BEC TALENT PROGRAM

LEARN AND GROW TOGETHER

Join our program and start your career in the industry of financial technologies.

together

CODE. LEARN. GROW.

BEC is a full-service IT house with staff in Denmark and Poland. We have tons of experience developing and operating IT for the financial sector. Our teams work, learn and grow together to create the strongest possible tech solutions for banks, their customers, and the Danish society.

We are looking for ambitious people with a curious mindset who wish to continuously develop new skills and help create IT solutions for the financial sector.

What’s best about our Talent Program

Real job experience with an attractive salary from day one

6 weeks training – depending on the track – throughtout the year

Mentorship, e-learning and support in professional development

Smooth start to a professional career within IT

Be a part of a graduate team with like-minded young professionals

Flexibility and good conditions for healthy work-life balance

A top market 12-month program

After initial training, work on tasks under the guidance of a mentor

Join an international hackathon as you finish the Talent Program

Curiosity wanted

To us, curiosity is just as important as work experience.

We are searching for data-driven and bright young people with:

  • a maximum of 3 years work experience
  • a master’s degree in IT, business, or natural sciences and an academic track record above average
  • curiosity about complex IT systems and about the craft of building efficient, safe, and reliable financial technologies
  • good communicating, and ability to have dialogues with both bank customers and IT professionals.

Development plan

  • Onboarding to BEC Financial Technologies
  • Initial 2-4 weeks of technical and business training, after which you will join a training program according to your path and profile
  • Joining an experienced agile teams
  • Working on real tasks while learning (including unlimited access to an e-learning platform)
  • Optional rotation within different teams in domain
  • Additional 3-4 weeks of training throughout the year
  • Constant support in professional development – frequent feedback dialogue
  • International Hackathon

COMING SOON

In January, we will start recruitment for the next edition of the BEC Talent Program.
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career in the fintech industry.

Career paths:

  • Junior Business Analyst
  • Junior Software Engineer

Is it for me?

We are looking for graduates who are:

  • Looking for an opportunity to become a software engineer or business analyst
  • Graduates of computer science, IT-related fields, finance, economy, and natural sciences.
  • Fluent in English (both written and spoken) additionally business analysts must also be fluent in Danish (both written and spoken)
  • Quick learners focused on professional development and improving technical knowledge
  • Ready for full-time employment in August 2022

Recruitment process

  • Upload your CV, application, and transcription of records
  • HR professionals will screen your CV according to a set of objective criteria
  • We will ask you to complete cognitive and technical tests online
  • Participate in interviews and do a case assignment during our Assessment Day
  • Participate in second interviews
  • Time to sign the contract. See you during your first day of work!

JOIN OUR COMMUNITY


For me, the Talent Program has offered a great transition from being a student to being part of a larger organization. The program has room for both social activities and learning and personal development!

Kamilla Kaminsky Lintrup – Software Engineer


As a graduate of BEC, I was equipped with all the necessary knowledge to join exciting projects and grow professionally. Being part of a great community in a fintech company is a nice bonus!

Frederik Oude Hesselink – Business Analyst


When I entered my team, I got straight to work, and from day one, my opinion and ideas mattered to my team.

Sophie Klysner – Business Analyst

For me, the Talent Program has offered a great transition from being a student to being part of a larger organization. The program has room for both social activities and learning and personal development!

Kamilla Kaminsky Lintrup – Software Engineer

As a graduate of BEC, I was equipped with all the necessary knowledge to join exciting projects and grow professionally. Being part of a great community in a fintech company is a nice bonus!

Frederik Oude Hesselink – Business Analyst

When I entered my team, I got straight to work, and from day one, my opinion and ideas mattered to my team.

Sophie Klysner – Business Analyst

BEC through the eyes of our talents

Your future instructors

Krzysztof Pawlicki

Java competence manager

Architect and full stack developer with many years of experience turned into Technical Manager. Varied experience in fintech, logistics, and other domains. Focused on bringing value to the company through educating people, making them more effective, and giving them tools to do their job quicker and better. Enjoys technology in various forms.

Frederik Steenfeldt

Software engineer

I am a Civil Engineer and I have a natural love for tech. This has brought me to BEC, where I got to nurture my IT and programming skills. I work in languages like COBOL, Java, and Salesforce in the mortgage area. I am also responsible for passing on the knowledge of mainframe technologies through teaching and content creation.

Natalie Elkjær-Knudsen

Talent Partner

I am responsible for running the BEC Talent Program in Denmark – employer branding, recruitment, onboarding, and learning. I focus on creating a good experience for all graduates and managers and ensuring they feel supported throughout the program and later on. Privately I regularly teach yoga and go hiking in nature.

Maciej Górnicki

Java Competence Manager

I love the feeling when old, proven patterns collide with innovative, disobedient concepts and lead to a new balance making the best of both. Life made me become a full stack-to-backend convert. As a JVM-oriented software developer experienced in banking and insurance, I understand the complexity of business processes. Still, I believe that simplicity is a guide every engineer should follow. Being an advocate for domain-driven approaches, I strive to make self-documenting code that screams business rules. I like teaching people and learning from them at the same time. It’s a win-win! And I believe in partnership, whether it’s during development teamwork, workshops or training. 

Krzysztof Pawlicki

Java competence manager

Architect and full stack developer with many years of experience turned into Technical Manager. Varied experience in fintech, logistics, and other domains. Focused on bringing value to the company through educating people, making them more effective, and giving them tools to do their job quicker and better. Enjoys technology in various forms.

Frederik Steenfeldt

Software engineer

I am a Civil Engineer and I have a natural love for tech. This has brought me to BEC, where I got to nurture my IT and programming skills. I work in languages like COBOL, Java, and Salesforce in the mortgage area. I am also responsible for passing on the knowledge of mainframe technologies through teaching and content creation. 

Natalie Elkjær-Knudsen

Talent Partner

I am responsible for running the BEC Talent Program in Denmark – employer branding, recruitment, onboarding, and learning. I focus on creating a good experience for all graduates and managers and ensuring they feel supported throughout the program and later on. Privately I regularly teach yoga and go hiking in nature.

Maciej Górnicki

Java Competence Manager

I love the feeling when old, proven patterns collide with innovative, disobedient concepts and lead to a new balance making the best of both. Life made me become a full stack-to-backend convert. As a JVM-oriented software developer experienced in banking and insurance, I understand the complexity of business processes. Still, I believe that simplicity is a guide every engineer should follow. Being an advocate for domain-driven approaches, I strive to make self-documenting code that screams business rules. I like teaching people and learning from them at the same time. It’s a win-win! And I believe in partnership, whether it’s during development teamwork, workshops or training.

FAQ

When can I start working and when should I apply for the Talent Program of 2023?

We will open applications on January 12th and close on February 26th. Do not wait until the deadline to apply, as we contact candidates during the whole campaign. Your first day at work will be August 1st.

What is the career path/ learning opportunities in BEC?

To support your professional growth and competency development, we implemented the most effective mix of development activities:

  • Learning through experience (50-70%) working with real tasks in the team.
  • Learning from others (15-30%) – seek and give feedback, join one of our CoPs, engage your mentor.
  • Traditional learning (5-20%) – attend virtual and classroom training, take a webinar and e-learning course (we offer you unlimited access to an e-learning platform with 3500+ courses from different areas).

Moreover, you will take part in the BEC Path dialogue with your manager. BEC Path is a tool to follow up and give feedback on the performance.

How many working hours and how much flexibility should I expect?

A normal working week is 36-37 hours. If you due to a business need work more hours in one week, you can save up time in an “hour bank” and take it out at a later point. The core business hours are between 9:00 and 15:00, in which we expect you to be available. Most teams work remotely 2 days weekly and on-site in Roskilde or Herning 3 days weekly.

How can I prepare myself for an interview?

During the recruitment process, we do our best to get to know you better both from an academic/technical and from a personality perspective. We want to make sure we hire top talented graduates with a high potential to grow, who share our most important values, and who want to be part of our culture.

By spending some time understanding BEC Financial Technologies before your interviews, you can show us your genuine interest. Also, we hope that you will be preparing for the tests and cases we send you during the recruitment process.

Is English/Danish required?

BEC Financial Technologies is an international company, and therefore we do expect you to be fluent in English (written and spoken). English is the organizational language used in meetings and collaboration. However, as Business Analysts often have close contact with bank representatives (our customers) Danish is required for this specific position.

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BEC Financial Technologies a.m.b.a. – Havsteensvej 4, 4000 Roskilde, Denmark – bec@bec.dk – (+45) 46 38 24 00

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