FDM Getting Back to Business – London & Glasgow 2017
Have you taken a career break of more than a year? Are you looking to step back into a successful and rewarding career in business analysis or project management? Join FDM as a Business Consultant through the FDM Getting Back to Business Career Programme.
FDM will provide you with 7 weeks of training to refresh and upskill your knowledge. Upon completion you will become a full time Consultant working onsite with one or more of 180+ prestigious clients across various sectors such as finance, banking, media and the public sector.
As an FDM Consultant, you will work with them for a minimum of 2 years. After that time, you could either transition to the client permanently or stay with FDM as a senior Consultant.
You will receive:
- Fully-funded professional business and technical training in their state-of-the-art London or Glasgow training centres (includes PRINCE2 certification)
- Flexible training hours of 9:30am – 4:30pm, Monday – Friday during the 7 week training period, to help accommodate personal commitments
- Fast-track career progression to get you back into business
- Job security for a minimum of 2 years (with options open to you after this time)
- Competitive starting salary
- Continuous support and development throughout your career journey
- Looking to return to work after a break in your career
- Previous experience in either Business Analysis, Project Support or Project Management
- A strong aptitude and interest in business
- Be able to commit to a 2 year contract with FDM once the 7 week training period is complete
- Be able to work full time
Please click here to send your CV for immediate consideration.
If you have any questions about the programme, please contact Julie at email@example.com.
FDM are looking for professional and dedicated people to join now. There are various assessment days and start dates throughout the year.
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To read about the experience of previous Getting Back to Business participants, see Case Studies