BT Centre, 81 Newgate Street, City of London. EC1A 7AJ.
Over 92,600 employees worldwide, with operations in over 170 countries. Turnover of £20,076 billion in 2011.
Excellent training and development opportunities.
“Family friendly” organisation with strong commitment to maintaining a healthy work/life balance.
Diversity in job roles and projects within the company.
Senior managers focussed on cost cutting rather than revenue growth and development.
BT’s graduate programme is centred on developing candidates into future leaders of the company. If ascending to senior management heights doesn’t fit your career plan then BT won’t be for you.
A senior manager within the business will develop a personal development plan with you at an early stage of your programme. While based around your future aspirations, this will be biased towards a leadership path.
Each graduate is assigned a personal tutor who can provide guidance throughout the training period. There are opportunities at early stages to be involved with international projects, while learning from some of the organisations’ best technology experts.
Know what’s going on in the technology world. The interviewers at BT will be keen to explore your knowledge of the technology world in great detail. Do your homework, understand how recent developments impact on BT’s business and have some ideas for how they could best deal with them.
Be prepared to discuss leadership. BT are looking for leaders of the future, and will be looking for evidence of you dealing with someone underperforming or how you resolved a difficult situation.
BT are one of the world’s largest telecommunications businesses, and through its global arm they supply telecommunications solutions to corporations and governments across the world.
BT’s chief aim is to support businesses and customers on a daily basis, and to help them realise their potential in the face of a constantly evolving environment. BT works closely with both individual and business customers to develop their range of services, and consistently deliver the best possible results.
BT are focussed on delivering a responsible and sustainable business model, developing their environmental policies in line with current issues impacting on the global ecosystem.
BT are based out of the BT Centre in the City of London, although have dedicated headquarters in Belfast and Dublin to serve Northern Ireland and Eire as one entity.
In addition, BT have numerous offices situated around the United Kingdom.
BT have offices and operations across the world, including headquarters in Sydney, Buenos Aires and New Delhi.
Salary progression within BT can be slow, with negative correlation in regards to how remuneration compares with more senior roles.
The higher earners at BT tend to be those with long service, who have demonstrated continuing loyalty to the business over a number of years.
Examples of salary brackets at BT;
- Technology Consultant £37,000 - £40,000
- Technical Delivery Manager £43,000 - £47,000
- Business Improvement Consultant £45,000 - £54,000
- Technology Strategist £64,000 - £70,000