Infosys Ltd. invites you to join our Global Internship Program 'InStep' this summer! InStep is Infosys' Global Internship Program for undergraduate, graduate and PhD students from the top 125 academic institutions around the world.
"Travelling to India alone to work for Infosys was a big step for me. However, the InStep program brings many talented students from various backgrounds to create a close-knit community within the company. Nowhere else can you connect with individuals from around the world while developing cutting edge technology alongside talented professionals"
- David Chien, Engineering Student, University of California - Los Angeles
" Through Infosys, I have come to understand and appreciate first hand the power of a company to change the world-to transform the ambitions of a nation and to reconfigure the world's understanding of business in a global economy. I believe that the skill and understanding I have developed here has deeply enriched me personally and will empower me professionally throughout my career."
- Eugenie Rosenthal, Stanford University graduate
School of Business
About Instep, Infosys' Global Internship Program
InStep is Infosys' Global Internship Program for undergraduate, graduate, MBA and PhD students from top academic institutions around the world. As part of the Infosys family, you are given a chance to work on high impact assignments ranging from live technology projects to cutting-edge research in our offices in India. While you explore new markets and emerging technologies, you gain unparalleled international work experience and build a global network of colleagues.
Students with a technical background are offered an opportunity to work on projects involving cutting-edge technologies in diverse areas such as BPM, Knowledge Engineering, Legacy Modernization, Security, Information Management, CRM, Mobile Computing, SOA, P2P, Enterprise Mobility, Grid Computing, Performance Engineering, Pervasive Computing, QoS and Application QoS, Web Services, Wireless and Web 2.0, with different units such as Software Engineering and Technology Labs (SETLabs), Product Lifecycle and Engineering Solutions (PLES) and System Integration. To view our projects in detail, please log on to http://www.infosys.com/InStepWeb/projects/default.asp
India (Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune) and China (Shanghai)
Average internship duration is 8-16 weeks. The exact duration depends on the requirements of the project and the intern's availability.
March 15th, 2012
Log on to our website at www.infosys.com/instepweb<http://www.infosys.com/instepweb>
Watch our YouTube video<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SN9rfrbuPLw> or write to Aarti_jethwani(a)infosys.com<mailto:Aarti_jethwani@infosys.com>
In 2010-2011, the InStep Program received over 4,000 applications for 175 positions in the company. Apply soon!
* Comprehensive compensation package that includes a monthly stipend, return airfare, visa fee, accommodation, transportation, health club membership and medical insurance.
* Interactions with business leaders and access to senior management through multiple industry workshops.
* Opportunity to participate in business plan competition, coding competition, cultural workshops and training modules.
* Guidance from project mentors and constant support from student mentors to enhance program experience.
* Platform to interact with a diverse group of interns representing over 40 different nationalities and a network of over 1000 alumni.
Infosys Technologies Ltd (NASDAQ: INFY) defines, designs and delivers IT-enabled business solutions that help Global 2000 companies succeed. These solutions focus on providing strategic differentiation and operational superiority to clients. Infosys creates these solutions for its clients by leveraging its domain and business expertise along with a complete range of services. With Infosys, clients are assured of a transparent business partner, world-class processes, speed of execution and the power to stretch their IT budget by leveraging the Global Delivery Model that Infosys pioneered. Infosys has over 145,088 employees in 33 countries, and revenues exceeding $6 billion.
Did you know ?
* Infosys was started in 1981 by 7 individuals, 250 USD and a dream
* Wired Magazine listed Infosys # 9 among 40 companies reshaping the global economy
* Business Week rated us as the # 1 IT services company
* Financial Times voted us among the 90 most respected companies in world
* Our CEO Kris Gopalakrishnan was named one of the most influential management thinkers By Thinkers 50.
* In 2007, Fortune magazine named Infosys amongst the 10 best companies in the world for grooming leaders.
Here's what Shreedipta Mitra, Cambridge, Instep Intern 2011 has to say about her InStep experience - "My internship with Infosys has definitely been the most memorable 10 weeks of my life and a greatly enriching experience! I worked with the sustainability team of Infosys Labs and my project involved simulating buildings to study energy usage patterns and introduce better demand response management in them. It was an individual project but had guidance whenever required from my project mentor. There is a lot of scope for independent learning and developing good work ethics such as working to deadlines, being creative but responsible, taking the initiative and being willing to undertake new challenges everyday"
For more details on the type of projects we are running this year please see the attachment or visit http://www.infosys.com/InStepWeb/projects/default.asp or write to aarti_jethwani(a)infosys.com<mailto:email@example.com>
> Local software company CoreFiling is hosting an informal get-together
at The Red Lion pub on Thursday 23rd February. Members of the
development team will be on hand to talk to students considering careers
in the software industry and to discuss the opportunities for
internships and full time positions available at CoreFiling. Are you
interested in working with Java, Python, XML and Linux? Curious about
Extreme Programming and Test Driven Development? Want to know how
international software projects are managed? If so then come along for
a chat over a drink or two to find out more.
> Drinks and snacks will be provided. No need to book.
> Date: Thursday 23rd February (6th week)
> Time: 5.30pm - 8.30pm.
> Location: Red Lion Pub, Gloucester Green.
Ahoy there Oxford-ers!
If you're a techy/numerate soul who's thinking about dusting off your CV and beginning the search for a top notch graduate role, and you feel that your interest might be piqued by a company whose been in the The Sunday Times "Best Small Companies to Work For" list for 6 years running, then do read on dear reader.
Red Gate Software is an award-winning software development company (yes, we like to toot our own horn at any given opportunity), and we currently have some great graduate roles which we're hiring for right now.
If our name has never before this day reached your fair ears, then let us divulge that at Red Gate, we're all about the culture. We believe in providing people with the tools they'll need to do the best work of their lives and in giving people the freedom and flexibility to do this. Our culture is relaxed, informal and fun. We avoid office politics and red tape and believe in open discussions and the free flow of ideas. If this hasn't yet ignited a yearning deep within your student soul, then maybe the daily free breakfast and lunch, feel good funds and company days out will?
Here's a spot of detail about our current Graduate roles;
Graduate Software Engineer;
As a crucial member of a small, multi-disciplinary team, you'll help to create ingeniously simple software. You also won't just be writing development code - you'll write tests, influence product decisions, work on the UI, and inform marketing campaigns You'll have a 2:1 or 1st and significant experience of programming either in/outside your degree
Graduate Test Engineer;
As a graduate test engineer, you'll get stuck right into the heart of it all. Here, testing isn't just that last little appendage to development; it's an obsession. From day one you'll have freedom to write your own test code, construct testing environments, and wade into technical investigations. You'll need a 2:1 or 1st and an understanding of how to program
Graduate User Experience Specialist;
You'll create compelling user experiences mocked up to varying degrees of fidelity, working with an amazing team of engineers, testers, authors, and other user experience specialists. You'll find your passion for design realised from day one. You'll have a 2:1 or 1st and an understanding of some common causes of usability problems and the principles of interaction design.
Graduate Technical Author;
You'll help to develop software applications, from start to finish, that are simple and enjoyable to use. In this role, you'll be involved in almost every aspect of the business, gaining an unrivalled set of skills and experiences. You'll have a 2:1 or 1st, a genuine interest in technology and enviable communication skills
Graduate Marketing Associate
You'll help execute and monitor marketing campaigns across a range of software products. You'll be gaining access not just to all the latest tools, trends, and tactics but more importantly, you'll be getting to try stuff out every day. You'll have a 2:1 or 1st in a technical/numerate subject and strong analytical skills.
If you're feeling interested/curious/desperate for an excuse to avoid pesky dissertations etc, then please have a nosey at www.red-gate.com/jobs<http://www.red-gate.com/jobs> for further details and how to apply.
We have another vacancy - this one is at a different salary scale,
and is permanent rather then fixed-term:
Do you consider yourself a capable Unix/Linux systems administrator?
Are you enthusiastic about working in an expert team where quality of
service, attention to detail, and a willingness to respond positively to
new challenges are all important? Would you also be able to specify,
install, network and configure Linux platforms for resilient, enterprise
IT systems? If so, we invite you to apply for the post of Unix Systems
Administrator at Oxford University Computing Services.
For more details and to apply, please see
Dominic Hargreaves | http://www.larted.org.uk/~dom/
PGP key 5178E2A5 from the.earth.li (keyserver,web,email)
We're looking for an exceptional dev to fill the role of Technical co-Founder for a very exciting, funded, startup - details attached.
40 Hamilton Terrace
London NW8 9UJ
t: +44 20 7286 0071
m: +44 77 66 66 16 99
Looking for a challenging and rewarding placement this summer? Have a
talent and interest for writing software? Could use a salary of £20,000
If so, we want to hear from you!
Ensoft is one of the UK's most successful small software companies, with
a team of 50 engineers and over £7.5 million in annual turnover. We've
grown by recruiting some of the very best Oxbridge graduates each year.
We are looking for two interns to join our software development team
during summer 2012.
The application process is simple:
* Send a CV to recruitment(a)ensoft.co.uk
<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> by*5pm on Thursday 16th February
Interviews are held on Tuesday 21st February 2012 at The Randolph
Hotel, Oxford. (They last for no more than 2 hours).
Job offers are made before the end of term.
There is more information on our website about the details to provide in
your CV (www.ensoft.co.uk/careers/applying
<http://www.ensoft.co.uk/careers/applying>). But I would encourage you
to apply soon. While everything is designed to take up as little of your
time as we can, it is still very competitive for places.
I hope to hear from you soon.
Thanks for your time,
Managing Director, Ensoft
Anthony, Oxford, Maths and Computer Science
I was in my third year of a Maths & Computer Science degree at Oxford
when it dawned on me that I couldn't spend another summer lazing around
in the sun (or what there is in England) and that I should get some
proper experience in the world. This decision was made in earnest in
Hilary term, and I began to worry that I had left things too late and
that all the worthwhile businesses would have already filled their
quotas. How wrong I was.
/To read Anthony's full casebook click here
Colin, Cambridge, Computer Science
Sometime during my first year at Cambridge, I became aware that I would
have three months of holiday over the summer. I wasn't particularly
worried about boredom, but it did occur to me that I should probably do
something more helpful to both my CV and my bank balance than slowly
work my way through Steam's "Games Under £5" section.
/To read Colin's full
* Ensoft Limited, Registered in Cardiff No. 3351902
* Registered Office: 13 Station Road, Finchley, London N3 2SB
Thanks very much for your help. I've pasted details of one vacancy below. All our jobs can be searched @ http://www.enterpriserecruitment.com/
Graduate and PhD Software Engineers
Successful Graduate Software Engineers will work in the heart of research and development for the design and implementation of the most sophisticated and technologically advanced video conferencing systems on the planet. Graduate Software Engineers will join one of the many small development teams and be involved in the design and implementation of product features from day one.
The company are currently considering Graduate Software Engineers who fit 1 of 3 profiles -
Profile 1 -
· Knowledge of C/C++
· An interest in low-level system software and/or real time embedded software
Profile 2 -
· Knowledge of Object Orientated programming with C++ or Python
· An interest in system software or network programming
Profile 3 -
· Knowledge of functional programming with Erlang or Haskell
Desirable skills - Linux, TCP/IP networking, H.323/SIP experience, digital hardware design, DSP, FPGAs and VHDL, exposure video and audio encoding and processing techniques and technologies
Due to the highly technical nature of the work applicants must have an outstanding academic background including A & B grade A levels and a top degree. Graduate software engineers can expect a generous starting salary of between £34k and £40k (PhD candidates) plus a range of benefits.
Position: Graduate Software Engineer
Location: Langley & Reading, Berkshire (Easy train commute from London)
Benefits: Permanent Health Scheme, Private Healthcare, 25 days holiday, 8% pension
Key Skills: Strong C, C++, Python, haskell or Erlang.
Desirable skills: Embedded systems, Networking, Security, networking, TCP/IP, assembler, Linux, PHP, Perl, encryption, VHDL, DSP, FPGA, video etc
If you don't fit this requirement exactly but are interested in this type of work - please e-mail a CV as we have other similar positions.
jamie(a)enterpriserecruitment.com 01442 874884