SG Skill Enhancement Education & Development Programme, Tech
At A Glance
Open to degree holders with 0-2 years of working experience
To create the talent pool to support our Gandalf Transformation journey
Skill Enhancement Education & Development Programme (SEED) is a programme of 24 months, designed to train a future-ready workforce able to take on any technological challenge. Trained and equipped with specialised technological skills, individuals will be leading tech-innovators for the workforce of the future. Come and learn how DBS Bank is creating a truly digital and agile environment whilst learning from close mentors whom are industry leaders in technology and finance.
We offer opportunities in 5 core domains:
- Application Development and Support
- DevOps and Site-Reliability Engineering
- Information and CyberSecurity
- Data Engineering and Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning
- ICT Infrastructure
Applicant & Application Period
We’re looking for aspiring tech-innovators who:
- Have a strong passion for technology and are fresh graduates with less than 2 years of work experience
- Studied one of these disciplines: Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics or Info-Communications
- Self-motivated team players who enjoy working in fast-paced environment
- Adaptable, creative, decisive and resilient, and demonstrate good interpersonal and communication skills
Applications are now closed for the SEED programme. Please check out this page again in Q3 2023.
Apply Online and interact with JIM! Our very own AI recruiter. Complete all online assessments: Coding Challenge, Cognitive & Behavioural Assessments
Attend TechTrek, a hackathon to solve real-life challenges through programming skills.
Successful candidates will receive an offer to join the Skill Enhancement Education & Development (SEED) Programme
Skill Enhancement Education & Development (SEED) Programme
Commences in the first and third quarter of the following year.
Please note that the online coding challenge will have to be taken on a Laptop / Desktop using a Chrome or Safari browser.
I chose the SEED programme because it was a good way to get started with a career in software development. Despite being a Psychology major, I picked up good coding practices through the programme. I also had opportunities to learn new technologies that I was interested in. I like the work culture here and the technologies used are current which is not common for banks.
I have recommended so many of my friends to join the programme that many of my close friends are now working in DBS! I think if you truly enjoy software development and working with technology you have nothing to worry about. Just sit back, relax and code with a good posture.
I wanted to pursue a career in technology but had little to no experience in software development in my university major. I knew I had to look for a programme that would be willing to give me guidance and time to learn the ropes. That was what I saw in the SEED programme. Throughout my time in the programme, I did several rotations and worked in various projects. The commonality is the need to learn quickly and independently to find answers and ask the right questions.
Bringing a passion to learn and solve problems was more important than having experience in software development and technology. The programme helped me fill that knowledge gap by giving me a good overview of the technological landscape in banking. It also gave me a better view of what we are striving towards to take DBS one step further.
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