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Graduate Job Graduate C#.NET Developers – (1st class degree entry level)

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

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Graduate C#.NET Developers – (1st class degree entry level)

FDM Group requires 5 top calibre graduates to undertake a role as a .Net Developer working with some of our leading blue chip clients, following a defined career path as a professional IT Consultant.

Successful candidates will receive 12 weeks commercial training in C#.Net development in FDM’s award-winning Technical Academy in London. This will then be followed by a minimum of 2 years employment with FDM, working with some of the world’s largest organisations including HSBC, UBS, BSkyB, Lloyds Banking Group, Financial Times and many more.

Desirable candidates will have:

  • A 1st class degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Computer Programming, Information Technology or a related discipline
  • A keen interest in software development and programming
  • Proven experience coding at university or in their spare time
  • Be enthusiastic about technology
  • An analytical mindset, attention to detail and a problem-solving mindset
  • Be confident and an excellent communicator, able to excel in client facing situations
  • Good time management, ability to prioritise and work to deadlines
  • Excellent business and commercial awareness

This programme is perfect for ambitious individuals who wish to launch a high profile career in IT.

If you would like to start your career in software development with a leading FTSE 100 organisation, please click 'apply now' to send your CV.

Location: London (inner and outer)

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