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We recruit throughout the year on an eight-weekly rolling recruitment basis.
We accept between six and ten candidates onto each of our programmes.
Unfortunately, we do not. However, we do accept applicants from outside the EU if they hold ILR with the right to work.
Capita will cover the cost of your training
An IT or STEM degree (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) is preferred but not essential for our software tester or software developer streams. A degree relating to business is preferred but not essential for our business analysis or project management streams.
Each of our training streams offers a different way to start your career in IT. Certain people will be better suited to a certain stream, and we will provide help and guidance as part of the recruitment process.
Yes. Following your initial training you will have the opportunity to work for Capita. Your employment begins when you start your first assignment.
Capita will continue to provide you with ongoing professional development throughout your time with us, helping you improve your skillset and build up your CV. Some of our clients may ask for you to have specific training and skills, which we will fund the cost of obtaining.
After your initial two-year commitment to Capita you can choose to continue your career with us within our consultancy division or you could be offered a permanent position on a site you have been working on.
On average you will work a 37.5-hour week. Owing to the nature of the work, you may need to be flexible in order to fulfil specific business requirements.
We work with many companies across a range of sectors and industries including banking, government, media, gaming, defence, luxury retail, automotive and many more. During your two years with us you will work within a variety of sectors.
You will either be based in Central London or in Manchester during training and throughout the UK when working on site.