Sid Baissa

Project Manager

"I knew that the graduate scheme had a very good reputation. But I also wanted to work at a diverse and global company with people from all kinds of different backgrounds."

What do you love about working at Fujitsu?

I've had the chance to work with different projects and teams in different areas, which has been a great learning curve. But you are also given responsibilities from day 1.

What is a typical day like for you?

I don't have a typical day – that's a good thing. My current project involves working at a client site. I am the lead PM for a project transforming WAN, LAN, WIFI & Voice in 1600 pubs, bars and restaurants in the UK.

What made you apply to Fujitsu?

I knew that the graduate scheme had a very good reputation. But I also wanted to work at a diverse and global company with people from all kinds of different backgrounds.

What training do you receive on the programme?

There's a lot of training available. I've already been on Sense and Respond, Leadership in Action, Agile Project Management, and the Creative Presenting course.

What is the company culture like?

Everyone is willing to help you and are very flexible. As long as you do your work and deliver what is expected from you, you are good.