Our new intake of aspiring software engineers will be based at our offices in Warwick and Cheltenham for over a year. The scheme will nurture and guide them through a structured training plan, resulting in a Software Development Technician Level 3 qualification.
Our learning and development consultant Catherine Birch, who is coordinating the initiative said: “While we have offered graduate training schemes in Australia and the UK, it’s really exciting that we are able to run our second apprenticeship programme here in the UK.
“The scheme is an important way for us to support talented people to build their careers and to encourage new generations of expertise and innovation. We wish them all the very best of luck.”
Technical lead Mark Coleman, who is mentoring one of the new starters said: “All of the apprentices have embarked on their new careers positively and with enthusiasm and have been warmly welcomed by the entire business. We can’t wait to see what they are able to achieve.”
New apprentice Alex Norris, said: “I have been looking for a computer related apprenticeship to start off my career and the interview process at IRESS was outstanding compared to others I have had."
Lee Smith, also on the scheme added: "I wanted to learn practically and IRESS seemed like the best choice."
We're up for 'Diversity & Inclusion Initiative of the Year'.
We want to make it easier to advise on and apply for a suitable mortgage.
We're finalists in the IT & Technology category of the 2019 UK School Leaver Awards.
We are proudly supporting this National Apprenticeship Week.
A warm welcome to Steve who takes up his post on the 18th February.
We've been shortlisted for two awards at the 2nd Annual Mortgage Awards 2019 organised by Money Age.
We're proud to be the first company to hire a refugee through the Talent Beyond Boundaries initiative.
We're making it simpler to integrate your choice of third party software into ours.
Volunteers from our Cheltenham office will be taking part in the Mortgage Sleep Out.
Our teams power up their tache’s to support and raise funds for men's health issues.
We've made a commitment to improving gender diversity within financial services.
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