With over 900 million visits last year, Argos.co.uk is one of the most popular sites out there. What does this mean for you? Simply that everything you do will be experienced by millions of people – a great thing to have on your CV.
Software Engineering Graduate Scheme
Engineered to Perfection
Build it better. Built it first.
Apps. Websites. Search algorithms. Supply chain systems. A new machine learning practice. The technology for next-generation contact centres…
You name it, we’re building it. On this two-year scheme, you’ll discover how fun and challenging it can be. Based at our technology hub in London, you’ll bring your curiosity and help us solve big problems. We work in an agile environment that will see you collaborating with engineers, designers and testers. Dreaming up features. Writing robust code. Setting new standards for the entire industry.
Who we are
We’re the team shaping the experience of millions of people. The team building innovations from the ground up. The team that’s collaborative and never afraid to think big.
What's on offer
24-month scheme with rotations
Brand new Mac or Windows laptop
Discounts at Argos, Sainsbury’s and Habitat
Flexible working and 24 days' holiday per year
Technologies we use
What we're looking for
- 2:1 or above in Computer Science or similar field
- Proven coding skills
- Knowledge and experience of Java
- Natural curiosity and passion for technology
What our people say
“It does feel like a start-up working here because everything is so new – nearly everyone has joined in the last two years. We’re growing fast, and there are new faces all the time, but everyone integrates really quickly. We’re like a family. I was taken on as a junior at Argos, but within just a few months, I was promoted to my development role.”
“As a developer on the digital store browser platform, I work on the tablets – a digital version of our famous printed catalogue. I also develop the kiosks, which are like unmanned tills in the stores. I came to Argos because I’d heard about their ambitious digital transformation programme. It’s great, because all that change pushes you out of your comfort zone, and encourages you to learn more.”