The Inside Track: Six steps to Graduate Programme success
My experiences of what you can expect before, during and after going through the Scott Logic Graduate Programme, and how onboarding worked during Lockdown.
By starting your career as a Scott Logic graduate, you'll feel supported every step of the way. Hear from some our recent graduate joiners as they share their experiences.
They describe our learning culture, the different routes you can follow into the business, and how they've been supported to grow and flourish.
You’ll find the link on the page for the graduate vacancy you’re interested in. We’ll ask for some basic information including your latest CV.
A member of our recruitment team will give you a call for an informal chat about your application.
We offer a hybrid working approach at Scott Logic which you can find out about here. As a graduate, we recommend that you spend most of your time in the office. This will enable you to connect more easily with your mentors, build your network, and benefit from learning by ‘osmosis’ within the office environment.
Working in small teams, all our graduates get to tackle a design and build project, putting into practice skills gained after several weeks of general and specialist technical training. The group project is designed to introduce you to new ways of working and give you a hands-on experience of developing software in a commercial environment.
This blog post, written by a graduate developer joining the Edinburgh team, reflects on his induction week experience at Newcastle. A total of sixteen graduates across UX, development, and testing joined this August, and the induction was an ideal opportunity for everyone to meet.
After a few weeks of HTML5 and Java training, the Newcastle summer graduates were given the task of creating a stock portfolio watchlist application that allowed the user to track the prices of various stocks.