CAPGEMINI STAFF CONSULTANT ROLE
Who are we?
• We are global. With more than 200,000 people, Capgemini is present in over 40 countries.
• We are results oriented. A global leader in consulting, technology and professional services, The Group reported 2018 global revenues of EUR 13.2 billion.
• We are committed to delivery. Together with its clients, Capgemini creates and delivers business and technology solutions that fit their needs and drive the results they want. Capgemini has developed its own way of working, the Collaborative Business Experience™, and draws on Rightshore®, its worldwide delivery model.
• We invest in our people. Capgemini helps each new consultant hit the ground running with a robust training program. Throughout your career, we offer structured programs and on-the-job training to provide you with the technology and professional skills to help you be a successful consultant and support your professional development.
• We live our core values. Capgemini provides a collaborative environment that embodies and holds the following stated values close to heart: Honesty, Boldness, Trust, Freedom, Team Spirit, Modesty, and Fun.
What can you expect in a career with Capgemini?
• Growth: Throughout your experience at Capgemini you will have multiple opportunities for growth both personally and professionally. During your first year, you will be a part of the Capgemini365 program. This first year experience program is designed for you to have mentorship and guidance while you are kick-starting your career at Capgemini. Within North America we have a Learning & Developmnet Team, multiple Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) and Talent Development Team that will help assist you throughout your career.
• Collaboration: Capgemini prides itselt on be a collaborative organization. Majority of our projects are team-centric. You will work alongside technical, functional and industry specialists to assist with the development, implementation, integration and management of innovative solutions using a variety of methods, techniques and tools.
• Exposure: Capgemini has a footprint in a variety of industries including Telecommunications, Media and Television, Consumer Products, Retail and Distribution, Energy, Utilities and Chemicals, Manufacturing, Automotive, Life-sciences and Services. As a consultant you will have the opportunity to gain exposure across indsutries.
• Guidance: Your network at Capgemini begins the day you apply to the organization. You will be introduced to a variety of key stakeholders throughout your onboarding experience. These individuals will guide you throughout your career.
• Community: While Capgemini is a global company, we create communities whether that is virtual, in the office or at a client site. When you join, you are introduced to your first Capgemini community through the two week onboarding program.
Who are we looking for?
The ideal Capgemini consultant possesses the following qualities:
• Interest in working with technology to design, quality check and manage various solutions and advancements for our clients
• Excellent communication skills
• Eager and desire to learn new things in a rapid-fast paced environment
• Analytical and prolem solver
• Desire to work in a culturally diverse, team-based environment
• Overall resilient, flexible, and enthusiastic personality
What will be my first role?
Our informal motto is “it depends”. In client serving roles, we are rapidly evolving to cater to the current market. Sometimes we may ask you to be flexible in taking on a new role. Below is a brief description of the role(s) you may fill:
Business Analysts enable the transformation and performance improvement of an enterprise or its parts, with respect to people, process and technology, by providing relevant capabilities, assets (human and non-human), processes and tools. Business Analysts structure, analyze and visualize an enterprise’s current state. They design and visualize the future state. They also design and guide the change process from current to future state. Developing industry knowledge is extremely important for all Business Analysts. Functional analysts can specialize in Business fundamentals, Enterprise Resource Process software, Application Management or Custom Software Development.
Programmer / Developer:
Programmers and developers are responsible for programming and developing software using various programming languages and related tools and frameworks, reviewing code, programming per the requirement, fixing bugs and quality assurance. In gaining experience as a programmer, they become responsible for interpreting architecture and design, code reviews, monitoring, guiding and monitoring programmers, ensuring adherence to programming and documenting policies, software development, testing and release.
Project Management Office (PMO) Analyst:
PMO Analysts are a group with a business that defines and maintains standards for project management within the organization or project. They are responsible for initiating, planning, executing and closing projects. It is aimed at ensuring standardization, reducing duplication and leveraging resources such as people technology and communication.
Testing Analysts are responsible for identifying and defining the required tests, monitoring the test coverage and evaluating the overall quality of the software. This role is responsible for reliability, quality and performance of the softwar through software quality assurance. This includes opportunities in through manual, automated and performance testing.