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Graduate Job IT Project Analysts

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: FDM Group
Reference: FDM41PA
Salary: Competitive  

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EXPIRY NOTICE: This job has now expired and will not be accepting any more applications.

Presenting Your Project Management Profession:

FDM Group is looking for top-class IT and Business graduates with the drive and ambition to work in technical project management environments, within our blue-chip client base.

Our Project Management Office (PMO) Master Class Programme includes training in, Project Management Tools and Techniques, PRINCE 2, Programme and Project Support Office Essentials, Business Analysis, and MS Project - as well as SQL and Data Manipulation and Presentation using MS Excel.

As a professional Project Analyst you will gain invaluable experience working with some of our most prestigious clients such as; HSBC, UBS, Betfair, BSkyB, The BBC and Deutsche Bank, with opportunities to work internationally. Our Master Class programme will offer you further industry recognised IT accreditations, commercially targeted expertise, soft skills training and priceless experience working with blue-chip companies for a minimum of two years.

Places are limited so don’t delay – apply today!

Send your CV and cover note by clicking ‘apply now.’ Take your first step towards your career in IT Project Management.

Visit the FDM website where you can find out more. Also join our ‘FDM IT Academy’ facebook group to post questions about this opportunity and speak to our current IT Consultants.

* Please note in line with home office regulations surrounding tier 1 general visas, any international candidate must hold a completed IT related MSc degree.

Location: Any Location, London (inner and outer), South East England, UK locations

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