Graduate Opportunity

Graduate Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Consultant

Leeds

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Description 

Are you intrigued by new technologies and do you want to learn how to tackle the challenges that companies face in identifying, implementing and executing automation solutions, to directly drive change within an organisation?

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is the technology that allows the use of software in configuring robots to perform actions that would normally be executed by humans on digital systems. Robots interact with various applications capturing and manipulating data, to replicate the repetitive tasks humans perform on a day to day basis.

The FDM RPA careers programme will provide you with training on FDM’s core foundation modules before starting RPA certified training, prior to placement on client site. The RPA training will be carried out on market-leading RPA platforms such as Blue Prism, UI Path or NICE Systems.

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Apply to FDM and kick start your career today.

FDM is a multi-award winning graduate employer. We’re passionate about kick-starting graduate careers in technology and support you every step of the way. When you become an FDMer, you’ll be provided with training, as well as two years of commercial experience, so for those critical first few years after graduation, you’ll be off to a flying start. It doesn’t stop there, many of our consultants go on to work permanently with the client, work internally at FDM or choose a different pathway using the connections and experience they’ve gained. If you’re looking for a fast-paced role with excellent career progression, look no further.

Over 3,700 FDM consultants are currently placed with our clients, and you could be next! We work with prestigious companies all around the world including HSBC, Shell and DWP to name a few. Your opportunity to make an impact in the industry starts here.
Course Overview

During your training, you will gain understanding in basic coding concepts and learn how to map and analyse business procedures.

To include:

  • Fundamentals – Professional Skills, SQL database, Excel reporting and UNIX.
  • Web apps – The fundamentals of web development.
  • OOD – Basic structure of coding and unit testing.
  • Business Analysis.
  • Data Extraction.
  • Robotic Process Automation – Developing an RPA project.
  • Accreditation in RPA Developer Foundation.

If you are passionate about working with technology, and you are interested in Robotics, this is a great opportunity to launch your career in RPA.

The ideal FDMer has:

  • Excellent communication skills and an ability to build relationships.
  • Ambitious, with a drive to succeed within the digital sector.
  • Degree, preferably within a STEM discipline.
  • Strong analytical ability.
  • Good decision-making skills within fast-paced environments.
  • An interest in working nationally to support our clients.
  • Commitment to a two-year contract with FDM upon completion of the training period.

There’s never been a better time to start a rewarding career in technology. The start date is fast approaching, so make an application today and see where your career will take you!

Please note, applying for this role does not guarantee a place on this particular programme, you will be assessed at the assessment day to align you to a best suited role for your skillset. There are other roles available including; Software Testing, Software Development, IT Operations and Business Intelligence.

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Opportunity Overview

  • July 8th, 2019
  • Competitive + benefits
  • All grades
  • Leeds
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Disciplines accepted...

  • All STEM disciplines

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