Hammersmith, City of London
Do you consider yourself a bit of a tech superstar? Are you a confident individual who is driven, competitive and aims to achieve? Do you have a passion for technology and IT, with an analytical approach to problem solving and a keen eye for detail?
If your answer is yes, we need your passion, your skillset and ideas.
As a Zaizi Graduate you’ll be working for an innovative and progressive company, with exposure to the latest technologies, and enjoy a varied and challenging role that only comes from working in a small company.
Zaizi are committed to employee engagement from the very start of your career journey. To enhance this, you will have a dedicated line manager and a tech lead, both of whom are committed to your development.
Contact us now and tell us why we should hire you.
Why should you choose Zaizi?
• You’ll be given a coding buddy for the first three months of your employment to help you learn about Zaizi’s coding standards, culture and philosophy.
• You’ll get your hands on the latest cutting edge technology stack. Just some of the stuff we’re using at the moment include: AWS, Azure, Talend, J2SE, YUI, Jenkins, Terraform, Ansible, Docker, Vagrant, Packer, Nagios, ElasticSearch, Logstash, Kibana, VMWare, Linux, MySQL, Drupal, Slack.
• We will quickly move you into a team which best suits your talents where you will be committing code from day one.
• We work in small, agile and autonomous teams with no politics. You’ll be a key player in your team right from the start.
• We encourage people to fail fast and learn quickly.
• We won’t hold you back.
• We give you free fruit and great coffee.
• We share ideas, through meetups, tech talks, blogs.
• We have dart gun wars in the office – this helps to release any tensions!
about what other students who study the same course as you go on to do once they leave uni?
Take a look at What do Graduates do?
The report (3 November 2016) uses data from the Destination of Leavers of Higher Education (DLHE) survey to.give a picture of the destinations of 2015’s first degree graduates in January 2016 – six months after they had left university.
Get some tips to help you achieve your dream of moving on from an internship to getting a graduate job in the sector by reading this efinancialcareers article giving tips from current analysts, formerly successful IBD interns and career consultants.
Be aware: Six things you need to check before you sign a contract. An interesting Guardian article highlights factors such as hours of work, salary and job title.
- Work experience
- Soft skills, eg communication, team work, initiative, creativity, leadership, flexibility. In other words the skills that you need to do the job and work in a particular organisation
Work experience: How to find it
- Jobs Board
- Exploring career options
- Work experience and resources
- International work experience
- Talk to a careers consultant. Not on campus? You can get help by ‘phone, email or Skype – just let us know your preference when you contact us
An article on TARGETjobs should help you to understand the different competencies graduate employers expect, provide tips on how to develop them, and give examples of how they are assessed and how to demonstrate your abilities.