Worldpay Graduate Programme - Software Engineering

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Salary:
£34,000 including flexi benefits
Location:
The East, Cambridge
Apply by:
17th June 2019
Start date:
September 2019
Job type:
Graduate job

When you join our technology hub in Cambridge, you’ll be a part of the world’s largest payment provider, responsible for billions of transactions every year. Our digital teams make this happen.


What was the last thing you paid for? The chances are we made that happen. As one of our engineering graduates you’ll be part of developing the technologies that change how millions of people around the world go about their daily lives.


Joining one of our agile scrum teams, the programme will fully immerse you in our development cycle - you’ll contribute to development, test and application support, reflecting the cross functional nature of our teams. Our teams are small and target fast feature development on our best-of-breed global payments platform. Because of team sizes you’ll partner closely with senior developers, helping you to upskill quickly.


Be motivated


As with all things at Worldpay, we move fast. Worldpay engineers are extremely motivated and self organising, so it’s important to us that you have the attitude and aptitude required to keep up.


Be curious


We tackle new problems with bags of enthusiasm and are focused relentlessly on pushing technology forward. An enquiring mind that likes challenges will help you fit to fit in well.


  • Working with Java and database development tools (Oracle PL/SQL).
  • Learning in a Linux development environment.
  • Designing, developing and testing our work.
  • Growing your awareness of software architecture and industry design patterns.
  • Working with a team, committed to clean code principles.
  • Pair programming to up-skill quickly.


Meet Boris



"The work we do is so customer focused and interesting, we’re changing the way the world pays and you can really feel that we’re trying to be the best at it. There are so many opportunities here if you want to explore them, once you’ve earned your manager’s trust, you can progress and work on the things that interest you most."


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