ve organised a series of Lunch and Learns for my team – I’ll get someone from another team or area of expertise to come and talk to us about what they do, whilst we all have some lunch. I plan to start a blog for our team too.