At Babcock, we’re an advanced user of information and decision support analytics. Through the provision of our information support and exploitation teams, we provide comprehensive and considered research and analysis at the point of need. This directly enables the most critical parts of our business in making informed and effective decisions when they count the most.
Places on our Analytics graduate programme for Autumn 2018 are available within our Land sector. But no matter which team you join, you could be based anywhere in the UK. That’s why we ask all our graduates to be flexible and willing to move during their programme.
Working within the Analytics stream you’ll have the opportunity to work on a broad range of projects, building your core IX/IM capabilities and developing broader skills along the way. Capability areas include: Mathematical modelling and simulation, advanced statistical analysis, predictive analysis, web development, data visualisation, information related technology development and strategy development. Throughout this programme you’ll get the chance to partner up with several different teams within Babcock and learn from them as you go.
A senior manager will take you under their wing and help you navigate the challenges and develop your professional skills. And while you’re learning the ropes, you’ll enjoy a competitive starting salary of £28,000 - £30,000 and on-the-job training that’s hard to beat.
We’re looking for a 2:1 (Hons) degree in Mathematics, Physics, Statistics, Operational Research and/or Computer Science. You’ll also need to satisfy the MOD’s security requirements (and may need to complete a medical assessment).
*Depending on location, role and qualifications.
Don’t just look at the general competences you’d expect for a type of role, look at an employer’s values and principles. If you’ve researched what is important to that employer, you stand a much better chance of gaining a position with them.Mark Jackson, Graduates, Apprentices and Placements, Fujitsu Visit Company Hub »