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At ABN AMRO, ICT is about technology, not technicians. It’s a field for committed, communicative people who think the way the customer does. Who identify problems, act on them and implement solutions. Building bridges is important. And they can be pretty long ones: from a smartphone in the Netherlands, for instance, to our suppliers in India.

What will you do as an ICT professional?

The ICT field is made up of two departments: Solutions, where ideas are developed, and Services, which puts them into practice. Based on your talents, interests and ambitions, you’ll choose one of these departments. We also need ambitious people to make sure our internal and external infrastructure works well and keeps on working. For example in security. Whatever your choice, we’re a large, IT-driven organisation.

Best suitable solution

We’ve largely outsourced our implementation work. ICT now sees itself more as a business partner that solves and prevents problems. We have to understand our customers’ and colleagues’ needs and develop the right solutions for them. We also support our customers all over the world. We build networks so that the products and services they use in the Netherlands are also accessible internationally.

Your development

As an ICT professional you’ll work with specialists who know what they’re talking about. If you’re fresh from college, you’ll learn a huge amount from these experts. We assume you have the basic skills, but you don’t have to know everything. We have different job opportunities for IT, like IT graduates positions and job opportunities for IT professionals. Check our latest IT vacancies below.

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Ashwin van der Kamp

Ashwin van der Kamp, Business Analyst

"I use IT data to predict ways in which the bank can improve to attract and retain customers."
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