Your Future, Accelerated
Explore global opportunities with an ever-expanding business. Reach the highest levels of the commercial world. Go from being a talented, ambitious graduate to being the future of our company. These are just some of the things that could be in store for you when you join us at DCC.
Our intensive programme
Few development experiences can match the intensity of the DCC Business IT Graduate Programme. Over two years, you’ll build up knowledge and skills in different companies, different divisions and potentially different countries as well.
Your opportunity to drive our continuing growth
IT has been a critical enabler of growth at DCC, not just in terms of the technology itself but more importantly how it is applied to the business. As a Business IT graduate, this gives you the opportunity to add real value to the organisation as you master the role of business analyst and learn how systems such as SAP and Oracle are deployed across our businesses.
Gain broad international exposure
This programme puts you at the heart of the action, introducing you to a diverse range of responsibilities, challenges and experiences across our global business. A typical day for our Business IT graduates can include:
- Designing and delivering a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) database for a sales function
- Upgrading a web proposition to support Business-to-Business (B2) marketing activity
- Integrating newly acquired companies onto our IT systems
- Working in a team to integrate a newly acquired business
- Enjoying a team lunch or socialising with colleagues after work
Ongoing development and support
Learning happens in the classroom as well as on the job, and we will also provide funding for you to gain a professional qualification. You will be supported throughout the programme by your Line Manager, a dedicated Coach, a Graduate Buddy, your Graduate Programme Business Contact and of course, the Graduate Programme team.
What we look for
Given the global nature of the programme, it’s essential that you are internationally mobile and have the right to work in the UK, the Republic of Ireland and within the European Economic Area (EEA). You also need a 2:1 degree (or equivalent – e.g. BAC+5) plus strong team-working, communication and relationship-building skills. Your degree can be in any discipline, although ideally it should have some relation to business IT.