Fujitsu
graduate scheme

Business Consulting (Digital and Technology Solutions) Graduate

Job description

As a Graduate Business Analyst in our Fujitsu Consulting practice, you will help our clients exploit digital technology, so that they can grow and succeed. You will be at the heart of our most important customer projects, potentially involved in developing client strategy, helping our clients use new technology in innovative ways, deriving insight from data and analytics, driving effective business change, or optimising business processes.

You will have excellent analytical and communication skills, and an inquisitive mind-set with a passion for learning and growth. Ideally you should have studied or be studying towards a technical or business related degree, however for those studying a business degree you should have demonstrable interest and knowledge in technology.

Initially joining as a Business Analyst, and with a clear career path ahead, you will receive structured training and development to build the skills you need to become an effective Business Consultant.

What we are looking for

Our Graduate Programme is only open to candidates eligible to work in the UK.

Qualifications

  • For any IT and technology positions, we require you to have completed or be studying a STEM (science, technology, engineering, or mathematics) subject, or have relevant technical experience.
  • We also welcome candidate applications from postgraduate students.

Accepted degree subjects

Any

Additional job details

Location
UK wide
Salary
£29,000

Joining bonus of £1000, with pay increase every six months during the two year programme (based on performance)

  • Investor in People Silver
  • Institute of Student Employers
  • Disability Confident Leader

How to apply

Please note, you can only apply for one graduate role. Any multiple applications for different roles will be rejected by the recruitment team.

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 31 December 2019

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Closing date:  31 December 2019

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