BT is a global company, with over 100,000 employees in 70 countries. At any one time we have hundreds of roles available in a huge variety of career areas, from network and IT engineers to HR specialists, marketing, sales, project management and cyber security professionals. You can find them all at https://www.btplc.com/careercentre/
Before you apply for one of our jobs, you should talk to a BT or Openreach employee who can give you a real-life insight into our company and the role(s) we have.
This opportunity is available via Transition Force, BT's buddying / mentoring programme which seeks to achieve a positive employment outcome for Service leavers, veterans, WIS, spouses and partners by providing support through career workshops and matching you with “Buddy” volunteer mentors who give advice and guidance.
You can register to attend one of our career workshops or find a "Buddy" mentor at https://www.btplc.com/transitionforce/
We highly recommend that you talk to us before you apply for a job, so you can:
- improve your chances of getting through the initial recruitment filter by creating a great CV
- improve your performance at interview by finding out how our interview process works
- and, perhaps most importantly, you can get under the skin of a particular role you're interested in, and find out whether it really matches your potential
We also run free, informal career insight workshops across the UK, and welcome all members of the armed forces community, including spouses and partners. Find out more at https://www.btplc.com/transitionforce/
By the way, this is a free service provided by volunteers across BT Group and Openreach - most are ex-military and can relate to your situation, others are civilians with a wealth of industry experience and contacts who want to help. We've even got some military spouses / partners!