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UX Degree Apprentice 1

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13 Aug 2021

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Locations: Nationwide
Intakes: September


Who you’ll be working with

User experience is vital to any IT solution. So, it will come as no surprise that our talented UX community is deeply valued by all our clients.

Match our innovative UX community’s passion for collaboration – both with each other and their clients – and you’ll enjoy scaling private and public sector technology challenges. As part of a team where creativity and ingenuity aren’t just welcomed but expected. So, if you have A-levels or GCSE in the following subjects then these roles might just be for you!

– Computer science
– Digital technology
– Economics
– English language
– English literature
– IT
– Law
– Product design
– Psychology
– Sociology


The focus of your role

You’ll know all too well just how confusing some websites can be – how many times has Alexa, Google or Siri misunderstood you? As a user experience professional, you’ll use different techniques to find out users’ needs, motivations and pain points and inform the design and content of a system or service.

It’s something that calls for a wide range of skills, as you’ll interview users, create detailed plans, ideate innovative designs, produce effective content, understand, and extrapolate data, facilitate workshops, present research findings and more.

Content designer
As a content designer you will design, construct and simplify the content used across services. Producing readable and understandable content for a wide and diverse range of users in order for them to achieve their goals.

Interaction designer
As an interaction designer you will produce innovative designs, iterate prototypes and bring ideas to life. You will work closely with user researchers and content designers to test ideas and build understandable content into your designs.

User researcher
As a user researcher you will be the voice of the user. Identifying, understanding and empathising with their needs in order to help shape the design of services. You will work directly with users to test designs and content so that their needs and goals are met.


What you’ll bring

To be eligible for the programme you will be required to hold:

– 7 GCSE’s including Math and English grades A* – C

And one of the following:

– 3 A levels graded BCC or above
– Level 3 BTEC grades PPD or above
– A level 3 advanced apprenticeship – Pass required
– A passion for technology’s unlimited potential and ability to engage with people.
– The flexibility to travel to clients when required
– Solid communication skills, with the astuteness to really listen and confidence to reach your target audience.
– A love of learning that means you’ll make the most of this growing form of technology to develop your skills in parallel with the needs of your clients.
– Impressive problem-solving capabilities.


What we’ll offer you

An industry-leading career. Access to innovative projects – and entrepreneurial colleagues. A team atmosphere where horizon-expanding challenges are matched with limitless professional opportunities. At Capgemini, we don’t just have a passion for the potential within technology, we live and breathe it. It’s a passion that our people share too.

Did we mention it’s 100% free? We’re sponsoring all of the costs of your degree – You’ll get the best of both worlds – with all the benefits of a job with a prestigious company and those of being a student at one of the best universities in the UK.

So if you want to work in an organisation that celebrates ambition and creativity, and rewards hard work with a flexible benefits package that can be tailored to your life-stage, then you’ll be a natural fit here.

Find out more and apply.




Posted on:

July 15, 2021

Experience level:

Entry Level

Contract type:

Permanent Full Time


Any UK Base

Business units:

ABL Northern Central Europe


Telecom, Media & Technology


We often describe Capgemini as “a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services”. What this means is that we help companies and public sector organisations improve their businesses through smart, appropriate use of technology systems.

We can advise our clients on how to do this (the “consulting” part of our description), and if required implement and improve the actual systems (the “technology” part). We can also manage and run clients’ IT systems on their behalf (the “outsourcing” part). We always look for ways to improve their experience and save them money, for example

by putting some of their systems in the cloud or collaborating with colleagues in other countries.

We work in over 40 countries, and have more than 180,000 employees. Many of our clients are names you’ll recognise, from UK Government departments to Manchester Airports Group and Nationwide Building Society.

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