Cloud Computing Engineer

Job LocationUK
Job TagEarly Career


The FDM Cloud Computing Engineering Graduate Programme will provide you with everything you need to succeed as a graduate Cloud Computing Engineer, including expert training and a 2-year placement working with our leading clients. From day one, you’ll take on a number of exciting projects, including the migration of on-premise systems, applications and databases into the cloud and getting to grips with all of the trials and tribulations that come with moving a collection of objects from one environment to another.


  • Throughout the FDM Cloud Computing Engineering training programme, you will gain a variety of skills to prepare you for your new role as a graduate Cloud Computing Engineer. This includes learning how to gather requirements for cloud-based environments, all the way through to implementation. You will also learn about the monitoring and decommissioning of Cloud environments which are no longer required, as well as how to perform standard monitoring, disaster recovery and maintenance tasks.
  • In order to help you achieve all of this, you will receive training in GCP, Azure, AWS, Python, Terraform, Ansible, SQL. This will equip you with a versatile toolkit of software, languages and platform knowledge to carry with you throughout your professional career. 


  • Are you an ambitious and driven graduate with a passion for technology? Then you’re exactly what we’re looking for at FDM. You don’t need to have a background in tech, we welcome candidates from all degree subjects and universities and you do not require any prior experience. If you’re open to learning new skills and working in exciting new environments, then this could be the perfect role for you. You will also need to be:
  • Educated to degree level (2:2 or higher)
  • An excellent communicator
  • Passionate about a career in IT
  • Eligible to work in the UK
  • Able to commit to the full 2-year graduate careers programme

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