We are back with our second ask the recruiter blog post.
ICT Young Professional
We will be the strongest and most trusted postal operator.
We will leverage our core competenties and develop new capabilities in order to achieve sustainable and profitable growth in a changing world.
We will make the difference for our customers and the society thanks to our passionate people.
Bpost is a hotspot for ICT large-impact projects. That means it's a source of lots of challenging ICT jobs.
bpost offers the opportunity to ICT Young Professionals to discover their strengths and develop their skills within various ICT departments. An intensive personalized training program will ensure your personal development. Furthermore, a team of coaches will guide you every step of the way to make sure you become the best project manager, expert or line manager you can be.
Based on your strengths and skills, you will be assigned several projects within various ICT related domains.
You will work closely with other Young Professionals as a team on a overarching large scaled assignment.
On top of that, you will get down to a challenging business case.
You will take firm responsibility for your own career and work hard on your development. You can rely on direct support from our senior management.
You have a Master degree in Computer Science and maximum two years' experience. So young graduates are also welcome.
This is a job for entrepreneurial professionals. You will be able to show you've been working hard outside of class. A holiday job or study abroad: we'd really like to hear your story.
You are a good communicator, you get things done and you are analytical.
You have an excellent command of Dutch, French and English.
At bpost, you will encounter challenging projects within various ICT related areas, inspiring partnerships and state-of-the-art technology.
You will have access to a huge internal job market and numerous training opportunities.
You will become the specialist within your domain, because we invest fully in your technical and general skills.
A competitive salary and plenty of fringe benefits complete the picture.
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