You’ll be joining a specialist security team that is a trusted partner to governments worldwide. Our customers depend on us to not only understand their needs and the technology required to connect them, but also to keep our networks safe, secure and resilient. Data Science has a central role to play within this, by helping us understand what is happening within our network, and to heading-off problems that might compromise our customers’ experience.
You'll have the following responsibilities
Our Data Science career path aims to develop the blend of skills required to apply your academic knowledge in a business context, while broadening your experience in advanced Data Analytics techniques that can help us counter Cyber Security threats to our network or help us detect and localize network problems. This might involve applying time-series analysis, graph algorithms, statistical inference or a range of Machine Learning techniques, working in languages such as Python, Scala and C++, to help us solve challenging problems that are at the heart of our growth
You'll have the following skills & experience
- A 2.2 degree or higher in a STEM subject - a solid grounding in mathematics, statistics and/or computational algorithms OR, if your interest is outside a traditional STEM subject – a passion for Data Science and the foundational knowledge necessary to grow within our multi-disciplinary teams.
- An interest in applying your knowledge in a fast-moving business environment and be keen to learn allied skills in software development, Big Data technologies, Cyber Security and large-scale digital networks.
Because of the nature of the work we do for some of our customers, our roles will require security clearance. Don’t worry, a member of the Early Careers team will talk you through this.
This is one of our exciting new entry level graduate jobs, meaning you will learn how to do a specific role, rather than a rotation around the business. This role is available in the Global part of our business.