DXC Technology
graduate scheme

Digital Delivery Business Graduate Programme

Job description

Digital Delivery Manager - the role of a Digital Delivery Manager involves managing client demand, finances and resourcing, understanding Scrum, Kanban, W-agile etc. You will practice and demonstrate an ability to communicate coding standards, automated testing, definition of done, product reviews and feedback, along with developing an ability to lead on agile and lean practices.

Project management - you will undertake a number of assignments, working alongside experienced project management professionals, in various project and PMO environments for diverse clients across multiple industry sectors. Through practical experience of supporting & delivering projects using traditional and agile project management approaches we expect you to develop your skills in the management of project scope, cost, quality, resources, issue, risk, stakeholders and communications. You will be instrumental in the implementation of our New Style of Delivery model and helping our clients on their journey towards digital transformation.

Operational management - you will be required to work closely with the leadership team and react quickly to global leadership requests and escalations. This stream will give you insights into the health of the business for the region and accountability for operationalizing corporate initiatives that support the success of DXCs strategy through the delivery of day to day operational activities. Key components of this role include workforce management measurements, compliance tracking & reporting and financial management.

What we are looking for

Accepted degree subjects

Any

Additional job details

Location
London
Salary
Competitive salary

How to apply

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Closing date:  Continuous recruitment

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