Right now we have jobs available in almost every area.
We are now accepting resumes for our 2014 roles.
The recruitment process - what to expect
You've already started the road into IBM by visiting our careers website. Once you've found the type of role you think would best suit you, you'll be asked to fill out a registration form, and attach a CV and a cover letter
Once you apply we'll reach out to you and talk for a few minutes on your background, grades and degree, we really just want to know a little more about you.
Next is our online computer adaptive test, definitely follow the instructions on this one, it's not as hard as it looks but make sure you set some quiet time to complete it.
So you've survived the test, now a member of the IBM graduate recruitment team will evaluate your application and assess your suitability for a career at IBM. This is a critical stage and often takes a little while. We have to ensure that we are the right company for you.
Once we've gone through your details we'll invite you to meet one of our recruiters face to face or over the phone. This is a more structured interview so be sure to prepare for it.
Once we've met you, your recruiter will contact you to arrange a group interview and assessment session, called a 'fast track' day. This will entail group presentations by IBM staff, panel questions, written assessments and finally a one on one interview with key IBMers. This is a great chance for you to get an idea of how IBM works and to meet your potential new workmates.
If successful at your nominated Fast Track day, you'll be made a formal offer to join the IBM Graduate program. You'll know within 48hrs if you've been successful and you'll receive your offer on paper that week.
If an offer is made and you accept, then you will be inducted to IBM once you have graduated. Then it's up to you to build a career that you can really be proud of.