Junior Information Technology Consultant
Are you (almost) graduated as a Master of Science in a technical, business administration or economic direction, and looking for a challenging start of your career on the intersection of business and IT?
As a Junior Information & Technology Consultant at Accenture you will work on challenging projects at the intersection of business and IT for the world's largest organizations, including 91 of the Global Fortune 100 companies. In driven teams you will develop innovative solutions that help them become ‘high-performance’ organizations. This includes the development of the digital or IT strategy, as well as the optimization, management and security of the underlying infrastructure, applications and data. You will work in international and multidisciplinary project teams, together with the customer. This means you will get to see many leading organizations in a short time. Each project is a new challenge. You will work with cutting edge technology or you will smartly apply proven technologies. In addition, you will have the knowledge and expertise of our global network at your disposal.
We offer you many opportunities to learn, grow and develop both your technology expertise as your leadership qualities. In your first year you will go to Bangalore (India), Chicago (USA) or Madrid (Spain) for an international training together with junior consultants from all over the world. This ensures that you will quickly build a successful career.
Position within the company
Accenture is a global company engaged in Strategy, Consulting, Digital, Technology and Operations. We work with our clients to help them become high-performance organizations, through a combination of proven experience and comprehensive capabilities across all industries and business functions. Furthermore, we do thorough research on the most successful companies in the world.
Depending on your interests and background, you can become a Junior Information & Technology Consultant in one of our industry-focused Operating Groups: Resources, Products, Communications, Media & Technology, Financial Services and Health and Public Services.