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Graduate Job European Opportunities for Aspiring Java Developers

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: FDM Group
Reference: FDM/EOAJD
Salary: Competitive  

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European Opportunities for Aspiring Java Developers

Do you have a love for travel and passion to work in IT?

Are you looking to work for a multi-national, top financial organisation as a graduate Java Developer with the opportunity to travel and work in the most romantic city in the world?

International IT services provider FDM Group has a unique opportunity for a team of top-quality graduates to launch their careers in Java Development and work within the heart of Paris for one of the world’s largest financial organisations.

Our client has over 25 years of exclusive focus within Investment banking and its head office sits within walking distance of the Eiffel Tower and only four stops from the most beautiful avenue in the world – Champs Elysees.

Successful candidates will also have the opportunity to learn French, fully funded by the client.

Criteria for potential applicants:

·         Commitment to work in Paris for two years

·         A proven passion for IT

·         2:1 degree from a top university or 2:2 will be considered if highly technical

·         Computer Science or Maths related degree

·         Knowledge of Java

·         Excellent communication skills

Successful candidates will undergo approximately 16 weeks of specialist training in our award-winning Academy in London before spending two years working onsite in Paris as a Java Developer.

FDM will be holding an assessment day on Thursday 11th August so if you are interested in click "apply now."

Location: EEA, Rest of the World

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