Ignition: Technology New Graduate
Development Program

Undergraduate and Master’s New Graduates
24 Months


Ignition is a 24-month performance-oriented rotation program designed to challenge and expose Associates to different teams across Technology. Each rotation will support Associates in building and acquiring new skills and uncover what interests them the most in their careers. The program is designed to develop our associates to become future leaders in the Technology space at Scotiabank.

This program is a steppingstone for careers in DevOps, Software Development, Agile Management, Design Thinking, Business Analysis, among others. Responsibilities and accountabilities may include data management, software development and design, network testing, database design, management and administration of entire systems. Some of the most common technologies and frameworks include Java, Spring, Microservices, React and DevOps. Working conditions could include working in Scrums following an Agile Methodology or Full-stack development.

This unprecedented work-integrated-learning program has no equal in allowing you to level up your skills, to rapidly acquire on-the-job skills and business know-how and providing you with significant and relevant experience and to truly ignite your career.

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What to Expect:

  • A challenging performance-oriented program that will accelerate your career

  • Rotations through different areas within the Technology group 

  • Exclusive access to a curated learning curriculum focusing on developing soft and technical skills

  • Volunteering opportunities to expand your network

  • A support and mentoring framework designed to guide you through the program and develop your skills

  • Access to our alumni program and network

  • A dedicated Program Manager that will support you throughout the entire program

  • How to Apply

    Check the postings in your school’s career portal, with your career centre, or visit our student jobs page