You’re likely to be studying for a relevant postgraduate course, for example on data science, geospatial analytics, or big data. You’ll also be an excellent communicator and, as well as a self-starter, an excellent team player.We’re looking for talented and passionate people ready to shape their career in an innovative culture.
We’re now recruiting graduates for a (September) 2017 start, apply here.
Join us as a graduate and you’ll get stuck into what we do, right away. We think that’s more important than sitting in training courses.
You’ll get exposure to all parts of the business, working with different teams to get to know what we do, how we do it and who our customers are.
We’ll get you started on the most interesting projects, and give you the space to innovate and deliver to make a real difference.
No career is the same at OS and what you end up doing, the projects you end up running, is something we want you to decide.
Did you know?We’re making Oculus Rift games
We created a virtual reality Ben Nevis; Britain’s highest mountain, and gamified it for Oculus Rift, and Google Cardboard.
We’re mapping the stars
Our maps are out of this world – literally. We’ve turned NASA data into a detailed and beautiful map of the surface of Mars, helping speed up the race to get the first man to land there.
We’re the brains behind driverless cars
OS’s best geospatial brains are specking the data infrastructure needed to get driverless cars on the road. We’re a key part of the government’s bid to make the UK the world leader in driverless technology. We’re flying drones
We’re exploring how drones can help in disaster mapping, and build 3D views of cities.
We’re funding the next Pokemon GO
We’re supporting and funding the next generation of GeoTech start-ups. Our Geovation Hub in London is the place for incubating the next big thing in geo-spatial technology and data.
We made Britain taller
Ben Nevis is closer to the stars than we thought. We kitted out the team with the latest technology and sent them to the summit of the country’s highest peak. They went up a tall mountain and came down an even taller one.