Technical Consultant

FDM
Job LocationUS
Job TagFull Time

Description:

FDM’s Career Development Program is a great way for college graduates to enter the job market. At FDM, we train the brightest talent to become the innovators of tomorrow. Technology makes the world a better place and we believe passion, drive and curiosity are what you need to have a successful career in tech. This is why we do not require any previous experience to join FDM’s Career Development Program.

The program begins with training in one of our career streams in business and technology that are in high demand in the job market. We will provide you with the industry-specific technical and professional skills you need in your chosen stream, after which you will start working as an FDM Consultant with our globally recognized clients. Please note all client assignments require hybrid working in client offices in, but not limited to, New York, Texas, Florida, North Carolina/Georgia, Chicago or Boston.

No previous qualifications or STEM Field experience is required.

Responsibilities:

  • As a Technical Consultant with FDM, you will undergo industry specific training and continue your career journey as an FDM consultant by working for one of our globally recognized clients. Some common positions you could take on include Full Stack Developer, DevOps Engineer, Quality or Data Engineer, Production Support, Technical Analyst, Cloud Engineer, and more.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree (earned within next 12 months).
  • A strong aptitude for technology and the interest and drive to expand your technical skill set.
  • Able to commit to work for FDM for a minimum of two years working as an FDM consultant following the training period.
  • Eligible to work in the US.

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