Opening the door to limitless tech career opportunities

Salesforce is the world’s #1 customer relationship management (CRM) platform. According to Forbes, Salesforce now has more than 19 percent share of the CRM market.

Over 150,000 companies, of all sizes, are growing with Salesforce. As businesses embrace the future of cloud computing, big data, IoT, and AI, the demand for Salesforce Analysts across the globe is also growing rapidly.


Why choose the FDM Salesforce Analyst Graduate Programme?

FDM’s training is developed in partnership with Salesforce to give you the technical expertise and job-ready skills to launch your exciting career as a Salesforce Analyst.

We’re committed to your success, providing you with support and guidance every step of your two-year journey with us. Upon successful completion, you will become a Salesforce Certified consultant, which will dramatically boost your CV in the eyes of employers. You’ll be on your way to being one of most in-demand tech professionals in the world with limitless career opportunities.


What does the training cover?

You’ll receive foundation training on the full software development lifecycle, within the context of Salesforce.

  • Salesforce core platform and data modelling
  • Reports and Dashboard
  • Sales Cloud and Service Cloud
  • Security and Data Access
  • Process Automation

What you’ll do as a Salesforce Analyst

After completing our Salesforce accredited training, you’ll work as an FDM Consultant with one or more of our industry leading clients.

You’ll play a vital role in their team, helping guide and improve business processes and efficiency in Salesforce. You’ll obtain, document, and analyse requirements around business challenges to produce data-driven solutions. The most successful Salesforce Analysts have well-developed soft skills, are excellent communicators, collaborators, and team builder

Day to day responsibilities can include:

  • Liaising with project managers, stakeholders and end-users to determine CRM needs
  • Developing, defining, and driving Salesforce implementation
  • Measure, test, and report on project development progress

Salesforce Analyst career prospects

Salesforce creates millions of new jobs every year, fostering an
enormous range of career opportunities.

Grow within Salesforce

Salesforce offers multiple credentials and training pathways that you can add to your qualification during your time with FDM.

Through our FDM Training programme you will become an accredited Salesforce consultant. As your career at FDM progresses you can further specialise within other areas of Salesforce, with additional training and certifications such as; Advanced Administrator, CPQ Specialist, Marketing Cloud Administrator and Platform App Builder.

There is a wide variety of avenues to explore that FDM will fund and support you with.

Career Progression

Those with drive and ambition can use the FDM programme as a springboard to a successful career as a Salesforce specialist.

There’ll be a high demand for your skills across thousands of companies, and you could find yourself progressing into such roles as Project Manager, CRM Lead, Sales/Service Cloud Specialist, Salesforce Practice Lead and more.

You’ll also find that the skills you learn with us will be highly transferrable. Naturally they can apply to other CRMs, such as Microsoft or SAP, but also into more generic Business Analyst roles. You’ll be in demand for roles across the full development lifecycle.

The world will be at your feet!

What requirements do we look for in a candidate?

The most fundamental requirement of a great Salesforce Analyst is a passion for technology. The qualities and credentials of a successful applicant include:

  • Educated to degree level (minimum of 2:2 predicted)
  • Excellent communicators, with an ability to build relationships
  • Ambitious, with a drive to succeed
  • Good decision-makers within fast-paced environments, with strong analytical skills
  • Willing to commit to the full 2-year graudate careers programme

Application process

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Apply online

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Apply online

Simply submit your application and CV here to kick-start your FDM journey.

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Telephone interview

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Telephone interview

A member of the FDM recruitment team will call you to discuss the programme and your career goals. This is also a great opportunity for you to ask us any questions you might have and get a feel for FDM. Check out our blog for top tips for a telephone interview

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Video interview

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Video interview

During the video interview, we will ask you a few questions to find out more about you and your career goals. This can be completed from your computer, tablet or mobile phone. You can find our top tips on how to ace this stage of the interview on our blog.

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Online tests

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Online tests

Here you will undertake numerical, verbal reasoning and IT aptitude tests to assess your skill sets, so we can make sure you are aligned to a role that matches your strengths.

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Final stage interview

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Final stage interview

This is your chance to meet the other graduates you could be training with and find out more about the programme. The interview will be a strength-based interview and will focus on your ability and potential rather than previous experience.

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Join the FDM Business Intelligence Graduate Programme

Support and Development

Our support and graduate development initiatives are catered to help you at every stage of your journey, from graduate to Business Intelligence Analyst.

Wellbeing
Programme

Wellbeing
Programme
Our online wellbeing portal provides a range of helpful resources, including professional guidance and advice. Consultants also have support from Wellbeing Ambassadors throughout the FDM community.

Consultant
Experience Partners

Consultant
Experience Partners
Consultants can receive support and career guidance from Consultant Experience Partners while working
on-site with our clients.

Mentoring
Programme

Mentoring
Programme
FDM partners consultants with mentors based on their career aspirations and helps build long term professional development opportunities.

Online Learning and
Development Programme

Online Learning and
Development Programme
Virtual training, webinars and discussions are available to consultants, as well as e-learning platforms, including LinkedIn Learning and Intuition Know-How.

Consultant
Peer Support

Consultant
Peer Support
Our Consultant Peer Support (CPS) Programme introduces new FDMers to those already working on-site, to help them settle into their new role.

FDM
Networks

FDM
Networks
FDM Staff Networks are designed to offer a group for discussion around shared characteristics. They are employee-led and provide support for those in the community.

Employee
Recognition Awards

Employee
Recognition Awards
FDM are proud of our consultants’ achievements. We celebrate with company awards, including ‘Consultant of the Month’ and ‘Consultant of the Year’.

Consultant
Collaboration Platform

Consultant
Collaboration Platform
Our Consultant Collaboration Platform keeps FDM employees connected; they can socialise with each other and access helpful resources to aid learning and development.

Consultant
Experience Events

Consultant
Experience Events
We host monthly virtual events to help keep us all connected and make sure everyone feels involved in the FDM community.

Employee
Engagement Surveys

Employee
Engagement Surveys
Our partner, Inpulse, helps us create employee surveys, which enable us to gain a better understanding of our people’s views and help us take positive action to accommodate their needs.

CEO
Communications

CEO
Communications
Our CEO, Rod Flavell, keeps us
up to date regularly through LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube.

Check out #RodsRoundUp videos to find out more.

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