Here you will find answers to some of the questions we hear most. If you don't see your question answered here, please contact us and we will be happy to help.
You will start at around 9am - although it could be earlier or later, depending on your sleeping habits! You'll probably start by making yourself a drink and catching up on your emails. Suitably fortified, you'll make headway on your current tasks - which will have already been agreed with your manager, along with estimates of how long they will take, at the beginning of each week.
Tasks vary between learning about a new feature of the industry, to getting your head down and designing, coding and testing. These tasks are intermingled with status meetings, white board sessions, training seminars and day-to-day contact with your manager and team.
You can have lunch in the canteen or take a walk into the local shops and cafes. If you like sports, you can choose to play badminton, football, squash, tennis... all played at different standards to suit everyone's level of skill.
Towards 6pm, there's often a move to go for a drink to celebrate the arrival of a new starter, a happy occasion or just the end of the day.
Your contracted hours will be 37.5 hours per week. In practice, and out of choice, most people work slightly more than this. However, our working hours are pretty flexible so, as long as you get the work done (and do it well), you don't have to stick to the normal 9 - 5.30 routine.
With customers throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia, and with offices on both sides of the Atlantic, the opportunities for travel are excellent.
You will be given real responsibility from day one. Your mentor and manager will ensure you have a development plan that is tailored to you. There will be a supportive team around you and you'll never be left 'on your own'.