BARCLAYS TECHNOLOGY INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN LONDON AND GLASGOW

With a career in Technology at Barclays, you’ll be working among some of the best IT professionals in our industry, while working in a high-speed setting that constantly invites fresh thinking.  As the largest division of our global organisation, our Technology team will challenge you to partner with business leaders who depend on your input for success every day.  You may create and maintain powerful trading systems, design award winning e-commerce platforms, support new products and enhance decision-making across the business. You may even be part of a team that develops, tests and deploys innovative software. Technology isn’t just a function at Barclays; it’s a critical driver.
Our Technology programme spans the Corporate and Investment Banking and Wealth and Investment Management (CIBWIM).  Roles available are for application developerswho analyse, design, build and test software and systems that support all areas of activity.
If you have an interest in finance, plus a degree in Computer Science, Maths, Physics, Chemistry or an engineering-related subject, this is an area of our organisation where you can really make your mark. Apart from technical knowledge, the technology role demands a strong sense of initiative and the ability to prioritise workloads.
Apply now for Technology internship opportunities for 2013. 
For more information and to submit an application, please visit
We recruit on a rolling basis so early applications are advised. Applications close on 31st  December 2012.

 

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