All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Computacenter employees based on 115 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.6/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.9/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.8/5
 
Benefits:
3.5/5
 
Company Culture:
4.2/5
 
Career Progression:
4.1/5
 
Colleagues:
4.4/5
 
Training:
4/5
 
Enjoyment:
4.1/5
 
Overall Rating:
4/5
 

At Computacenter, our tag line is ‘enabling users in a digital world’ – and that’s exactly what we do. We equip our customers’ people with the best tools and technology so they can get on and do what they do best. We put our customers and people at the heart of everything we do.
We have exceptional roles in Sales, International Business and Project Management Programmes. We expect a lot of you at Computacenter but in return we’ll give a lot too. We’ll put you through an intensive development programme with access to our Senior Management, all the role and behavioural training you’ll need and the opportunity to launch your successful career as a future leader of our company.
Don’t just take our word for it though – we recently got named as the 30th best place for Graduates to work in 2018/2019. An achievement that we are extremely proud of as it is shows our current and previous Graduates love being part of our programmes as much as we love developing them.

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There is no stronger future leader than one that has been grown from within the organisation, and we are passionate about the competitive advantage which nurturing future talent provides. Every young person on one of our Future Talent pathways brings a fresh and innovative approach to how we do business, and we are justly proud of achievements of each of them.

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WE WIN BY

 PUTTING CUSTOMERS FIRST

We work hard to get to know our customers and really understand their needs. That let us use our experience to help them in the right way at the right time.

BEING STRAIGHTFORWARD

We’re practical and pragmatic.
We believe in solutions over talk.
We express ourselves in the clearest possible way.
And we’re open and honest in all of our dealings.

KEEPING PROMISES

We do our very best to keep our promises.
And when that’s difficult, we help our customers find other ways of solving their problems.

 

WE DO IT TOGETHER BY

CONSIDERING THE LONG TERM

We’re building a business for the long term.
This leads our decisions and actions and helps people really trust us.

UNDERSTANDING PEOPLE MATTER

We build strong, rewarding, supportive relationships.
And we treat people as we expect them to treat us.

INSPIRING SUCCESS

We’re proud of the people we work with.
We do the best to support each other through the downs and we always celebrate the ups.

 


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What are the best and worst things about your job?

Lots of opportunities available to be able to learn and develop, and lots of people who are willing to help, even if you don't ask.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Project Management Job Title: Project Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexibility.
Job opportunies.
Friendly collegues that want you to succeed.

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

People

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Projects & Programmes Practice Job Title: Project Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

I was given a lot of responsibility when I joined, you are very customer facing and will be delivering on work to them. This is unlike some other graduate schemes.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Sales Job Title: Sales Associate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The role is so diverse, no two days are the same. The culture is amazing and everyone wants you to succeed.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Service Management Job Title: Service Management Associate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

No two days are ever the same.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Design Job Title: Service Designer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The support you get from the team.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Project Management Job Title: Project Co-ordinator

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Opportunity.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Project Management Job Title: Graduate Project Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Challenging
Training opportunities
International rotation
Community

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Contractual Services Job Title: Service Management Associate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Variety of work.
Work life balance.
Insight into coporate organisations.
Exposure to Senior Level Management.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Customer Solution Design Job Title: Service Designer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The variety and the opportunity.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Sales Job Title: Sales Associate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Have your own responsibilities - have to be proactive.
Good team.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Projects Job Title: Project Coordinator

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Project Management Job Title: Project Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The ability to collaborate with a number of different areas of both our business and our customers to achieve the best outcomes.

The opportunity to travel around the UK.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Job Title: Service Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Autonomy

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Projects Practice Job Title: Graduate Project Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Wide range of projects going on. Lots of opportunities to move between accounts and immerse yourself where you need development most. There is a wealth of support available to help you develop your career as much as you want.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Projects Practice Job Title: Project Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

People.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Customer Service Design Job Title: Service Designer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The job itself keeps me engaged, always something new.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Support given by employees of all levels (from your fellow day to day colleagues up to the Sector Directors)
Career Progression is good
Friendly work colleagues
Work/Life Balance is good

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Contractual Services Job Title: Service Management Associate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The industry and being on the associate programme!

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Services Job Title: Service Management Associate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Gives you the freedom to plan your own calendar and do what you need to do (no micro-management).
Associate programme is fantastic for training opportunities and access to senior management.
Plenty of opportunity to move around in the company - job role unlikely to get 'stale'.

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

They invest so much into you so you can learn about all areas of the company

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Job Title: Service Management

What are the best and worst things about your job?

You manage your own time and responsibilities.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: UK Sales Job Title: Sales Associate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Pay/earning potential, flexibility, interesting work, social events, culture, variety.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The support available from everyone I work with.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Manage your own time, diary and workload.
Meet new people all the time.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Service Management Job Title: Service Management Associate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Opportunities available
Interaction with higher management
Exposure to the wider company and higher management
Interaction with the customer

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Project Management Job Title: Project Coordinator

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Friendly supportive people, willing to spare time to help you.

Good Money.

Lots of room for progression or movement.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Sales Job Title: Sales Associate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Opportunity to grow your ever-expanding network with both customers and vendors.
No two days are the same - variety and spontaneity. You must be prepared to drop everything at the last minute and change accordingly.
Contact with senior management and the opportunity to learn so much. Put in the spotlight and encouraged to challenge and ask questions.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Services Job Title: Service Management Associate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working together as one team and the support you are given.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Job Title: Service Management Associate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexibility of working, salary, colleagues

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Service Design Job Title: Service Design Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

How easy it is to network and learn, everyone is happy to help you and teach you if you ask.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Sales Job Title: Sales Associate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Culture and progression opportunity.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: UK Services Job Title: Service Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Variety of tasks
Flexibility of working hours

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: IT Consulting Job Title: Service Designer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The trust and training

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: End User Services Sales Job Title: Sales Associate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Everything

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Projects and Programmes Practice Job Title: Project Coordinator

Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Projects Practice Job Title: Project Coordinator

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Variety of project work means you can gain loads of experience.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Projects Job Title: Project Coordinator

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Diversity of my day.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Sales Job Title: Sales associate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- the people and culture is great
- fellow associates
- the exposure to senior leadership
- where you end up - an account manager or specialist (some people work for a long time to get there)
- it's a really interesting company and industry (you won't get bored)

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Services Job Title: IT Service Management Associate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

People-focused role.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Service Design Job Title: Commercial Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The culture of the company for my role has been very relaxed, more worried about what work you get done rather than the hours you work or where you work.

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

My colleagues are all amazing and very supportive. Every single person is willing to give 100% to help and teach.

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

Being able to learn new things every day.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Global Managed Services

What are the best and worst things about your job?

When resolving issues for customers it can be very rewarding and they can be very grateful when a complicated issue can be resolved.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: TRG

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The team I work with are easy to get along with and supportive of each other.

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Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment) Department: Vetting Unit

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Feeling proud once I have completed something new

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Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment) Department: Vetting

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people I work with.

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

Chilled
Fun
Interesting

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Vetting

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

The best part of my job is that I don't know everything so I can learn easily and that every day can change.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Test and validation management

What are the best and worst things about your job?

It's a broad role and there are opportunities to take up other options eg automation.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Scheduling

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Very organised
Flexible
Understanding
Challenging

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Patch and Development

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Creating solutions that work.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Remote Desktop support

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Opportunity.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Fleet

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexible
Fast paced
Colleagues

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Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment) Department: Vetting

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people that I work with, they are all very nice and we all get on well.
I enjoy the job I do usually and the tasks I take on.

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

Improve skills

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Global Services Partnering

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people within my team were very friendly when I joined and still are now of course. They have helped me settle in perfectly and they have supported me and trained me more than I expected.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Major Incident Managements

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The team are really supportive towards my apprenticeship and help me where necessary.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: GMS

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Great shift pattern.
Opportunity to progress.
Challenging work, is what you make of it.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Solutions Center

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The best part about my job is that I am involved in working on all different types of events and computing. For example, I configure multiple computers for an event, help physically input servers and switches, I work with the latest tech so I am advanced in the knowledge that is needed in the future.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: On-Site IT Support

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: 2nd Line Desktop Support Services

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The work is interesting and challenging, great colleagues that work together to find a solution. A manager that is here for you and your career.

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Computacenter

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Average end time: 17:30

Average number of working hours: 8.5

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Application Advice:

Do your research on the company and see if/how it matches with your personal ethos and values.
Also, don't be afraid to put everything out there and show who you are.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, don't try and pretend to be something you're not or say things you don't truly believe - it'll be noticed easily.
Show an interest and ask lots of questions, but don't worry if at times you don't have much to say.
Be prepared, but don't stress - if there's something you don't know, hold your hands up and say.. don't try and blag it.

Sales Associate, Networking & Security at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Highlight soft skills. Use multiple types of examples for skills, work, hobbies, family.

Interview Advice:

Be authentic, if you don't know something say and let your personality show.

Project Manager, Project Management at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Be yourself- let your personality come through

Interview Advice:

Read the company's annual report

Managed Sales Specialist, Salws at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Do not focus on technical knowledge, focus on your personal skills. This is core to the project manager role. Highlight you are a leader and enjoy problem-solving.

Must hold a UK Driving License.

Interview Advice:

Portray your personality, they are looking at who will work well in a project team together i.e. whether you are a team player, are willing to listen, but also that you take your development into your own hands.

Project Manager, Projects & Programmes Practice at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

It is a tough application process so make sure you give it your all. It is also extremely competitive due to the level of exposure you get, salary etc. so make sure you really take every step seriously.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, Be prepared and Be passionate!

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Take your time and make your experience relevant.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and be honest at all times.

Service Management Associate, Service Management at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Don't need an IT background.

Interview Advice:

Know the IT industry
Be yourself
Research the company

Service Designer, Design at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Tailor your CV to the job you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

'Why Computacenter' - ensure you can answer this - do your research and be honest as to why it appeals to you.
Don't waffle around the question, get to the point.

Project Co-ordinator, Project Management at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and make sure you have examples for everything.

Interview Advice:

If you make a point back it up with statistics. Example 'I am good at managing projects', what was the total value of that project.

Graduate Project Manager, Project Management at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and let your personality come through.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and let your personality come through.

Service Management Associate, Contractual Services at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Numerical acumen.

Interview Advice:

Show confidence, they may be considering you for a role 10 years down the line at the company and showing confidence beyond your age and station will go a long way. But back this confidence with knowledge and problem solving skills.

Service Designer, Customer Solution Design at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Say what you like about Computacenter specifically.

Interview Advice:

Do your research.
Have questions to ask.
Be yourself.

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Link your experiences and your skills to the skills they're asking for. Show you're a rounded person - it's a people-oriented business and individuality and personality is important.

Interview Advice:

Like with the application, let your personality come across.

Project Coordinator, Projects at Computacenter
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Interview Advice:

Ensure you have examples prepared of when you have demonstrated the key skills necessary to be a good project manager, for example, teamwork, leadership and organising. Also being able to demonstrate that you fit with Computacentre's Winning Together values will be of benefit to show that you have researched.

Project Manager, Project Management at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Detailed company research
Use STAR technique to answer any interview questions

Interview Advice:

Be yourself
Ask plenty of questions
Take time with your responses
Do sufficient research on the company

Service Manager, at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Answer all questions. Research the company a little bit, look at Computacenter's core values. Make sure you have a reason for applying to Computacenter and why you are considering a role in IT. Remember, you do not need a background in IT to apply for a graduate scheme, just an interest.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. At interview and assessment centres, Computacenter is much more interested in you as a person. We want team players, good leaders, good communicators and those who represent us well in front of our customers.

Graduate Project Manager, Projects Practice at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Focus on experiences and previous situations. They are not expecting experience during the role, but rather clever thinking and adaptation to the environment.

Interview Advice:

Learn about company values and translate them into your answers. Be structured in responses.

Project Manager, Projects Practice at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Get on board with the CC values, they are not just for show.
Be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Engage with the senior attendees on any assessment days and talk to them like normal people there is a lot of emphasis on being able to network.

Service Designer, Customer Service Design at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Have a good understanding of the organisation as well as the role that you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Be confident, ask plenty of questions and also make sure you get an opportunity to show the employers how much you desire the role through the research you would've done in preparation beforehand

Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Be confident in your skills and ability.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself!

Service Management Associate, Contractual Services at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Show your personality and desire to work for this company and in the tech industry.

Interview Advice:

Know the company. Show that you're interested and want to work here, not that this is just another graduate job interview. Your personality is the most important quality in the recruitment process.

Service Management Associate, Services at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Don't lie about anything, it won't help you in the long run
Stand out

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - they employ you because of your personality and if you will fit in at CC, not for your experience

Sales Associate, at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Re-read your application and practice the tests.
Make sure for your video interview follow basic advice (e.g. clear wall, good outfit etc)

Interview Advice:

Think about why you want to work for Computacenter ( international company, in the IT industry, invests in people)
They are not looking for people with IT experience but we do want people who want to join the company. Take a moment to compose before you come in and be yourself.

Service Management, at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Don't worry about coming from an IT background, just demonstrate an interest in the potential of digitization and transformation in large companies and what you and your personality can bring to the organisation. They are big on cultural fit as well as potential, but you don't need to have any sales/IT experience so far.

Interview Advice:

Try and reach out to people on Linked in who have done the associate programme for advice. It is a long process and the assessment centre is very intense and tough, but with the right advice you will be able to excel. They are looking for personality and potential, so really do show the best of who you are.

Definitely know the main things about the company, i.e core strategies, all of which can be found on the website. Also, research the company values as these are talked about a lot within the company and at the interviews.

Assessment includes dinner with company execs and leadership, so make sure you have done a bit of linked in research before hand.

Sales Associate, UK Sales at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

It is so important to be yourself and demonstrate that you are a team player, that is what they prize above all else.

Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and allow your personality to come through.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and allow your personality to come through.

Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Be honest
Research the company and what we do
Research the role applied for

Interview Advice:

Be honest
Be yourself
Prepare
Research the interview requirements e.g if there a presentation, prepare and practice.

Service Management Associate, Service Management at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

For the Graduate Program:

Personality is Key.

Use a range of experiences in the interview.

Work together but also be heard in the exercises.

Interview Advice:

Let your personality show, using more personal examples lets the interviewer get to know you better.

Smile and try not to be nervous- they want to like you.

If you don't know something, it is better to say you don't know then to make something up.

Project Coordinator, Project Management at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Ensure you read and understand the traits required. Give as many examples of how you have displayed these qualities. Think outside the box and get someone else to check for spelling / grammar/ outlay.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Make sure your personality and passion come across.
Make sure you research the company, understand who their customers are, who their competitors are and where they are located.
Questions included :
Why Computacenter?
Why the IT industry?
Competency questions included:
Sales is a competitive environment. Are you competitive enough and provide an example of where you have won?
Give an example of when you have worked as a team?
How do you deal with a difficult customer?

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

If you're looking for a good company that will look after you and show you depth into the business world, then this is the company for you.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and don't be afraid to show your confidence

Service Management Associate, Services at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Be honest because they want genuine people

Interview Advice:

Be honest because they want genuine people

Service Management Associate, at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Align with the culture. The 'Winning together values' are not just for show.

Interview Advice:

Be relaxed, yes you have to preform on the day in terms of your abilities, but you also have to build a rapport with those assessing you and those you are fighting against for the job, don't treat it like a competition.

Service Design Graduate, Service Design at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Be thorough in your research.

Interview Advice:

Be honest and be prepared.

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

- Be yourself
- Make sure you know the company background and VALUES

Interview Advice:

- Be yourself
- Make sure you know the company background
- Use the STAR technique and refer to company values

Service Designer, IT Consulting at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Understand the volatility of the IT industry, and the challenges of sales

Interview Advice:

Be yourself; don't pretend to be someone you're not for the sake of a job role

Sales Associate, End User Services Sales at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Use LinkedIn to find people who work for the company and find out a bit about it in advance. Be sure that your previous experiences demonstrate the potential that the company are looking for.

Interview Advice:

Ensure you relate to the company's core values.

Project Coordinator, Projects Practice at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

- really do your research on Computacenter, why this company?
- be prepared to be put on the spot and challenged
- be yourself (so cliché) but it's so true - people buy from people

Interview Advice:

- know your CV and don't put anything in that you cannot justify
- practice scenario questions (this is a sales job so customer experience is very relevant)
- be confident, if you dont know an answer then be honest
- know the company culture (our values are so important!)

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Interview Advice:

The Assessment centre is designed to figure out who you really are.... it's hard to fake it for 24 hours!

IT Service Management Associate, Services at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

I got an internship followed by a job / graduate scheme because I knew someone who already worked at Computacenter so never had to apply. Interviews I had were very relaxed.

Interview Advice:

Never had to attend an interview - was a very informal chat.

Commercial Consultant, Service Design at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

The application process is long and, at times, quite challenging. My advice is to keep at it and be confident in your abilities and make sure that you are learning about the company and the opportunity that you are applying for along the way.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Company and programme knowledge is important but a huge element in the interview process is whether or not you will be the right fit for the company. If you are not yourself it will become increasingly easier to spot as the application and interview processes go on.
Learn about the company but don't sound scripted. The interviewers want to see that you have taken an interest in the company and not that you know how to read their website.

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

When applying for one of the Graduate schemes it is important to demonstrate your commitment and drive to do well in your career. CC is a people driven company and highly invest in their employees. Be yourself!

Interview Advice:

CC want to ensure that they are the right fit for you just as much as you are the right fit for the company. When applying for one of the Grad Scheme I would highly recommend being yourself. Looking back now there was no need to be so nervous. Being able to recognise your transferable skills from any studies/job you have had previously is a good thing to do. CC are not looking for an IT background so don't let that stop you! Be the best you can and smile!

Service Management Associate, UK Services Management at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Understand the role you are applying for, know why you want to work in IT and as an associate. Think about why you want to work for the company, you need to fit into the CC culture so it is important to think how and why you would like to fit into the culture. Practice the tests and make sure your video is on a plain background.

Interview Advice:

Remember the STAR method. Do not worry too much about knowing everything about computers. Look at CC values and how you will fit with these. Be yourself, this is key you will not be able to keep up a persona for the assessment day so do not play a character. Have one or two insightful questions to ask everyone you meet. Be a team player this is not the apprentice. Practice your presentation, it will leave an impression so practice makes perfect. And reach out to people to help and give you advice.

Associate Service Manager, Service Management at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Think carefully about what attracts you to the role and the company and be able to explain that clearly throughout the process.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! Showing your personality and your brand is very important. Smile, enjoy it and learn as much as you can from the process.

Sales Associate, at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Take each step seriously. It is a long but potentially very rewarding process. Do your homework, research the company well, add on your relevant experiences as to why the company should hire you. Be yourself and open during the assessment centre. The assessors honestly just want to get to know who you are, and what you are passionate about.

Interview Advice:

Make sure that you know the company well. They aren't looking for the finished product, but rather someone that is ambitious, self driven, and interested in a career in sales. Have examples of when you displayed their winning together values, whether at university, or a previous working experience.

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

To be yourself; Computacenter hire people who are going to bring their own brand & style of working - don't change to fit the role, simply strive to be the best person you can be.

Interview Advice:

Don't get bogged down in describing what the company does in extensive detail - rather, have a good understanding of the company ethos and industry and have multiple examples of you demonstrating similar traits in different environments.

Sales Associate, at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Research the company and the industry..

Show personality.

Take in a notepad to the interview - make notes in the Assessment Centre!

Interview Advice:

Why Sales?
Who are Computacenter's Competitors?
Who are Computacenter's customers?
What are your weaknesses?
What are you motivated by?
What have you learned from previous work experience?

competency questions + based on CV

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

It's an incredibly intense two day assessment centre, so try not to peak too early. Pace yourself, approach each challenge logically and steadily and be yourself!

Interview Advice:

Many different stages and final panel interview with 3 senior people. This is a very intense interview and parts may feel a bit like an attack but it prepares you for what's to come, showing your resilience and ability to handle pressure. Those of us who actually enjoyed the challenge of combating these questions were the ones who got the job.

Graduate Associate, at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Be prepared for hard work but very rewarding and you get incredible exposure to senior executive.

Sales Associate, Public Sector and System Intergrators at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Show your desire to learn and work for the company. Be proactive, don't be afraid to ask too much. Show your personality, we need to know that you are the right fit for Computacenter!

Interview Advice:

Don't try to be something you're not - it won't work. Compuacenter look for the sorts of people who will fit into the company. If that is you, you'll be fine. If you try to pretend it's you, then you'll probably get found out pretty quickly.
Energy and enthusiasm are much better than memorising last years annual report!

Service Management Associate, Service Management at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and show off your personality.

Service Management Associate, at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Shout about your achievements not just academic ones. Computacenter hire people not just academics.

Interview Advice:

Project Management is all about people, make it personal!

Project Manager, Projects Practice at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Before applying, research the job role, what it involves and why you would like to pursue a career within Project Management. Most importantly research Computacenter as an organisation and the company culture/values. Where possible, show that you are a team player, motivated and driven.

Interview Advice:

There will be a mixture of activities on the day. Key element is to ensure that you work with your team, listen to the ideas of your team members as well as sharing your own ideas and opinions.
For the individual interviews, be yourself. Take your time to answer questions and use various examples from your experiences. The interviewers want to know how you have dealt with various situations and what you have learnt from them.

Graduate Project Manager, at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Ensure you have done your research and be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Competency based questions. Ensure you have multiple examples from different areas of your life which you can adapt to the different areas questioned.

Service Management Associate, at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Avoid sending out generic CV's. Research Computacenter, find out what type of company they are, what their culture/values are, and tailor your CV to fit the company.

Interview Advice:

Questions are often competency based i.e. 'tell me a time you showed leadership', so be prepared for these. Also, read up about the company before you go to your interview.

Project Co-ordinator, Project Management at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Just be yourself. It really doesn’t matter what background you come from whether that be science, retail, sports or business. We will take on anyone who shows the desire and hunger to succeed. Be honest with your resume as you will be questioned and most importantly dress smart. Whether it be for the video interview or assessment centre, business attire only. 

Interview Advice:

Why Project Management? Why Computacenter? Ensure you understand Computacenter’s key competencies as we incorporate them in every task we undertake.
 

Graduate Project Coordinator, at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic, be willing to understand a range of technologies and have a bit of personality about you.

Interview Advice:

- Read up on company values (Winning together)
- Have examples/evidence of skills
- Be prepared
- Don't waffle
- Mostly competency based questions

Project Co-ordinator, Projects Practice at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

They're not looking for IT or technical experts! So be yourself, and showcase who you are and your personality, they want to see whether you will fit into the company culture. Make sure you have done your background research on the company, and think about your reasoning for wanting to follow this career path.

Interview Advice:

Understand the culture and values of the company. Be prepared to provide scenarios for any information you have put on your CV, there will be a number of competency based questions! Be yourself, and let your personality shine.

Service Management Associate, at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Keep the end in mind. Whenever answering a question or approaching a task have the end goal in mind and consider what you want the audience to take away from what you say/do.

Interview Advice:

Be relevant and concise when answering interview questions; use the STAR technique. If you make it to the assessment centre, ask lots of questions of the current graduates who will be there to help; they have the experience of being in your exact situation and what they did well/could have done better.

Account Manager, Major Account Sales at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. The company hires people partly for who you are, so show your personality and you'll do just fine. Make sure you do some background reading and have some questions at hand to ask.

Service Management Associate, at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Do not worry if you are not technical! Everything you need to learn to be successful in role, you will either be taught directly or will be given the opportunity to go out and learn for yourself.

Your personality and attitude to work will be the most important and determining factors in your success at CC as a company. Do not try and be someone that you are not, because you think it is what the recruiters want to hear. You will be found out at some point before the end of the 18 month programme and probably won't have enjoyed yourself or made the most out of working for this fantastic company.

Interview Advice:

Once the introductory chit chat is out of the way, the meat of the interview will probably be competency based questions i.e. lots of questions where you are asked to give an example of yourself displaying a particular behaviour or skill. Try and think of times when you have materially contributed in the work place, university or even socially. Remembering that they are trying to gauge you as a person. Don't be tempted to say "we did this" or "we did that". The interviewer is interviewing you, not everyone else in your old team or university seminar group, focus on your own contributions.

Sales Specialist, Sales at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Do not worry too much about your knowledge of IT going into the role, it is not what they are looking for. Focus on your ability to sell and any experience you may have had in sales. If you don't have any, focus on examples where you have excelled in competitive situations (e.g. sports).
Be prepared for a long, difficult and gruelling assessment centre.

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Get your personality across, don't be something you're not.

Research the company, show an interest and ask lots of questions.

Interview Advice:

As above.

Sales Associate, at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Learn about the company, be prepared, know why you want to work here.
We are looking for future leaders, how can you show us that you are committed to CC in the long term.
What differentiates you. How can you show us that you are passionate.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Don't blend in on the assessment day. Know the company!

Sales Associate, Public Sector at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate a keen interest in the IT industry and how it influences UK business (as well as society as a whole).

Interview Advice:

Most important attribute any applicant must show is a hunger to succeed.

Enterprise Solution Specialist, at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Apply early. It is a great process however there are a few steps and therefore it may take a long time to complete.

Sales Associate, Solutions at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Make sure your CV is clear and the relevant experience is brought to the forefront.

Interview Advice:

Do your research on the interviewers, the company, our differentiation and where we sit in the market.

Account Manager, Public Sector at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Show a varied background. Being involved in teams helps, our job is very team based. Also show, demonstrable the ability to learn but also show you have a personality.

Interview Advice:

Be very prepared. See it as a sales meeting, know everything you can about the organisation.

Show enthusiasm, drive and determination. Don't be a wall flower, however at the same time temper any arrogance. It's good to be confident but there can be a fine line in turning that into arrogance. Don't worry too much about understanding the technology, be more concerned about showing a desire to learn and deliver a great service to our customers.

Account Manager, Industry at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Showcase your personality and be yourself. Demonstrate a capacity and desire for learning. Have clear cut reasons for why you want the role.

Interview Advice:

Demonstrate and where possible add to what you've outlined in the application.

Sales Associate, Account Management at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate your potential not necessarily your current skill set.

Interview Advice:

Understand the company and how important relationships are - make sure you understand the culture.

Service Manager, Service Management at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the business, this organisation leads strongly with its culture and will likely be a 'great fit' or one that feels very unnatural to an individual. Make sure you have a clear reasoning for wanting to follow the career you are applying for and that you are able to demonstrate working in teams, driven, motivated and able to influence and persuade.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared for a wide range of activities, I'm afraid to say the cliche but it really is the best advice I can give, but be yourself. If you are right for the role they will see that come through. Enjoy the dinner & night before and the day itself is enjoyable while challenging at the same time.

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Focus CV/cover letter on commercial management and customer service.

Interview Advice:

Prepare by researching Computacenter, bring examples of situations you've faced in work (competency based questions).

Service Manager, Service Management at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Ensure you are thoroughly prepared for each stage.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you have questions on hand to ask people.

Service Management Associate, Service Management at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

I entered Computacenter through the Associate Programme. This is a fantastic way to enter the business as you get the opportunity to spend 18 months getting to truly understand the business and get to know those within it. My advice would certainly be to apply! During the interview process and the role itself, make sure you stay the person you really are and ask questions!

Interview Advice:

Be confident and make sure you put your points across during the group exercises. Use the opportunity to ask any questions you may have; it's not very often you get the chance to have time with a CEO/MD/Directors of a FTSE250 company.

Account Manager, Financial Services at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Do it early, keep on top of it, be thorough and honest.

Interview Advice:

To be yourself, prepare, get involved, enjoy it.

Sales Associate, Network & Security – Line of Business at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Really do your research on the company and don't be put off if you don't know much about IT- it doesn't work against you at all!
Answer every question- don't worry if the examples you give are not work-place based just make sure they relate to the question.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you have examples of when you have used your own initiative, ComputaCenter like to see somebody with 'drive'.
The process can seem quite scary but try to relax and be yourself- let your personality shine through because at the end of the day that will make you stand out more than anything.

Service Management Associate, Services at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

You don't need experience in IT to get on this programme. CC look for people that they think will fit into the company, and who has the potential - not for people that know it all already. But equally, if you are invited to the assessment day and they think you are better suited to another role, they have been known to give other offers.
Try and come across as genuine, enthusiastic, willing to learn & develop, sociable etc.
If you get invited to the assessment day, use the evening before to get to know the assessors as they'll be scoring you from the start and the next day, but also the other candidates - you'll do a couple of group tasks the next day so it does help if you get on!

Associate, Service Management at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

Get your personality across. Computacenter are looking for people who will be be the best fit for their business and culture above anything else!
Enthusiasm and different ways of thinking thrive here.

Service Associate, Contractual Services at Computacenter
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Application Advice:

I would advise to be yourself and ensure you relate your personal experiences that you will discuss in the interview process to Computacenter's core values. Make sure you understand the role you are applying for and reach out to those already in the role for support in understanding the job if you want to hear some real life experiences.

Interview Advice:

Questions will focus around various competencies such as commercial awareness, relationship building, problem solving etc. Try and bring in examples from your personal life as well as professional examples. CC is a real "people company" and the interview is a good opportunity for us to assess if you have the right personality traits to be successful on the Associate Programme as well as in role at the company.

Account Manager, Industry & Commercial at Computacenter
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Best:

Lots of opportunities for success.

Worst:

Could be more culturally diverse.

Sales Associate, Networking & Security at Computacenter
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Best:

Company culture.

Worst:

Processes are not fully In synced, but there are working on it.

Project Manager, Project Management at Computacenter
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Best:

Care about developing people

Worst:

Don't pay as well as competitors

Managed Sales Specialist, Salws at Computacenter
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Best:

Lots of benefits such as gym discount, discounted share price, cycle to work scheme, car scheme etc.

Worst:

Not a lot of holiday

Project Manager, Projects & Programmes Practice at Computacenter
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Best:

-Culture
-Development
-Flexibility
-Pay

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Best:

Encourage personal growth.
Reward is based on merit.

Worst:

Diversity is low.

Service Management Associate, Service Management at Computacenter
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Best:

People
Support

Worst:

Pay needs to match competitive companies

Service Designer, Design at Computacenter
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Best:

Employee-centric
Willingness to help others
People

Worst:

Communication about new schemes eg: car

Project Co-ordinator, Project Management at Computacenter
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Best:

Challenging
People
Career development
Training

Worst:

Lack of consistency in departments

Graduate Project Manager, Project Management at Computacenter
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Best:

People Culture

Worst:

Very corporate given the changing world and hasn't yet adapted.

Service Management Associate, Contractual Services at Computacenter
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Best:

Brilliant culture. Meet new people everyday and they are all willing to give you their time

Worst:

Too sales focused.

Service Designer, Customer Solution Design at Computacenter
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Best:

The support
The culture

Worst:

The travel

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Best:

The people-focussed culture and investment in training and support for employees is the best thing about the company, as it allows you to grow and develop faster and to a higher standard than would be possible otherwise.

Project Manager, Project Management at Computacenter
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Best:

Company culture

Worst:

Loads of different parts of the organisation to understand

Service Manager, at Computacenter
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Best:

Great company values. Fantastic people, lots of support.

Worst:

Company car scheme is a mess.

Graduate Project Manager, Projects Practice at Computacenter
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Best:

People always happy to help

Worst:

Transparency from the top

Project Manager, Projects Practice at Computacenter
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Best:

The people

Worst:

Grew from a small company so it is a big company with small company thinking, has its positives and negatives.

Service Designer, Customer Service Design at Computacenter
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Best:

Very inclusive
Provides extensive training and allows exposure into multiple areas of the organisation
The company prides itself on Winning Together values - and this isn't just a nice slogan, the actions involved in the values are followed through by all staff

Worst:

N/A

Computacenter
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Best:

the people
long serving members of staff
benefits
culture
progression
number of locations to work across

Service Delivery Manager, at Computacenter
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Best:

The culture.

Worst:

Willingness to change.

Service Management Associate, Contractual Services at Computacenter
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Best:

(See previous section)

Worst:

(See previous section)

Service Management Associate, Services at Computacenter
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Best:

The people

Worst:

The company is so vast so there is a lot to learn

Sales Associate, at Computacenter
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Best:

Invest in people, set up forum events so you can network with people from all over the business.
Huge company lots of knowledgeable and helpful people.

Worst:

Different areas of the business can be a little segregated at time

Service Management, at Computacenter
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Best:

Company culture, flexibility in working, meritocracy.

Worst:

Can be quite corporate and is a male dominated environment the further up the leadership scale you go. This is partly due to the lack of women in IT until recent years.

Sales Associate, UK Sales at Computacenter
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Best:

The people.

Computacenter
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Best:

Good people culture.
Rewards people well.

Worst:

Travelling can be problematic for those who do not enjoy lots of travel.

Computacenter
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Best:

Compuatcentre is one of the most successful companies in the industry. Although the brand is not one that is recognised by many, Computacentre's existence is fundamental for many businesses.

Service Management Associate, Service Management at Computacenter
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Best:

Training available.

Social events.

Worst:

Travel.

Project Coordinator, Project Management at Computacenter
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Best:

Culture.

Computacenter
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Best:

Opportunity to grow your ever expanding network with both customers and vendors.
No two days are the same - variety and spontaneity. You must be prepared to drop everything at the last minute and change accordingly.
Contact with senior management and the opportunity to learn so much. Put in the spotlight and encouraged to challenge and ask questions.

Worst:

For the first 6 months there isn't that much opportunity to get hands on. There is a lot to learn and a lot of information to assimilate.
Highly competitive and constantly under pressure to be 150% every day, even if you don't feel it.
Male dominated industry with a lot of egos which as a woman, can be rather intimidating.
Can sometimes feel stale due to the tenure of some of the employees and feel as though there is a lack of an innovative outlook which is frustrating

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Best:

The support and access to senior execs.

Worst:

N/A

Service Management Associate, Services at Computacenter
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Best:

Big name, good reputation and relationship with clients

Worst:

The head office for the company is in Hatfield when I live in Manchester

Service Management Associate, at Computacenter
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Best:

The people and everyone's attitude to the work.

Worst:

It can be hard if you don't have the network in place, can be a little hard to find the right person for what you need purely through the systems, asking someone is always better here.

Service Design Graduate, Service Design at Computacenter
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Best:

Culture and working environment.

Account base.

Social.

Profitability.

Worst:

Occasionally rigid.

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Best:

The people and management - very flat - can speak to anyone!

Worst:

N/A

Service Designer, IT Consulting at Computacenter
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Best:

Exposure
Support
Advice
Culture

Worst:

n/a

Sales Associate, End User Services Sales at Computacenter
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Best:

Truly value their staff and offer loads of training and development opportunities

Worst:

Quite bureaucratic organisation heavy on processes. There can often be inter-department challenges

Project Coordinator, Projects Practice at Computacenter
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Best:

Everyone has time for you

Worst:

Office amenities

Project Coordinator, Projects at Computacenter
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Best:

-people
-benefits
-scheme

Worst:

-pressure
-hierarchical at times

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Best:

Culture and the people.

Worst:

Not diverse enough.

Commercial Consultant, Service Design at Computacenter
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Best:

Great culture

Worst:

As a company, we are sometimes so wrapped up in our own culture that we don't consider that those outside the company may not understand what we are doing or why we are doing something

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Best:

CC really value their employees and inspire each and everyone's success. You are awarded and recognised for your hard work and feel part as one team.

Worst:

I honestly couldn't think of anything.

Service Management Associate, UK Services Management at Computacenter
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Best:

Good benefits, from cycle to work etc. A culture of collaboration on the graduate scheme. Company looking how to continually improve, where people are important.

Worst:

Can be difficult to navigate the company's internal structure.

Associate Service Manager, Service Management at Computacenter
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Best:

Great culture, fun people to be around. It is a meritocracy, meaning that everyone is properly rewarded for their hard work.

Worst:

None so far!

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Best:

The company is very open and offers opportunities to all of its staff in terms of progression and movement within the business.

Worst:

The lack of innovation in the company - they are good at what they do and tend to stick to it. It would be exciting if they were involved in more innovative projects.

Sales Associate, Sales at Computacenter
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Best:

- Work/life balance
- Career progression
- Networking ops
- Grad scheme very highly regarded in the company

Worst:

- Strong 'CC' culture, may not be the right fit for everyone

Graduate Associate, at Computacenter
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Best:

Looks after the employees very well

Worst:

Can sometimes expect too much of employees

Sales Associate, Public Sector and System Intergrators at Computacenter
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Best:

Incredible company feeling. Most people love working here and that enthusiasm comes through in day to day life.

Worst:

As a sales company you can see a competitive ethos coming out which sometime may overbear people who do not have that mindset.

Service Management Associate, Service Management at Computacenter
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Best:

Variety

Worst:

Long hours

Service Management Associate, at Computacenter
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Best:

The best thing about Computacenter is the company culture and the people. People at Computacenter are always very supportive and willing to help.

Worst:

Sometimes, there can be a lot of travelling and you may not always get to based on your project within your base region.

Graduate Project Manager, at Computacenter
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Best:

Good supportive culture that thrives to develop people

Service Management Associate, at Computacenter
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Best:

The drive to help young people develop and grow.

Worst:

There is a lot of travel involved in the job. Not necessarily a bad thing always, as it prevents the job from getting boring, but it can be tiring spending hours in the car every day.

Project Co-ordinator, Project Management at Computacenter
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Best:

The company is growing at a tremendous rate globally. We are expanding and therefore the opportunities are endless.

The environment is amazing and the ‘people’ make the company. So friendly and welcoming.

The prospect to move anywhere in the business.

Rotations give you responsibility which you must embrace and shine.

Worst:

The company is not as flexible as I thought with work life balance. Given the travelling and being on customer sites, the work life balance does take a hit.

Graduate Project Coordinator, at Computacenter
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