At FDM it’s ‘business as usual’, we are recruiting now and throughout the year. Due to COVID-19 we have implemented alternative working arrangements to ensure that all our people stay safe. These consist of remote working, virtual training, video interviewing, and access to webinars and virtual events. We have training start dates happening in April, May and throughout the year. If you’re looking to start your career in technology or business, we want to hear from you now!
Do you have a fascination for data and want to be part of providing insight that drives business decisions? Do you have an analytical and technical mindset with a passion for Information Technology? If your answer is yes then a career in Business Intelligence (BI) could be for you.
As a Business Intelligence Data Analyst you will use your investigative and problem solving skills to analyse data and uncover trends that deliver actionable insights for the business. This could involve working with databases, data preparation, data analysis, business analysis and creating visualisations using industry standard BI tools.
You will be technical and have an appreciation for business, as well as an excellent communicator with strong stakeholder management skills. We are looking for talented and enthusiastic people who thrive in a fast-paced environment to begin their careers in Business Intelligence. Are you ready to join?
FDM is the market leader in the recruitment, training and deployment of IT and business professionals, launching the careers of thousands of graduates each year. We are a FTSE 250 company with centres throughout Europe, North America and APAC.
Our graduate careers programme will provide you with several weeks of commercially relevant training, after which you will become an FDM consultant, working onsite with our clients as part of their project teams for a 2-year period. After this time, you may continue your career with FDM or join the client as a permanent member of their team.
Our clients are industry leaders, operating across a number of sectors. They include HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group, Sky, Department for Work and Pensions, British Airways, Costa Coffee, Aviva and many more.