If you're a recent graduate or soon-to-be graduate, join us and unlock a world of carefully curated experiences, knowledge, and connections to shape your career. Along the way, you can expect all the training and support you need to make your mark on the world. Put simply, we’ll empower you to help determine how we do things and where we go next. Our graduates are a vital part of our success, and we welcome applications from people from all walks of life. Whoever you are and wherever you want to join us, if you’re curious, creative and ambitious, this is a world in which you can truly belong.
2-year rotational programme designed to give you depth and breadth of experience.
Why the Cyber and Security Graduate programme?
Join our Cyber Security team within the Chief Security Office, and you’ll have the opportunity to play a key part in keeping our customers, clients and colleagues safe from cyber-crime. This is a team in which everyone is focused on defending the bank: some are proactive, researching potential threats from hackers, while others play a reactive role in which they respond to incidents that might challenge our security. To gain maximum benefit from your graduate programme, you’ll experience many aspects of our work over a two-year period. You can expect three rotations around a variety of teams which might include Cyber & Physical Security, Resilience, Crisis Management, Security Operations and Intelligence and more. This is an exciting place to be: hackers constantly attempt to find new ways to threaten our security, and we never rest in learning new ways to prevent them. We’re one of the strongest banks for Cyber Security, and this is your opportunity to learn from the best.
Cyber and Security at Barclays
The Chief Security Office’s ongoing mission is to keep the bank and our customers, clients and colleagues safe, secure and always on. Every day presents new challenges. These range from cyber security, terrorism, viruses, world events, fraudsters, and even upheaval in the external economic climate. We partner with teams across the bank to minimise disruption to our services from threats such as these, and to make sure thatany services affected by disruption can bounce back quickly. As the world around us changes, we are prepared and ready to respond. This makes our work endlessly interesting, meaningful and challenging.
What we are looking for:
To be considered for this programme, you must be motivated with a strong degree or expected degree – in any area.
Ideally, you would also have: An interest in working in technology, the ability to act as a bridge between the business and technology teams, and a passion to deliver the next technological breakthrough.
Working in Glasgow
Barclays Glasgow is at the heart of our business in Scotland, and a site of strategic importance. We have been in Scotland for 250 years, and our significance has never been as important as it is today: we’re recognised as a centre of excellence.
It’s the focus for a national team of 2,500 people that offers the latest technology and a superb working environment
The vibrant and buzzing city of Glasgow offers endless opportunities to enjoy life outside the office. From major exhibitions to festivals, you’ll find the best of culture, food, sport, art and entertainment.
Barclays will accept applications from candidate who require visa sponsorship to work in the UK
It is the policy of Barclays to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or domestic/civil partnership status, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by law.