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Graduate Job Graduate .Net Developer

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: FDM Group
Reference: FDM2/GP
Salary: Competitive  

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Graduate .Net Developer

FDM Group is a global IT services provider with offices worldwide and a dedication to technical excellence and professional development.

Following the organisation’s outstanding growth, FDM has become the UK’s leading IT graduate employer and the 11th fastest growing company in Europe.

FDM is currently seeking a number of high calibre graduates with the drive to work in software development, to join their award-winning graduate programme as .Net Developers.

Successful candidates will receive intense technical training (approximately 16 weeks) in C++, C#, VB .Net and related technologies and will be employed by FDM as .Net Developers. They will then represent FDM on client sites as IT Consultants, supporting the company’s clients for a minimum of two years.

Fast-track career progression is key and this programme will put candidates on a path, which could lead into Senior Development, Systems Design or Technical Team Leader roles.

Suitable applicants will possess an IT or numerical science degree, have excellent communication skills and be able to demonstrate the potential to build successful careers in IT development.

FDM’s graduate scheme is unique because it places their IT Consultants at the heart of the organisation in a client-facing role, directly contributing to the company’s success.

FDM welcomes applications from suitable candidates, click ‘apply now’ to apply.

Location: Any Location, EEA, London (inner and outer), North West England, Rest of the World, UK locations

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