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Careers

Take your career in a new direction

If you’re passionate about working with others to deliver results, about shaping the future, growing with us – professionally and personally – and if you thrive on being relied on, you’ll like working here.

Our UX. Your passion.

If you're a visual or user experience designer passionate about creating intuitive cross-platform digital products, make your career with us.

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Our recruitment process

Learn about the procedure we follow and read our advice on how to succeed at each stage.

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Please contact us if you have any questions about careers and opportunities here at Ordnance Survey.

Opportunities we offer

Learn about what people do in different parts of the business, whether it's surveying, product management, HR or finance.

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When you join us

Learn about what happens during your induction on day one and during the weeks afterwards.

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Summer internships

Our paid internships last between six to 12 weeks and we offer roles in a variety of disciplines at our head office in Southampton. You will be able to apply for our next intake of undergraduate interns in 2015 around Easter time.

In the meantime, take a look at what one of our interns achieved – a Minecraft map of Great Britain.
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Current vacancies

Find out about the jobs for which we are currently recruiting.

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Employee benefits

You'll enjoy a range of lifestyle and financial benefits working with us.

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Our graduate scheme

The closing date for applications for 2014 graduate entry has now passed; you will next be able to apply in February/March 2015. In the meantime, read about our current graduates and what you can expect from working here.

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