As a Graduate with Kainos, you’ll work on projects where you can make a real difference to people’s lives.
We’ve built a truly creative, stimulating and rewarding work environment at Kainos. You’ll plot out your own career path, with access to bespoke training, making sure your first steps in the industry are taken with confidence.
As part of the team, you’ll take part in our award-winning seven-week Trainee Development Programme. Then you’ll join one of our many project teams and begin working on projects that will challenge you across finance, health and public services.
We offer exciting new Graduate roles every year, from User Design, to WebOps, to Software Engineering, we’ve got a role to suit you and your degree no matter what the speciality. Don’t just take our word for it – find out more from some of our Graduates.
You’ll have or will be studying a relevant IT degree with at least a 60% computing component. You’ll be flexible, have integrity, are determined, creative, supportive and open minded. Most of all, you have a passion for technology and thrive on finding new and better ways to do things.
I have been working with customers to help them understand their data and its quality, as well as analysis to provide insights and highlight the potential to make data driven decisions. I also worked on an internal discovery for Kainos investigating how we communicate and collaborate across the company using text mining and sentiment analysis techniques.
Graduate Data Scientist
For the first few months of my graduate job, I project-managed our fifth annual AppCamp. I learned a lot and upskilled in many areas and these are skills that I will carry with me through my career.
I was attracted to Kainos because of the people, the variety of the projects available and the work culture. In my time as a Graduate Software Engineer since graduating, I’ve learned so much – from various technologies, interpersonal skills, industry awareness, to business knowledge.
You might think Kainos could be a daunting place for an 18-22 year-old, but it’s actually the opposite. Younger staff members are supported and treated just like everyone else – including the directors. They are empowered with responsibility and given opportunities to progress.