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Andover

Where is Andover?

The Andover office is well located to get to and from locations around the South and South West of England; it takes an hour and ten minutes on the train to London Waterloo.

Are there any other interns or grads working from this office?

There are a handful of graduates and interns at Andover Kingsgate House who regularly meet up with grads based at other offices – especially London as it’s so easy to get to. It’s a close-knit team, and small enough that everyone knows each other quite well in the office.

Is it easy to travel and park?

There’s an employee car park with plenty of spaces. If you take the train, it’s an easy 20-minute walk to the office from the station.

If I move to the area, where are the best places to live?

You can live in Andover – lots of the grads lived here when they first joined, then some moved out to Basingstoke where there’s a bit more going on and which is only a 20-minute commute from the office. There are lots of pretty little country towns and villages surrounding Andover, and it’s close enough to commute from Southampton if you fancy living on the coast.

What are the options for lunch?

People tend to bring their own lunch in, but there’s a pub a short distance away as well as local supermarkets, or you can pop into town for fish and chips.

Birmingham

Where is Birmingham?

Birmingham is the most populous British city outside the capital and lies within the West Midlands region. It has excellent motorway and rail access to all parts of the UK.

Are there any other interns or grads working from this office?

There is a small community of graduates and interns in Birmingham, who all catch up for lunch most days. It’s a close-knit culture, and a great opportunity to socialize with colleagues outside your regular team. And since there are graduates and interns from a range of intakes, you’ll be able to ask plenty of questions to gain insight into other areas of the business!

Is it easy to travel and park?

Most people travel by car, as there is a really decent-sized car park onsite, and also an overflow car park that is a two-minute walk from the office. The office is easily accessible from the M42 and M6 – follow signs initially to the NEC and you will then see signs to Birmingham Business Park, which is where we are based.

If you’d prefer to get public transport then don’t worry! There are plenty of good transport links, with the nearest train station being Birmingham International, which has good connections locally and across the UK. For those wanting to live in central Birmingham, this station is a 5-6 minute journey from Birmingham New Street.

If I move to the area, where are the best places to live?

There are plenty of places to live in the surrounding area, whether you’re looking for something cheap and cheerful or more upmarket. The more cost-effective areas in which to rent are Marston Green and Chelmsley Wood, which are approximately 10 minutes’ drive from the office. If you’re looking for an upmarket area, then Solihull is lovely, although it is a bit more pricy. Solihull is approximately 20 minutes’ drive from the office.

What are the options for lunch?

Within the Birmingham office there are two breakout areas, which offer tea, coffee and squash. There are also free coffee machines with cappuccinos, lattes, mochas and freshly brewed leaf tea. The breakout areas are where the grads generally meet for a catch-up. Both breakout areas also have vending machines if you need a chocolate fix. Other options for lunch include O’Brien’s café opposite the, which offers standard tasty hot food from jacket potatoes to paninis. In addition, there is a WH Smith if you’re looking for a meal-deal or a snack and the sandwich wagon arrives every day at 10.30. If you fancy a drive, there are plenty of places nearby – KFC and McDonalds are a 10-minute drive from the office, ASDA Supermarket is 15 minutes away and The Little Owl, Vintage Inn Pub is not far and serves a good selection of food. On a Friday the grads will often drive to The Little Owl or White Horse for a pub lunch.

Crewe

Where is it?

Crewe is a fairly small town surrounded by even smaller villages in the eastern area of Cheshire in the North West of England, it offers easy access to Liverpool and Manchester as well as Stoke on Trent via the nearby M6 motorway.

Are there any other interns or grads working from this office?

There is a small but lively community of interns and graduates at Crewe Rail House. What we lack in numbers, we certainly make up for in personality!

Is it easy to travel and park?

Parking for the building is limited, so a car park lottery scheme is in place. To enter the lottery you need to drive to the office at least four times a week, and winners get free use of the car park for two months. This system is soon to be replaced by a waiting list system where drivers add their name to the list and wait for their turn to come up. Aside from parking onsite, you can park at the nearby Crewe Alexandra FC grounds for around £40 a month, or you can try to find a space on some of the residential roads close to the office. These tend to fill up fast, though, so get there early! As its name suggests, the office is directly adjacent to Crewe train station, which is the largest interchange in the north with regular direct services to almost everywhere, including Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, London, Scotland and the South West. The building also has a decent bus service, with regular buses to east, west and south Crewe.

If I move to the area, where are the best places to live?

If you’re looking for big city living then Manchester and Birmingham are within an hour by train. If you’d rather live close by, the neighbouring town of Nantwich is a great choice: it has a great nightlife and a train station providing a 10-minute commute to the office. Nantwich is much more expensive than Crewe, so if you’re looking for cheaper accommodation then you’d be better finding a property in central Crewe. Make sure you have a chat with people who know the area and can best advise you on the nicest places to live.

What are the options for lunch?

Rail House has something for everyone when it comes to getting food. If you fancy a quick meal, there are a few chip shops and kebab houses nearby, as well as a McDonald’s and Domino’s. There is also a KFC a short drive away, as well as Whitney’s (formerly Chatwins), which has an excellent reputation for breakfast butties, sandwiches and cakes and pastries. If you’d prefer to grab a microwave meal, snacks or a paper, there is a Tesco Express at the nearby petrol station, with a full size Tesco Extra about 15 minutes away.

For those who want to eat out, Giovanni’s is a nice Italian restaurant just a stone’s throw from the building, or if you prefer more traditional pub grub there’s the Brocklebank Brewers Fayre, which is about a 15-minute walk.

Darlington

Where is it?

Darlington is a market town in southern County Durham with the closest major cities including Newcastle, Durham and Middlesbrough and slightly further afield Manchester and Leeds. Great transport links make all these cities within easy reach for trips away and nights out.

Are there any other interns or grads working from this office?

We have quite a few graduates based in Darlington, and many teams have actively recruited new grads, so this number is steadily increasing. We try to meet up for lunch regularly and there’s also a social committee running events, so there’ll be plenty of opportunity to get to know people. In total, there are around 130 people in the office.

If I move to the area, where are the best places to live?

Darlington has plenty of accommodation, and it’s fairly cheap. The best initial option is probably to rent a flat in Tillage Green, which is a small new-build development within walking distance of the office. If this is out of your price range, you should have a look at spareroom.co.uk and easyroommate.com, which offer plenty of options. Equally you may want to live in Middlesbrough, Newcastle or Durham – both of which are in commutable distance.

Is it easy to travel and park?

Situated on the East Coast mainline, right beside the A1, Darlington is a very well located town and many of our staff commute each day – it’s an easy drive with relatively little traffic. The office is on an industrial park, so there is a large car park with plenty of capacity, and it’s pretty accessible even if you don’t drive. The nearest station is Darlington, which is a short bus ride away – and the bus passes right in front of the office.

What are the options for lunch?

There is a kitchen if you wish to bring your own lunch. Alternatively, there is a nice (and cheap) sandwich shop about 100 metres up the road, or you can drive into town to find plenty of cafés, plus Subway and Greggs.

Edinburgh

Where is Livingston?

Our Atos office is located in Livingston, about 15 miles (25 km) west of Edinburgh and 30 miles (50 km) east of Glasgow.

Are there any other interns or grads working from this office?

We have a small community of graduates who regularly meet up for lunch in the onsite Costa Coffee and arrange drinks outside work along with other graduates based in our Glasgow office.

Is it easy to travel and park?

There is plenty of parking onsite. Driving from Edinburgh city centre takes around 45 minutes, driving from the edge of Edinburgh takes around 20 minutes, and driving from Glasgow takes around 30-45 minutes depending on traffic. The nearest train station is Livingston North, from where you can get regular trains to Glasgow or Edinburgh. Atos runs a free shuttlebus service in time for direct trains to and from Edinburgh.

If I move to the area, where are the best places to live?

There are some residential areas around the Livingston office; however, these are more suited to families, and if you are looking for somewhere livelier it would be advisable to move to Edinburgh. The west side of Edinburgh is best if you plan to drive to work. It is also possible to travel from Glasgow to Livingston; however, it is a bit more of a commute as the traffic on the M8 can make the journey time longer.

What are the options for lunch?

There is an onsite café and there are shops within driving distance. Livingston town centre has a wide variety of cafés, restaurants and even the largest designer outlet in Europe. Onsite you will also find tea and coffee-making facilities, microwaves and fridges if you prefer to bring your own lunch.

Glasgow

Where is Glasgow?

Glasgow is west central Scotland, and a hugely popular city, closely located and easily commutable from Edinburgh, and of course with easy access to the Islands and Highlands of Scotland.

Are there any other interns or grads working from this office?

There are a few grads and interns working at this site, as well apprentices. They are quite a small team, but meet up with grads from our Edinburgh office for drinks and work events.

Is it easy to travel and park?

The nearest train station is Priesthill & Darnley or Nitshill Station. The offices are located beside the M77 and therefore are accessible by car from all areas of Glasgow. It is easy to park with lots of space in the car parks and if you don’t drive, there are buses from town which run from Buchanan Bus Station too.

If I move to the area, where are the best places to live?

Living in the south side, west end or centre of Glasgow is advisable, as from there the building is accessible through various forms of transport. There is a good mix of new and old style buildings.

What are the options for lunch?

There is an onsite cafeteria which sells hot and cold food, alongside newspapers and other items.

Vending machines for snacks are also available around the building. Silverburn Shopping centre is a 5-minute walk away and there are a number of restaurants located there. There is also a 24 hour Tesco and a Morrison’s in the surrounding area.

Guildford

Where is Guildford?

Guildford is in the South East of England, located between London and the South coast.

Are there any other interns or grads working from this office?

Guildford is a great place to work as it’s fairly small, around 60 people, and so everyone knows each other in the office quite well. There are a few grads in the office, and they tend to mix with each other, as well as their own teams, and of course catch up with all the other grads through the various events we organise as a grad and intern community

Is it easy to travel and park?

Parking is quite limited in the car park so people tend to cycle or walk in, and taking the train is also possible as it takes around 20 minutes to walk. The office is a mile and a half away from the town centre, next to cathedral industrial estate, just off the A3, so really easy to get to by public transport.

If I move to the area, where are the best places to live?

Guildford is a very nice place to live and one popular area for people based at this office is The Golden Triangle due to its great mix of people and friendly community feel. There are also a number of other areas nearby

What are the options for lunch?

It’s only a 5 minute cycle into town, where there loads of options for lunch. Alternatively, there’s a kitchen in the office if you’d rather bring and prepare your own food.>

Leeds

Where is Leeds?

Leeds is in the heart of West Yorkshire, close to York and the Yorkshire dales.

Are there any other interns or grads working from this office?

There are a few interns and grads from each year’s intake working at the Leeds office.

Is it easy to travel and park?

The office is quite central and the office has its own car park, and it’s also close to Leeds train station.

If I move to the area, where are the best places to live?

There are lots of options if you want to live close to the city centre, or move to the outskirts and travel in. Headingly is a great option if you are looking for a quiet place to live but still being close to the centre.

What are the options for lunch?

Anything you like as it’s so centrally located.

Liverpool

Where is Runcorn?

Our office is located in Runcorn, situated in Halton a Liverpool City region which sits astride the River Mersey to the east of Liverpool.

Are there any other interns or grads working from this office?

There is a small community of graduates at Runcorn, and we meet up for lunch and drinks after work whenever possible. We often arrange to meet in town at the weekend to relive the two-week graduate induction. Needless to say, we are looking forward to having more graduates join us!

Is it easy to travel and park?

Life will be simple if you have a car, as there are plenty of spaces available in the Atos car park. Alternatively, there are two train stations nearby: Runcorn, approximately 4.2 miles away (a 10-minute taxi journey, costing about £8), which has hourly trains to London Euston and the South West, and Runcorn East, which is approximately 2.8 miles away. Liverpool is also only a 20 minute train journey from Runcorn so easily commutable by train.

If I move to the area, where are the best places to live?

A lot of people live in the surrounding areas and commute. This is because Runcorn is ideally situated about 15 miles from the city of Liverpool, which has every facility you could need. For those wishing to live close to the office, the best choices are Stockton Heath, Frodsham and Warrington. The surrounding area is remote and scenic, with occasional wildlife – it’s especially enjoyable in the summer.

What are the options for lunch?

There is an on-site canteen offering hot food and sandwiches, all at great prices our graduates also often go to the Evenwood farm pub for lunch or drinks after work. Also within easy driven distance is Halton Lea, which has a small indoor shopping centre with the usual food shops – Greggs and Subway in the centre itself, plus nearby branches of Dominos, McDonald’s and KFC, plus an Asda café.

London

Where are the Atos offices in London?

The Atos offices are based in London Triton Square, north of the River Thames and not far from Warren Street and Great Portland Street tube stations.

Are there any other interns working from this office?

London Triton Square has a broad mix of graduates and interns from a huge range of business areas: Managed Services, Systems Integration, Finance, Sales, Marketing, Project Management and many others. There is a vibrant graduate and intern community, and they often arrange social events outside work, so this is a great place to be

Is it easy to travel and park?

Driving to the office is not viable as we are based in Central London, but Warren Street and Great Portland Street tube stations are a short walk away, with Regent’s Park, Euston Square and Euston also close by. Finally, King’s Cross is also easily accessible.

 

Underground Distance Lines
Warren Street 5 minutes’ walk Victoria and Northern
Great Portland Street 5 minutes’ walk Circle/Metropolitan/Hammersmith & City
Regent’s Park 10 minutes’ walk Bakerloo
Euston Square 7 minutes’ walk Circle/Metropolitan/Hammersmith & City

Euston, King’s Cross and Marylebone mainline stations are also within walking distance, and all others can be accessed by tube, if you’d prefer to live outside London.

British Rail
King’s Cross & St Pancras 20 minutes’ walk
Marylebone 20 minutes’ walk
Euston 10 minutes’ walk

 

If I move to the area, where are the best places to live?

Choosing a place to live depends on your budget. However, convenient places to consider include Camden Town, Mornington Crescent, Chalk Farm, Finsbury Park, Crouch End, Farringdon, Angel and Old Street, among others. Lots of different sites and agents are available to help you with your search, and options include spareroom.com, Rightmove and Gumtree. SpareRoom even run regular ‘Speed Flatmating’ events – a casual occasion where you can meet potential flatmates before making the move.

What are the options for lunch?

As you might imagine, there is a huge variety of choice. If you hop on the tube, you can find all varieties of cuisine very quickly. Around the office, there is a wide choice too:

Warren’s – an Italian sandwich deli and pasta bar found on Warren Street. Zilly’s – a Mexican bar selling burritos, nachos, ciabattas and salads. Farmer’s Market – First Thursday of every month, serving a variety of cuisines. Wasabi – Japanese sushi bar just round the corner, with Eat next door, Sainsbury’s, Prât à Manger, Starbucks and Pod – all on the square just outside the office. Nando’s and Pizza Express – by Great Portland Street Tube Greggs, Boots, Subway and Japanese Kitchen – Tottenham Court Road A variety of Indian food – Drummond Street.

Nottingham

Where is Beeston, Nottingham?

Our Atos office is situated in Beeston, a suburb just 3 miles outside Nottingham city centre.

Are there any other interns or grads working from this office?

There are a large number of graduates, interns and apprentices at Beeston. Although they’re spread across different projects, they frequently meet up for lunch, dinner, drinks and other social events in town.

Is it easy to travel and park?

There is a free car park onsite and an overflow car park just across the road – the onsite park has reserved spaces only until 10am so it’s usually easier just to use the overflow.

The train station is also over the road from the office, with very frequent services to Nottingham, East Midlands Parkway and beyond. Beeston bus station is around a ten-minute walk, with buses running all day in all directions.

If I move to the area, where are the best places to live?

A lot of our graduates and apprentices live in Beeston or the centre of Nottingham, with some in the surroundings suburbs (Long Eaton, Stapleford, West Bridgford, etc.). Some of these suburbs are on a train or bus route, whilst others require a car. Beeston is quiet and relatively cheap, but you’ll head into town for nightlife. Dunkirk and Lenton are the student areas, with a lot more going on but with higher rents and more noise.

What are the options for lunch?

There are sandwich shops in the business park behind

Reading Winnersh

Where is Reading?

Reading is a town in Berkshire in the South East of England, only around 30 minutes from London, and Winnersh, where our office is based, is only 8 minutes on a train from Reading.

Are there any other interns or grads working from this office?

At Winnersh, we have a good number of interns and grads in our community and we all meet up and socialise as much as possible. We will often get together after work for drinks and even dinner. In work, we regularly meet in our two breakout areas, where people can enjoy tea and coffee and take a break – one of them even has a subsidised branch of Costa Coffee.

Is it easy to travel and park?

The office has a large car park situated directly underneath it. It is also a five-minute walk from Winnersh Triangle station, from which it takes only eight minutes to get to Reading. There are also direct services to London Waterloo every half an hour.

If I move to the area, where are the best places to live?

The nearest residential areas to the office are Woodley, Earley and Winnersh. Housing here is cheap and getting to and from work is extremely quick and easy. Although these are closer, Reading might be more appealing. Alternatively, Caversham is a popular choice, with a good selection of local bars, restaurants and cafés, all within a 15-minute walk of Reading station. There is also a cinema and a bar located within walking distance of the office and a great pub a short drive away. Finally, the Holiday Inn next door has a swimming pool and a full gym where Atos employees enjoy discounted corporate membership.

What are the options for lunch?

Opposite the office is Bistro 415, which serves a selection of hot food and sandwiches. Alternatively, Costa and WH Smith offer a variety of meal deals. For special occasions, there is the Caprice, which serves drinks and meals during lunch and into the evening.

Wolverhampton

Where is Wolverhampton?

Wolverhampton is a city and metropolitan borough, close to Birmingham, in the West Midlands.

Are there any other interns working from this office?

There are a number of interns and graduates at the office, so you can expect a lively social life, both during and after the working day.

Is it easy to travel and park?

There is a regular bus from Wolverhampton City Centre to the Business Park. Alternatively it is easy to drive, as the Park is located directly off Junction 2 of the M54. There is also an excellent rail link via Wolverhampton station, which offers fast services to a number of major cities. For instance, it takes just 18 minutes to reach Birmingham city centre, an hour to reach Manchester and just under two hours to reach London.

If I move to the area, where are the best places to live?

There are plenty of places you can live close to the office, including Wolverhampton itself. Many locations in and around the city offer reasonably priced housing for rent, including Tettenhall, Codsall and Pendeford. If you’d prefer to live further afield, you could consider Cannock, Telford, Sutton Coldfield and Birmingham. All are easily accessible via the M6 or M54.

What are the options for lunch?

Two sandwich vans visit the site every day: one offers hot food and the other cold sandwiches and snacks such as yoghurts, chocolate and crisps. However, many people prefer to bring their own food, especially as we have a small breakout area with a fridge and microwave.>

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