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Get your career off to a flying start with our ten week paid internship in Technology.
You’ll gain a real insight into the role of innovation in our business, and be perfectly placed to join our graduate programme the following year.
We’ve designed our ten week summer internship to give you direct experience of what we do in RBS Technology, our goals and our ways of working.
Our internship covers a wider range of areas, so it’ll give you exposure to how we’re using technology to connect our people and customers.
We’ll reward you with a salary of £21,500 pro rata, depending on location.
This internship’s a great opportunity to:
For us, it’s about finding and engaging talented and passionate people, who’ll make a difference to our business in the long term. That’s why if you complete the internship successfully, and enjoy your experience, there could be a place available for you on our 2020 graduate Technology programme.
The internship starts with an induction and you’ll begin your ten week placement, where you’ll attend training workshops, get involved with our day to day work, and take part in a business improvement project.
You’ll be updating your learning log so, towards the end of the internship, you’ll be able to show off everything you’ve learned in your final assessment.
We’ll pair you up with a ‘buddy’ and a line manager who’ll support you for the full ten weeks. Your buddy will be a current graduate who’ll help you get settled by sharing their experience. Your line manager will provide guidance and support throughout the programme, and help you grow your professional network.
If you’d like to apply for our Technology internship, you need to be in your penultimate year of a university degree, and on course for a 2:2 or above.
We’ll be looking out for curious and inquisitive people with a real passion for technology, and the drive to explore how it can be used to make a positive difference for our customers.
If that sounds like you, then why not apply?