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Telecommunications - IT & Technology

The telecommunications sector makes communication possible on a global scale, whether that’s through the phone or the internet. Companies in this industry created the infrastructure that allows data to be sent anywhere in the world.

BT at a glance

Key facts:

  • One of the world’s leading communications services companies
  • The largest provider of consumer fixed-line voice and broadband services in the UK
  • The UK’s largest mobile network operator
  • The second largest pay-TV sports broadcaster in the UK
  • Serves global multinational organisations with security, cloud and networking services
  • Helping 12 million homes and businesses go ultrafast by 2020
  • Global offices, stretching from São Paulo to Sydney

Discipline groups recruited...

  • Aerospace
  • Chemical/Process
  • Civil/Building
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Materials & Minerals
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing
  • Sciences/Maths

Opportunities & Benefits:

As well as investing in high-tech innovation, BT also invests in people. We offer a wide range of graduate and internship programmes for those who share our drive and passion for putting customers at the heart of what we do. Thanks to a strong focus on developing future leaders, you’ll be able to look forward to all the training and development you need to fulfil your ambitions. Whichever specialist path you choose to follow, with BT you’ll help to change how people live, by bringing new ideas to life.

We want to attract the best and brightest people and offer an exciting range of benefits. You’ll be able to enjoy free BT broadband; discounted BT TV, BT Sport and BT Mobile; and technology discounts at the BT Shop. Other benefits include 25 days’ holiday per year with the option to purchase five more, tax advantaged employee share plans and enrolment into our BT Retirement Savings Scheme.