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Fujitsu

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  • #10 in Technology
  • > 100,000 employees

Fujitsu 2019 Graduate Technical - Canberra

Canberra, ACT

Fujitsu is looking for graduates who have completed a Bachelor's or Master's degree in Data Analytics, Automation and AI relating to ICT Infrastructure and Engineering in the last two years

Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Graduate Job
Number of Vacancies
3
Salary
$55,000 - $59,999

Application dates

Applications Open
4 Oct 2018
Applications Close
19 Oct 2018

Minimum requirements

Minimum Prior Qualification
Bachelor
Graduation Results
65 - 74% WAM (Credit)
Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
E
Engineering & Mathematics
I
Computer Graphics & Animation
Data Science

Are you a digitally savvy individual who wants to be part of a valued graduate community that has the power to make a difference with the support of a leading global ICT organisation?

Fujitsu's Graduate Program has a unique opportunity to be key support for digital services delivered to clients. The Graduate role will support and work in areas relating to IT Infrastructure operations to our clients. Projects and work assignments as they relate to Hybrid IT including Cloud (Public & Private), Cyber Security and Digital Workplace needs.

The Graduate role will see you have varied experiences across a broad field to enable your development in:

  • An understanding of how Fujitsu operates
  • Strong communication skills (oral and written)
  • Technical Analytical and critical thinking
  • Business analysis and presentation skills
  • IT best practise and understanding of leading digital technologies.
  • Experience working in a multi-client organisation and IT best practises.

You will be working as a Graduate - Technical in addition to participating in Fujitsu's 18-month Graduate Program, with training modules covering communications, presentation skills and a variety of commercial subjects.

Fujitsu is looking for graduates who have completed a Bachelor's or Master's degree in Data Analytics, Automation and AI relating to ICT Infrastructure and Engineering in the last two years to be eligible for the program.

Applicants must be Australian Citizens or Permanent Residences at the time of application.  

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
My Indigenous heritage has been a major factor in my studying and working life. I was able to obtain an Indigenous scholarship at university to live at college.

Jayden McLeod

  • Graduate stories
My Indigenous heritage has been a major factor in my studying and working life. I was able to obtain an Indigenous scholarship at university to live at college.

Jayden McLeod

  • Graduate stories
Navigating yourself as an Indigenous person in the corporate world can be daunting as for many of us this is our first experience working in a corporate environment. Yet, it is also an incredibly exhilarating experience as we move forward to build stronger relationships for our peoples and business

Peta Toohey

  • Graduate stories
Navigating yourself as an Indigenous person in the corporate world can be daunting as for many of us this is our first experience working in a corporate environment. Yet, it is also an incredibly exhilarating experience as we move forward to build stronger relationships for our peoples and business

Peta Toohey

  • Graduate stories
My Indigenous heritage has been a major factor in my studying and working life. I was able to obtain an Indigenous scholarship at university to live at college.

Jayden McLeod

  • Graduate stories
My Indigenous heritage has been a major factor in my studying and working life. I was able to obtain an Indigenous scholarship at university to live at college.

Jayden McLeod

  • Graduate stories
Navigating yourself as an Indigenous person in the corporate world can be daunting as for many of us this is our first experience working in a corporate environment. Yet, it is also an incredibly exhilarating experience as we move forward to build stronger relationships for our peoples and business

Peta Toohey

  • Graduate stories
Navigating yourself as an Indigenous person in the corporate world can be daunting as for many of us this is our first experience working in a corporate environment. Yet, it is also an incredibly exhilarating experience as we move forward to build stronger relationships for our peoples and business

Peta Toohey