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Cap Gemini Senior Software Developer

 
#1 Cap Gemini Senior Software Developer
04/12/2015 20:40

NewConsultanCG

Hi

I am in the process of applying for a senior software developer position at Cap Gemini.

I am living outside London and if I get the job will be based at a local CG office in the north.

I know as a consultant you are expected to travel but how much travel are we talking about?

Say for instance we have a project in London and it will last a year, does it mean that I will be in London Mon - Fri for the duration of that project? Is there are any way of going there not every day of the week but only 1-2 days and rest of the week work from the local city?

Thanks

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#2 RE: Cap Gemini Senior Software Developer
07/12/2015 12:51

Bushy Eyebrow Partner to NewConsultanCG (#1)

dunno but surely u can code from anywhere in dis day and age??

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#3 RE: Cap Gemini Senior Software Developer
10/12/2015 00:13

Mr Cool to Bushy Eyebrow Partner (#2)

Oh BEP! No one codes any more! You is so 90's man.

The kids is all using agile philosophy to publish APIs innit,

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#4 RE: Cap Gemini Senior Software Developer
11/12/2015 16:19

bringbackthebiff to NewConsultanCG (#1)

Hi,

This largely depends on the client and your project manager.

If you end up on a "secure" client (govt, defense, critical infra etc), expect to be required to be at their office or a Cap location that meets their infosec standards at least 4 days a week - not much room for flexibility if this is the case.

If you end up on a more "normal" client, then it'll depend on their expectations and how your project manager expects you to work. If you're colocated in a client office and are required to be visible and available for meetings, then you'll have to be there, if you're a remote resource then I guess you'll be able to work where you like (home, office, trendy coffee shop..)

Hope this helps. Good luck.

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