Fujitsu is one of the top five information and communication technology providers in the world, with over 5 decades of experience delivering technology solutions to customers around the globe. They are a global information and communication technology (ICT) company, offering a full range of technology products, solutions and services. Fujitsu has a long-standing affiliation with the British Armed Forces that spans decades. Their extensive experience working within Defence and National Security, has enabled them to recognise the significant contribution that veterans and reserve personnel bring to the commercial sector. For many years, they have helped Service Leavers to transition from military to civilian life, and have provided the opportunity for veterans to develop rewarding careers within their organisation. Their role in helping ex-military personnel to work within the commercial sector, is recognised by the UK MOD. They are exceptionally proud to say that they are Gold Award winners in the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS), which was created to encourage UK employers to support Defence and inspire other businesses to do the same. Service Leavers are exactly the type of talented people that they require at Fujitsu to join their organisation. They want to help ex-military personnel develop their careers, and build upon the knowledge they have gained from their time spent serving in the Armed Forces. Military experience of ICT makes Service Leavers a great match for Fujitsu, and they are currently recruiting for Defence business roles in areas such as; Desktop Support, Project/Programme Management, Integration, Architecture and Testing. All their positions require either DV or SC (role dependent).Working closely with Career Transition Partnership (CTP) and CTP Assist, they:
- widely promote their vacancies to the Service leaver community
- facilitate a recruitment process that recognises Armed Forces skills and qualifications
- create a strong pipeline of opportunity and talent that benefits both veterans and their organisation
They have formally introduced a wide number of policies to better support veterans and their families, including the Enhanced Learning Credits Administration Scheme (ELCAS). The scheme is designed to assist service personnel with training that will enhance their current or future career prospects. Eligible employees are entitled to a number of benefits, including being able to obtain leave for one ELC claim per academic year for up to three consecutive years.