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Fujitsu

4.2
  • #10 in Technology
  • > 100,000 employees

Fujitsu Graduate Program Opportunities 2019

We have opportunities throughout Australia including Sydney, Gold Coast/Brisbane, Melbourne, Canberra, and Perth.

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?

Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Graduate Job
Number of Vacancies
50

Application dates

Applications Open
14 May 2018
Applications Close
31 May 2018

Minimum requirements

Minimum Prior Qualification
Bachelor
Graduation Results
65 - 74% WAM (Credit)
Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
B
Actuarial Studies
Business Administration & Management
Human Resources
Marketing, Advertising & Public Relations
C
Communication & Media Studies
E
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
H
Languages, Literature & Linguistics
Politics & Policy Studies
Humanities (all other)
Social Science (all other)
I
Data Science
L
Law

Graduate Opportunities – 2019

Over the course of 18 months, the Fujitsu Graduate program will incorporate a balanced mix of business focus and personal development and awareness with onsite sessions, virtual modules and group work.

Graduates are key to the future of our organisation and as such, we are hiring across most of our core business areas including:

  • Business Development
  • Customer Management
  • Consulting
  • Digital
  • Technical
  • Security
  • Human Resources
  • Legal
  • Finance
  • Marketing

We are looking for Graduates who have completed a Bachelor's or Master's degree in the last two years to be eligible for the program from a recognised tertiary institution. More than just technical skills and having all the answers up front, at Fujitsu we look for problem solving skills, innovative thinking and a willingness to learn and do.

Why Fujitsu

Fujitsu, a leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company offering a full range of technology products, solutions and services. Fujitsu believes that ICT has an important role in helping solve serious social challenges, such as poverty, shortage of food and water, underdevelopment of social infrastructure, education and health care, urbanisation, ageing societies, natural disasters, climate change, and environmental damage. These are all matters of profound concern that Fujitsu is committed working with our customers and partners to generate greater business and social value.

As an Employer, Fujitsu attracts and retains the best people by providing an exciting working environment, with Macquarie Park being one of the top 10 most impressive offices in the world. With approximately 4,000 people in Australia and New Zealand, and around 155,000 Fujitsu people globally, we are supporting customers in more than 100 countries. 
 

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