Collaborating with leading software developers, tech analysts and technology experts. Bumping into Anthony Joshua in reception. Working on a product that changes how millions of people watch their favourite shows. There’s only one place where you’ll see action like this in your career – and that’s Sky.
Join our Technology apprenticeship programme and you’ll spend two years taking on varied roles, rising to unique challenges and working on the kind of exciting projects you just don’t find anywhere else. All while discovering first-hand how we bring millions of people the entertainment they know and love.
What you’ll be doing:
You’ll join the Network operations team.
Provide 24×7 Operational Support of our Networks, Fixed Line Voice and Mobile Services from Front Line Service Operations to Subject Matter Experts in Transmission, IP, Voice Services, CDN and Security.
Network Operations responsibilities include the production platforms for Broadband, Talk, Sky Mobile, Corporate Voice and the Enterprise Networks connecting our sites and underpinning our data centres.
Our focus is on continual improvement, availability and performance of these critical customer services and supporting infrastructure. Some of the support teams work 24×7 shift patterns which you may be asked to join to provide your training during your apprenticeship.
Just so you know: you’ll work with a broad range of Sky content in the network operations role, some of which isn’t suitable for under-18s. For this reason, we can’t accept applications from people younger than 18 years old for the start date of 1st September 2020.
What you’ll need to be:
- Passionate about technology and our brand
- Collaborative and great with people
- A self-starter, resilient when it gets hectic
- A problem-solver
- Approachable and adaptable
Location: Sky, 1 Brick Lane, London, E1 6PU
Closing: The date is currently Feb 17th 2020 but things change quickly so apply as soon as you can!
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