Accenture Technology Analyst Position

Accenture is looking for Engineering students for their Technology Analyst position!

For more information check out their posting on gateway here.
Students can look forward to:

• Developing innovative answers to complex business and IT challenges
• Focusing on technical architecture, delivery excellence, and specialist technology areas
• Building a common set of technology capabilities, across assessment, planning, design and implementation
• Modernizing and driving costs from complex multi-national IT infrastructures
• Helping clients design next generation IT architectures including serverless and micro services implementations to meet their ever changing business needs
• Identifying client’s vulnerabilities and designing protection systems to safeguard their intellectual property
• Growing deep skills from a broad technology portfolio, i.e.: SAP, Oracle, SOA, Mobility, Open Source, Private cloud (VMWare, Openstack), Public cloud (AWS, Azure, Google) or technology architecture
• Analyzing/documenting current processes and technologies, contributing through to the delivery/ integration of new solutions
• Designing and testing new technology approaches to address evolving business processes and capabilities
• Working to deliver solutions via an agile delivery methodology and using DevOps to bring the solutions to life quickly for our clients
• Using existing and newly developed programming skills to build portions of client applications.

 

Applications are due by March 6!

M. Lilian Barajas

Author M. Lilian Barajas

Lilian Barajas, assistant director of the Viterbi Career Connections office, is responsible for advising students, managing student communication including social media, the lead for large scale events such as the Career Fair and Career Conference, and connects Viterbi student organizations with employers. She has worked at Viterbi since 2007, first as a graduate assistant and now as the assistant director. Prior to working at USC, Lilian spent a number of years teaching. Lilian received a bachelor’s degree in family and consumer sciences from California State University, Long Beach, and a master’s degree in Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs (PASA) from the Rossier School of Education at USC. She is also a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and the Mountain Pacific Association of Colleges and Employers (MPACE).

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