Graduate and apprenticeship schemes

Your career starts here. Whether you choose a technical or professional path, get a head start on a rewarding career with Jisc.

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Find your niche

Here at Jisc, we’re committed to being a force for good in the UK education and research sector and we’re always looking for people who want to help us make a positive impact.

Our culture is one of lifelong learning, and if you join our team, you’ll be part of a supportive working environment where everyone’s voice is heard. We’ll help you carve a meaningful career where you can try new things, collect new skills and keep us at the cutting-edge.

We’re a tech company, but our graduate and apprenticeship schemes are broad and varied. We hire for all sorts of positions right across the organisation. Some roles require a technical background, while others don’t. So, whether you’re interested in pursuing a career in IT, finance or business, we’ll give you the tools you need to grow and flourish.

A meaningful career

Jisc provides digital solutions for UK education and research.

Our vision is for the UK to be the most digitally-advanced higher education, further education and research nation in the world.

Find out more about what we do and what it’s like to work here.

Apprentices and graduates


Earn while you learn with our professional and technology apprenticeships between one and four years. Explore opportunities in ICT, legal, finance, project management and service delivery.

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With our two-year graduate scheme, you can try your hand at different specialisms within our tech teams. You’ll also get the chance to learn about the wider business on unique placements.

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What to expect from our recruitment process

Our application process is quick and easy, and we promise to let all candidates know the status of their application and the outcome.

Step 1:

Apply online – this is your opportunity to learn all you can about the opportunities available. Read all the information provided online and ask any questions before applying. Then it’s over to us to review your application.

Step 2:

Attend an assessment centre - for those shortlisted, we will be running virtual assessment centres. These will involve group tasks and interviews, with plenty of opportunities for you to find out more about our schemes and ask questions. We'll send details of what to expect from the assessment centre beforehand.

Step 3:

Review your feedback - everyone who attends an assessment centre will get detailed feedback from us, regardless of whether you get the role.

Contact us

If you have any questions or need any adjustments to the application or selection process, we’re here to help.

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