What will I be doing?
After a few weeks spent on a formal induction, you will embark on a training programme in our Academyat our Delivery Centre in Centurion. You will study technologies including Java and SAP (ABAP).Then we will assign you to a project where you will build your skills ‘on the job’. By the end of the six to eight months, you should come away with some valuable skills. If you are passionate about innovation in technology, this is the placement for you. To join our Accenture Technology Internship, you will need to have or be predicted to receive a 65 percent average in the required discipline. We currently have opportunities for people to join us in June 2015. If you have already graduated, and want to start your graduate career, apply now.
Training and development
The progression of our people is fundamental to everything we do. This is as true for students who join us on the Accenture Technology Internship as for our graduates and full-time employees. Your starting point will be our formal induction programme. It’s a way to welcome you into the Delivery Centre that has been designed not only to give you an overview of our work, the processes, tools and packages we use, but also to introduce you to your potential future colleagues.
After your training programme, it’s on to your first assignment. This is the opportunity to put what you learnt in the classroom into practice and supplement that formal training with on the-job skills building that will help you keep pace with changing technologies.
What do I need in order to apply?
- Updated copy of your CV
- Latest academic record
- Certified copy of South African ID
- National Diploma or BTech in IT or Financial Information Systems
- Minimum 65% aggregate
- Programming as a subject is mandatory for all
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Please also note that Accenture is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of society and does not discriminate on grounds of race, religion or belief, ethnic or national origin, disability, age, citizenship, marital, domestic or civil partnership status, sexual orientation, or gender identity.