Technology Cyber and Security Analyst Graduate Apprenticeship Programme 2024 (Glasgow) Glasgow, United Kingdom
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As an apprentice, you’ll join us in real, permanent, well-paid jobs – doing real, challenging work from the very start. At the same time, you’ll receive world-class training towards recognised, meaningful qualifications – up to Master’s degree level. Every apprentice is given the same level of support, no matter where you start or where you come from. We’ll guide you all the way, from the application process, through your training, to qualification and beyond.
So, if you’re thinking about your next steps, think differently. Think Barclays.
Oct. 06, 2023
COO & Functions
Apprentice - Higher Apprentice
Annual Salary: £22,250 + benefits
Getting a degree is a huge achievement that can completely change your prospects – but it’s not always open to everyone, whether that's due to the cost of university or the timing not being right. But with our Graduate Apprenticeship programme, all that can change. Here at Barclays we offer a world-class programme that provides you with a permanent, full-time job with a competitive salary from day one - all whilst gaining a degree qualification from a top university at the same time. Whether you're a school-leaver looking for alternative options to the traditional university route or you're someone thinking differently about your future, we'll help you to build an extraordinary career at Barclays, no matter your background.
Why a Barclays Apprenticeship?
You’ll get the opportunity to earn while you learn, gaining a degree with a top university at the same time as earning a full-time salary in a permanent job. A unique chance to get a degree qualification without the student loan, all whilst getting 4 years of work experience under your belt. Your role within Operations will give you the opportunity to apply your theoretical learning to real-life impactful work that’s central to the success of the bank.
We’ve spent 11 years perfecting the support that you’ll receive on our Apprenticeship programme. That starts with our market-leading Talent Coach model: from day one, you’ll be assigned a talent coach matched to your needs and background, and together with your line manager, they’ll support you as an individual. We’ll also match you to an expert in your specialist subject, ready to share their knowledge.
The Apprenticeship route gives you the opportunity for self-discovery and helps you to explore different career paths. With over 325 years of expertise in Banking, Barclays operates in over 40 countries, employing over 80,000 people to help move, lend, invest and protect money for customers and clients worldwide. Giving you endless opportunities to network and discover what makes you tick.
Our programme is open to anyone, no matter your background or your age. Soyou’ll be joining an Apprenticeship cohort who are from all different walks of life, whether that’s school leavers starting their career, ex-military wanting to kick-start a career in the corporate world to parents wanting to return to work after having time off.
Operations at Barclays
No banking service happens by magic. But that’s how we’d like it to feel for our customers. And to do that, there’s one team we turn to: Operations. As an Apprentice in Operations, your data-driven observations could completely transform the way we work, what we offer and the technology we use. Working in Operations gives you the opportunity to be at the very centre of the business, with day-to-day exposure of many different areas of the bank.
If you’re not yet sure what career path best suits you, then working in Operations at Barclays offers the opportunity to explore different roles that will help you discover which area of the bank you can truly thrive in. You could be placed in a team that helps provide financial services to a large client base across our Private Bank and Wealth divisions, client reporting and reviewing tax packs, account opening and quality assurance reviews, risk awareness across Barclays colleagues, lending operations or even investigating fraud claims. There’s endless opportunity to apply your studies to real and purposeful operational work, whilst giving you the wide-spanning coverage to help you learn and progress.
Are you eligible?
First, you’ll need the right qualifications. For the Operations Degree Apprenticeship programme in 4 Highers (minimum B grades) including Maths and English.
Beyond that though, we’re also looking for commitment and enthusiasm. Our Apprenticeships place deep investment in you as an individual. That means we need you to match that commitment: you’ll turn up every day ready to work hard, push yourself, and think differently about what you’re capable of. You’ll have the backing of a global bank, and you’ll rise to that expectation.
Working in Glasgow
Our brand newstate-of-the-art campus in Glasgow is somewhere you'll want to work. It's the home of a team of 5,500 colleagues who thrive in an environment that's designed with collaboration and the future of work in mind. The campus is made up of creative spaces and technology with hybrid working opportunities at the heart. The campus is inclusive to all, with a specific focus on neurodiversity through our partnership with Scottish Autism.
As well as offering the perfect space for collaborative working, there's also plenty to get involved in outside of your day job. From live music in the canteen, a rooftop bar that overlooks the Clyde for meeting up with colleagues after hours and even an on-site beekeeping club.
Barclays will require applicants for this position to have legal right to work in the UK
Our apprenticeships are open to anyone, from any background, and any age. And that’s why we make sure to offer you a competitive package of benefits that are flexible to you, whatever stage of life you are in – from school leavers to return-to-work parents.
These key qualities will help you lay a solid foundation for success on our programmes. From day one, we’ll help you further develop and strengthen them.
There’s no other business quite like Barclays. There are no other careers quite like ours. We’re here to champion your development, and we truly want you to enjoy your career journey. We’ll give you all the support and encouragement you need to make the most of this experience. And you’ll have the chance to make a genuine contribution to our inclusive culture and support our purpose as we serve our customers, clients, communities and colleagues.
This is the spirit of Barclays. It’s why we exist, what we believe and how we behave. But most importantly, it’s how we make decisions, take action and get things done.
We exist to provide responsible finance to people and business – but also a whole lot more.
We believe great talent RISES. It acts with Respect, Integrity, Service, Excellence and Stewardship.
We discover our full potential through our desire to Empower, Challenge and Drive each other.
We're committed to providing a supportive and simplified experience for our candidates throughout the application and assessment process. Here, you will find information about what to expect and some guidance around your assessment and interview.
While the application process depends on the role, there are some constant steps, which are;
Step 1 - Your application
Step 2 - Your assessment
Step 3 - Your interview
Step 4 - Next steps
We aim to create an inclusive work environment where everyone can reach their full potential. If you require any adjustments to our recruitment process, please let us know as part of your application.
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Barclays offers a diverse, inclusive and engaged culture. A place where people can bring their whole selves to work and be respected for who they are, valued for what they do and celebrated for their contribution to our business and our community.
We are an equal opportunity employer and opposed to discrimination on any grounds. It is the policy of Barclays to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, colour, creed, religion, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or domestic/civil partnership status, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by law.