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Fujitsu NZ Graduate Program – Technology Graduate (Digital Workplace Services) - Wellington

    Opportunity details

    Opportunity Types
    Graduate Job
    Start Date
    31 Jan 2020

    Application dates

    Applications Open
    7 May 2019
    Applications Close
    15 May 2019

    Minimum requirements

    Level of Study
    Bachelor
    Accepting International Applications
    No
    Degrees Accepted
    B
    Commerce
    Business
    Business Administration
    Management
    Project Management
    E
    Communications Engineering
    I
    Computer Science (all other)
    Computer Systems and Networks
    Cyber Security
    Data Science
    Programming & Software Engineering
    Design & User Experience

    Our Graduate Program has a unique opportunity for the right person to join our Digital Workplace Services Portfolio. As the graduate will consult and support client engagements for Digital Workplace Services. You will be under guidance of the Portfolio Manager and will develop tactics to enable business wide engagements in a technology innovation agenda.

    You will work within the Digital Workplace Services portfolio team and be a key support for Digital Workplace services delivered to customers. The graduate will consult and support client engagements for this stream and work with customers on evolving their enterprise with technological change by providing seamless, contextual and predictive analytics to support the customer.

    As part of the 18 month program starting February 2020, you will have varied experiences across a broad field to enable you to develop:

    • An understanding of how Fujitsu operates
    • Strong communication skills  (oral and written)
    • Understanding our human resources strategy
    • Technical analytical and critical thinking
    • Understanding of Fujitsu’s offerings
    • Understanding of the importance of Business Relationships (internal and external)
    • IT best practice and understanding of leading digital technologies
    • Problem solving and decision making skills in the context of a global corporate organisation
    • Business analysis and presentation skills

    Who are we looking for?

    We are looking for graduates who;

    • Have (in the last 2 years) or is about to complete a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree with majors including Commerce, Business, Computer Science, Security, Cloud, IT, Engineering and Analytics;
    • Achievement oriented with a strong desire to succeed in their chosen career;
    • Interest in Innovation and Digital technologies;
    • Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to build relationships and communicate professionally;
    • Self-directed and proactive in self-motivated learning;
    • Enthusiasm and a positive mindset;
    • Ability to manage time and meet deadlines;
    • Committed to working as part of a team.

    This position will be located in Wellington CBD, New Zealand. Candidates must have a New Zealand Citizenship or Permanent Residency to apply.

    About us

    Fujitsu is a leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company offering a full range of technology products, solutions and services.

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