Year 2…Sky Betting & Gaming reopens graduate program

The governance of Sky Betting & Gaming (SB&G) will continue its commitment to Yorkshire talent development by confirming a £500,000 investment in its ‘graduate program’ for a second year running.   

SB&G which services offices in Leeds and Sheffield is currently one of Yorkshire’s biggest technology recruiters. Following the successful implementation of its 2016 graduate recruitment scheme, SB&G governance is seeking for a further twenty young recruits to fill positions within the bookmaker’s core operational divisions.

Confirming its investment, the SB&G HR team is now seeking graduate applications for full-time roles within its commercial, finance, marketing and operations divisions.

SB&G HR further states that the graduate roles will be supported with ‘competitive salaries’, full employee benefits and a guaranteed SB&G placement upon graduate completion of the program.

All selected graduates will be trained throughout SB&G’s core divisions, with training development undertaken in both Leeds and Sheffield offices.

Speaking to Yorkshire media outlets, SB&G CEO Richard Flint praised his firm’s commitment to developing young tech and commercial talent, stating that his firm had ‘really benefitted from growing its business in Yorkshire’.

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