Why choose the Technical Analysis Graduate Program?
The role of a Technical Analyst is extremely varied and provides the perfect opportunity for anyone who is keen to embrace the technical side of consultancy. You could be responsible for anything from investigating and developing solutions for applications, all the way through to setting up and maintaining virtual machines for automated processes.
The FDM Technical Analysis Graduate Program will help you develop your career as a technical analyst, with expert training and the potential to work on important assignments with our world-renowned clients. You could have the opportunity to apply your skills to innovative projects and make a real impact in a variety of sectors. This includes Robotic Process Automation, Quality Assurance and IT Infrastructure Delivery for global businesses.
We support the wellbeing and professional development of our consultants throughout their FDM journey and offer a range of support programs and additional learning and networking opportunities.
What to expect
The FDM Technical Analysis training program is designed to equip you with the relevant skills and knowledge to build a successful career as a Technical Analyst. You may cover different technologies, such as the most widely used Unix and Python, as well as agile working methodologies, including ITIL. Our agile framework training is beneficial for helping you adapt to any working environment and operate in cross-functional teams for large organisations.
You will have the opportunity to really delve deep into understanding the purpose of a piece of code and how to identify whether a fix is needed in order for the code to function as expected. Building on this foundational understanding, you will then gain the skills required to develop an application, such as an ecommerce website or trading app.
Key skills for a Graduate Technical Analyst
- An interest in programming and scripting languages
- Strong mathematical aptitude
- Natural problem solver
- Excellent written and verbal communication
- Attention to detail
- Team player
- Logical thinking
Career prospects as a Graduate Technical Anslyst
The Graduate Consultant Program provides you with a versatile skill set which could eventually open the door to numerous career opportunities and senior positions.
The typical career progression for a Graduate Technical Analyst is as follows:
- Technical Analyst
- Senior Technical Analyst
- Department Lead
- Chief Technology Officer
However, a Technical Analyst can also proceed to other career prospects including Applications Development, Software Engineering and Computer Programming.
What our consultants say
Tech Migration and Integration Consultant
University of Sydney
In my role, I can see how data is manipulated and transformed to create valuable insight for end-users, as well as apply my own logic to create stories. We are also migrating many of our assets to cloud platforms which involves a lot of development and testing.
RPA Enablement Engineer
I am responsible for the configuration and providing support to the development and production environments of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) projects. I help set up and maintain the virtual machines for automated processes. I also help in assessing the viability of automation for various applications.
Xin Ni Lee
Systems Delivery Analyst
National University of Singapore
My role involves being responsible for resolving issues that users encounter in their experience with the regulatory reporting software. It also involves editing or implementing new workflows upon user request.
Do you qualify for the FDM Technical Analysis Graduate Program?
We are looking for university graduates who have a real passion for technology and computer programming. There is no need for a technical background or STEM degree, we accept candidates from all universities with no previous experience.
- Educated to a degree level (bachelor or higher)
- Passionate about a career in tech
- An excellent communicator
- Eligible to work in Australia and New Zealand
- Geographical flexibility across Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland and Wellington
- Able to commit to the full 2.5-year graduate careers program
Simply submit your application and CV here.
A member of the FDM Recruitment Team will call you to discuss the program 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
This stage involves an FDM Introduction presentation, followed by three strength-based interviews. This is your chance to meet the other graduates you could be training with and find out more about the program. The interview will be a strength-based interview and will focus on your ability and potential rather than previous experience.
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Support and Development
Our support and development initiatives are catered to help you at every stage of your journey, from graduate to Technical Analyst.