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At Capgemini, we help the world's leading brands use the best of new tech to transform the way they do business. As a global leader in consulting, technology services, and digital transformation, Capgemini is at the forefront of innovation to address the entire breadth of clients' opportunities in the evolving world of cloud, digital and platforms.

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JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Adelaide

SALARY

$66,000-$71,000

VACANCIES

100

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JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Canberra

SALARY

$66,000-$71,000

VACANCIES

100

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JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Hobart

SALARY

$66,000-$71,000

VACANCIES

100

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JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Melbourne

SALARY

$66,000-$71,000

VACANCIES

100

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JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Sydney

SALARY

$66,000-$71,000

VACANCIES

100

Past Capgemini Graduate Hiring Statistics

If you’re interested in working at Capgemini, understanding when they have opened up applications for their graduate programs, graduate jobs and internships is helpful knowledge to have so you know when you might need to apply. Use the below information to see when Capgemini hires graduates, but more importantly what graduate degree’s and other student attributes they target for their jobs.


Months

Oct 20Nov 20Dec 20Jan 21Feb 21Mar 21Apr 21May 21Jun 21Jul 21Aug 21Sep 21024680 job0 job0 job0 job0 job1 job4 jobs0 job5 jobs0 job5 jobs0 job
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Job types

  • Graduate Jobs (100%),

Disciplines

  • Administration (33%),

  • Banking and Finance (33%),

  • Business and Commerce (47%),

  • Computer Science (100%),

  • Consulting (53%),

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Locations

  • Adelaide (33%),

  • Melbourne (33%),

  • Sydney (33%),

  • Canberra (27%),

  • Hobart (13%),

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Work rights

  • Australian Citizen (100%),

  • Australian Permanent Resident (93%),

  • New Zealand Citizen (67%),

  • Australian Working Visa (27%),

  • Australian Skilled Migration Visa (485) (27%),

  • Australian Bridging Visa (27%),

  • Australian Student Visa (27%),

Past Capgemini Graduate Programs

Check out some of Capgemini's past jobs they have posted on GradConnection over the last 12 months. Understanding the details about what a graduate employer is looking for well before applications have opened can sometimes be the edge you need to secure your first graduate program.


Capgemini

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JOIN OUR AWARD WINNING GRADUATE PROGRAM TO GET THE FUTURE YOU WANT!

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Adelaide

SALARY

$66,000-$71,000

VACANCIES

100

Capgemini

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JOIN OUR AWARD WINNING GRADUATE PROGRAM TO GET THE FUTURE YOU WANT!

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Canberra

SALARY

$66,000-$71,000

VACANCIES

100

Capgemini

Closed a month ago

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JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Hobart

SALARY

$66,000-$71,000

VACANCIES

100

Capgemini

Closed a month ago

JOIN OUR AWARD WINNING GRADUATE PROGRAM TO GET THE FUTURE YOU WANT!

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Melbourne

SALARY

$66,000-$71,000

VACANCIES

100

Capgemini

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JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Sydney

SALARY

$66,000-$71,000

VACANCIES

100

Capgemini

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COME JOIN OUR AWARD WINNING PROGRAM - OUR FOCUS IS ENSURING EACH GRADUATE THRIVES AT CAPGEMINI!

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Hobart

VACANCIES

100

Capgemini

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COME JOIN OUR AWARD WINNING PROGRAM - OUR FOCUS IS ON EACH INDIVIDUAL WHO JOINS!

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Canberra

VACANCIES

53

SALARY

$66,000-$75,000

POSITION START DATE

Jul 2021 (approx)

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Closed 3 months ago

COME JOIN OUR AWARD WINNING PROGRAM - OUR FOCUS IS ON EACH INDIVIDUAL WHO JOINS!

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Melbourne

VACANCIES

53

SALARY

$66,000-$75,000

POSITION START DATE

Jul 2021 (approx)

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Closed 3 months ago

COME JOIN OUR AWARD WINNING PROGRAM - OUR FOCUS IS ON EACH INDIVIDUAL WHO JOINS!

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Sydney

VACANCIES

53

SALARY

$66,000-$75,000

POSITION START DATE

Jul 2021 (approx)

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Closed 3 months ago

COME JOIN OUR AWARD WINNING PROGRAM - OUR FOCUS IS ON EACH INDIVIDUAL WHO JOINS!

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Adelaide and 1 other locations

VACANCIES

53

SALARY

$66,000-$75,000

POSITION START DATE

Jul 2021 (approx)

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Closed 5 months ago

Come join one of Australia’s leading graduate programs (as ranked by the Australian Association of Graduate Employers) in a company that fosters young talent and sets them up to be leaders of the future.

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Adelaide

Capgemini

Closed 5 months ago

Come join one of Australia’s leading graduate programs (as ranked by the Australian Association of Graduate Employers) in a company that fosters young talent and sets them up to be leaders of the future.

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Melbourne

Capgemini

Closed 5 months ago

Come join one of Australia’s leading graduate programs (as ranked by the Australian Association of Graduate Employers) in a company that fosters young talent and sets them up to be leaders of the future.

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Sydney

Capgemini

Closed 5 months ago

Express your interest to join our award winning 12 month graduate program in 2021 and get the future you want!

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Canberra and 3 other locations

VACANCIES

50

Capgemini

Closed 6 months ago

Express your interest to join our award winning 12 month graduate program in 2021 and get the future you want!

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Canberra and 3 other locations

VACANCIES

50

About Us

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We are over 200,000 people passionate about helping our clients solve their most complex business and technology challenges, and we deliver transformational outcomes, at scale. We are driven by the conviction that the business value of technology comes from and through people.

We live by our motto that "People matter, results count".

At Capgemini, we help the world's leading brands use the best of new tech to transform the way they do business. As a global leader in consulting, technology services, and digital transformation, Capgemini is at the forefront of innovation to address the entire breadth of clients' opportunities in the evolving world of cloud, digital and platforms.

Graduate Program

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In a survey of experience in graduate programs, Capgemini was ranked 35 in the top 75 graduate employers by the Australian Association of Graduate Employers. This was a survey conducted on graduates within programs last year, on what it was like once they were within the program – and we are very proud to know that we are providing our graduates a great experience.

In this highly regarded 12-month program you will get to work on client and internal projects while participating in industry-leading courses on cloud, business consulting, agile foundations, project management, software engineering, architecture, UX design, DevOps, change management, business operating models, big data, strategy and transformation.

From day one, you will be immersed in a fun, friendly and inclusive environment that will provide you with the opportunities to set you up for success. In return for your hard work and fresh insights, we'll provide you with the ability to accelerate your development, along with the support and guidance you are looking for to allow you to take your career in the direction you choose.

Who do we look for?

We're looking for diverse individuals who are open-minded and willing to learn. In return for your hard work and fresh insights, we'll provide you with incredible opportunities that will accelerate your development, along with the support and guidance you need, to allow you to take your career in any direction you choose. Capgemini is more than just a workplace. It is an organisation of opportunity, innovation, collaboration, and it's where you can make lifelong connections.

Why Join Us?

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Passionate people are Capgemini's Ace of spades. We believe that every one of us is an architect of positive futures. We invite you to join us to discover a career that will challenge, support, and inspire you. With a world class Learning and Development program for graduates and all employees, we will set you up for success. In return for your hard work and fresh insights, we'll provide you with incredible opportunities that will accelerate your development, along with the support and guidance you need to allow you to take your career in any direction you choose. Capgemini is more than just a workplace. It is an organisation of opportunity, innovation, collaboration, and it's where you can make lifelong connections.

Other opportunities - Accelerating Graduate Skills

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The question “What is the skillset of tomorrow?” has become crucial. At Capgemini, we have launched an unprecedented training program to enable our employees to keep up with the speed of transformation. For graduates, masterclasses will provide a platform to understand the technology and business thinking of today while providing a springboard for future education.

Fun fact, in 2018 Capgemini employee racked up a total of 8.8 million hours of training. We believe in investing in our people.

Learn about our Learning & Development opportunities 

Application Process

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Employee Profiles

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Phil

Phil Davey

Manager, Cloud Services Sydney

"I love finding ways to solve problems. I ace delivering client value."

Describe your current role at Capgemini.

I began my career at Capgemini three years ago as part of the Graduate program, and currently I’m working as a Manager in the Cloud Services team. My current role is all about working with the various elements of a client’s business (e.g. their people, products, technology, etc.) and identifying opportunities to align those elements to create mutually beneficial outcomes in a way that supports and enables their long term vision and strategy. What this means is I get the chance to be involved with every step of a client’s journey with technology, ranging from sitting with a client to understand how they use technology day-to-day, to building a new framework to enact faster and more cost-effective change, to then helping them turn that framework into a reality.

Explain a day in the life at Capgemini.

Honestly, even though it’s a cliché, the great thing about Capgemini is that every day is different. This means every time I walk into the office I’m faced with new challenges and opportunities to learn and grow. Pretty much the only constant from one day to the next is how much coffee I drink.

What do you love most about your job?

For me it’s getting the chance to work on things that make a tangible impact on a client. Getting the opportunity to see a recommendation or piece of analysis come to life is extremely satisfying, and it makes you feel like you’ve made a tangible impact.

How does Capgemini help support your career growth and aspirations?

By being able to strike the difficult balance between giving you the chance to grow in new, potentially unfamiliar situations, while also providing the support you need to facilitate that growth. At the risk of completely butchering a metaphor, you’ll be thrown in the deep end, but it’s not a sink or swim environment – there’s plenty of guidance, support and coaching to ensure you make the most of any and all roles during your career.

How would you describe the culture at Capgemini?

I find the culture to be amazing, and it’s driven by its people. We have seven core values at Capgemini, and while they’re all instrumental in driving the culture, the one that really resonates with me is ‘Modesty’. Corporate culture is often seen as cold and calculating world, and by placing such value on the spirit of modesty, it really encourages everyone to contribute, regardless of background, age or experience. This creates a very friendly culture both at work and outside of it, and I’ve made some great friends at Capgemini across all levels of the business.

What advice would you give to grads wanting to break into the IT consulting industry?

Consider things holistically. Consulting, particularly IT consulting, is often about small pieces of work with fixed scope. It can be hard sometimes to consider how that fits into the bigger picture – be that within a client’s business or an overall technology strategy. Being able to work on a small piece of the puzzle, and then having the ability to contextualise that into the larger puzzle, is a huge benefit in consulting.


Mary

MARY ENSABELLA

Lead Consultant, People & Organisation

"I love defining a better future. I ace making it happen."

How do you feel in the morning getting up and going to work at Capgemini?

When I get up in the morning, I feel enthusiastic for the challenges to come in the day and curious about what I’ll be able to learn from them.

What do you love about being a lead consultant?

I love the exposure I have to a large range of organizations and their unique challenges through the variety of different projects I’ve worked on. I get a lot out of developing my own expertise and views through these experiences. My colleagues are also great people to be around, work with, and learn from. I also love that I can define where I want my career to go and am encouraged to develop areas of interest.

How does Capgemini empower you to master your skills as a lead consultant?

At Capgemini, support is just around the corner. All you have to do is ask. I enjoy a mixture of learning by doing with support where required and more formal learning. Capgemini has been a great balance of those types of learning for me.

I also really enjoy finding opportunities to improve Capgemini itself and learn from it. For example, I’ve been trusted to redesign the way my team onboards new joiners and am now working on our recruitment strategy. My ideas have been met with great enthusiasm and encouragement by others and I’ve been able to learn while I make a real difference to our organization.

How does Capgemini help support a sense of purpose in your career?

Capgemini has such a broad range of projects and internal initiatives that I believe there’s something for everyone to get involved with that might help give them a sense of purpose. For me, I get a lot out of helping others work better together. I find this is an inherent part of my projects through our collaboration with our colleagues and clients. I also find it through helping new joiners find their feet and mentoring more junior colleagues.

My colleagues find their purpose in so many different areas. Some find purpose in the challenge of learning new technologies, while others might find it in developing client relationships, industry expertise, or a deep understanding of a cutting-edge topic. I’m sure there are many more examples that I’m not even aware of!

How does Capgemini give you the autonomy to make decisions?

We value everyone’s opinions and ideas. Through this, I have the autonomy to share an idea, hear my colleagues’ thoughts about it to refine it, and then make it happen.

What do you love about the way of working at Capgemini?

My colleagues are friendly and supportive and are there for me when I need help.

I’ve, of course, faced challenges. Instead of struggling through them in isolation, I’ve been able to reach out to others for advice and support. The moments when I’ve done this have been opportunities in disguise as they’ve helped me to build the foundations of meaningful relationships, helping me feel a sense of belonging.

How does this all combine for you to have passion for what you do?

I’m driven by improving the experiences that employees have in their jobs and the ways we work together. I’m lucky enough to get a chance to do that every day at Capgemini.

What was your most memorable moment in your Capgemini journey?

Last year I won a competition to go to the Capgemini University in France to attend a leadership course alongside colleagues from around the world! It was such a great opportunity to learn from some amazing instructors and the other attendees.

What are you an Ace at?

I love defining a better future. I ace making it happen.

A Day in the Life

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Kai Richardson

Associate Consultant at Capgemini Australia

5.30 AM
An early alarm for the first day of the week. It’s a Tuesday this week as the Monday is Labour Day in Victoria, but also Canberra Day in ACT. I roll out of bed to finish packing my bag with the last minute things I was too tired to pack last night. 

For a little bit of context, I am working as a Data Engineer on a project-based out of Canberra while I am based out of Melbourne. 

6.15 AM
After a quick shower, I get a text from the taxi driver. He’s arrived to drive me to the airport. I live over an hour away from the airport, so this is a chance to get that little bit of extra sleep before I really have to start thinking. 

7.30 AM
I arrive at the airport and meet some of my colleagues here for breakfast. It’s not long before we have to pack up and board our plane. 

8.30 AM
We’re finally on our way to Canberra. The flight is just over an hour.  

9.30 AM
We have arrived! The office is only 15-20m away from the office, so we hop into an uber and before we know it, we’ve arrived. 

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10.00 AM
We drop our bags down and quickly head into a meeting room to run a quick stand-up meeting to discuss what everyone is doing today, what they did the previous day (Friday), and to see if there are any urgent tasks that need to be done.
Quick check of the emails and we’re on our way. 

10.45 AM
After settling ourselves in for the day, replying to emails and queries, it’s about time for a coffee. The day wouldn’t run smoothly without one. This has become a team tradition for us, which is always a good chance for everyone to get more comfortable with each other, and also a good chance to converse with the client.  A good relationship with a client is very important, especially as a consultant. 

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11.00 AM
Coffee at hand, emails responded to, desk set up, I am now in the zone to crack into some coding. As a data engineer, I am working on building a pipeline for data to move from one place to another and apply some changes. All while considering clients’ needs along the way. Predominantly I am using Python to complete my work, but recently I have begun to utilise Spark for ETL. 

12.45 PM
Lunchtime! My colleagues and I are a close-knit team, and we all head off to the local shops to pick up something tasty. 

1.15 PM
Back from lunch already to prep for a 1.30 pm meeting with some important stakeholders. In this time I’m doing some final adjustments to my slides and settling my nerves.

1.30 PM
Big meeting with the Chief Data Officer of the client. I was proposing my plan for a particular pipeline that will be able to complete a necessary transformation to their data within our cloud environment. 

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2.00 PM
Meeting was a complete success! She had questions here and there, which I had expected to encounter from my preparations, and an overall positive response to the plan. She even asked me, after development was complete, to demonstrate how it works to her team so they can use the same pipeline on their platform for other transformations.
For now, it’s back to my desk to keep plugging away at my code. 

3.00 PM
We have an internal meeting now that will discuss how, as a team, we will plan to approach various situations that we are expecting to arise. 

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4.00 PM
Time for a quick tea, chamomile is my choice, before getting back to development. 

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5.00 PM
People have begun to leave the office, but because of our late start we will be sticking around for a little longer. 

6.00 PM
We’re out of the office now and heading to our accommodation. We quickly check-in and change before heading out for the evening. 

7.30 PM
Getting some dinner with my colleagues from Melbourne. Chicken Katsu Curry for tonight. 

8.00 PM
Last stop before back to the hotel, the all-important Coles trip. Pick up some essentials like milk for breakfast the next day. 

8.20 PM
The first day of the week is always the longest for us. So without too much chit chat, we all head to our rooms and call it a night. 

8.30 PM
Settled in for the night, I chuck on a show on Netflix, make sure my phone is charging and head to bed to be ready for another day in the office tomorrow.

Life as a Grad in Capgemini will be different for everyone. We are all working on a variety of different projects for a variety of different clients. As a consultant, we are constantly on our toes, expecting the unexpected, managing expectations and always learning.


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Megan Parker

Associate Consultant at Capgemini Australia

6.00 AM
I. need. coffee. ASAP.

7.00 AM
The caffeine has kicked in and now it’s time to get moving. I’ve got five minutes before my bus comes – looks like I’ll need to sprint this morning!

8.30 AM
I arrive at the client site and it looks like I’m one of the first ones in. This is usually the case as most of the team makes the most of Capgemini and the clients’ flexible working arrangements.

Time to set up my desk for the day and start making my way through emails I’ve received overnight from the US and UK. 

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9.00 AM
Meeting: US Testing Status.

A phase of the testing process is called User Acceptance Testing (UAT). The testing period usually lasts a week and, for that week, I have a daily call with the testers across all regions to check on the status of their testing.

9.30 AM
Time for coffee number two (and with a view!). 

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9.45 AM 
On the way back to my desk I make sure to take advantage of the cereal and nut bar the client has on offer.  

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10.00 AM 
I’m back at my desk and I need to make my way through some more emails. I see a few emails regarding testing that has passed so I make sure to update my testing tracker with the results. 

11.00 AM 
I respond to most emails however, for the more technical questions I’ll need to seek some help. Fortunately, I have a lot of very friendly Capgemini colleagues on site to assist me.

12.00 PM
Time for a breather. I’ll take a moment to have a chat with my fellow graduates. Sometimes I like to use this time to take a stroll outside or work on tasks such as the Capgemini social innovators graduate challenge; assist with any internal event planning; or, study for certifications. 

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1.30 PM
Meeting: Australia and Asia Testing Status.

This tends to be the largest meeting of the day so I’ve brought along my manager who jumps in whenever there’s something I’m unsure of.

2.30 PM 
Meeting: Overall Testing Status.

This meeting is with the client’s release manager who wants an update on how testing is tracking across all regions.

3.00 PM
Time to grab some fresh air... But wait! It’s International Women’s Day today and to celebrate the client has organised free ice-cream for everyone! 

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4.00 PM
I’ll spend a bit of time with my manager to talk through any questions I still have outstanding. 

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5.30 PM
Time to pack up and head to the gym. Today I have booked a circuit class so I know I’ve got a hard workout coming my way. 

7.00 PM
I just arrived back home and there doesn’t seem to be any food in the fridge.  Hmm I think a burrito delivered to my door will have to be on the agenda this evening courtesy of UberEats.

8.00 PM
Meeting: UK Testing Status. 

8.30 PM
Phew, all done for the day. Time to put my feet up, switch on the TV and relax.

9.30 PM
I still need to finish chores because unfortunately, my apartment doesn’t seem to clean itself. 

10.00 PM
Wow, what a day. Time to get some sleep so I can do it all again tomorrow.


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Riley Devereaux

Customer Engagement Consultant at Capgemini Australia

7.20 AM
Wake up. 7:20’s only my first alarm, intervals are set-up in 10-minute cycles, so I’ll have at least 10 minutes in nirvana rest mode. 

7.50 AM
Cycle. Packed, ready to go, the beauty of my client site is their tenancy agreement, as contractors we’ve got access to Showers, Bike racks and even Towels. Personally, a fresh towel makes me feel like a Persian prince. It’s a 6km cycle in, so nothing to hard, it’s easier in Summer but comes winter I’ll invest in gloves. 

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8.30 AM
Shower and Prepare. Right, you can see the towels, clean or dirty. Personally, I use clean, but each to their own. 

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9.30 AM
Daily Stand-up. Our team is co-located across 4 states of Australia, with the primary team embedded on client site in Adelaide. Akin to all stand ups – share with the team what I did yesterday, what I’m doing today and any foreseeing blockers. In practice:

  • Yesterday I had our Sprint Review, Sprint Planning and worked developed code for a technical piece.
  • Today I’ll be developing a stakeholder plan, working with the team for review
  • No foreseeable blockers 

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12.32 PM
Okonomiyaki Thursday. What’s set-out to be a fine tradition. The best, young and brightest consultants are forging a tradition to have Okonomiyaki at out ‘local’ Japanese infused Café. Needless, to say it’s brilliant, Joe (generic chef name) never ceases to disappoint. 

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3.00 PM
Skype Call with the Project Manager. Reviewal of Stakeholder management plan, what I’ve done as far is on track. The PM’s request me to iterate the document to include best practice for specific circumstances in the expectation of a growing resourced project. Currently I’ve been building the plan on PowerPoint, time to update the creativity, and perhaps reach out to some higher-level change managers for advice in Change Management consulting.  

5.30 PM
Home time / Cycle. Great way to end the day, it’s sunny out: we’ll push on a harder gear!

9.30 PM
Live music. Adelaide’s well renowned for the annual Fringe Festival and tonight I’ll be making use of the great art available. Theirs a Rock band from Melbourne whose been cherry picked on the Coachella 2020 line-up. Tonight, I’m lucky enough to see them before their heads get to big. 

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12.00 AM
Fall asleep. Lights out. Daily Stand-ups starts in just over 9 hours, I’m ready to do it all again.


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Shannon D’Souza

5.30 AM
Alarm goes off, signalling the start of at least 10 minutes of me questioning why I’m awake at this ungodly hour. Eventually I’ll rush out the door, for my gym class.

6.00 - 6.30 AM
Be completely shown up by a 73 year-old woman, in my Hard Core class. After a quick chat about how her grandkids are, I’ll head straight home. I use the drive to start running through my daily to-do list & goals, for work.

7.00 - 8.30 AM
Squeeze in extra cardio by running around to pack my lunch, and get ready to leave for work.

8.30 - 9.00 AM
Drive straight to client site; partially wondering how some people attained their drivers license, and partially paying attention to my mother, on the phone.

9.00 AM
Start my day by checking for urgent emails, and any planned meetings. Once the team has arrived & settled in, we head across to the main building for our morning coffee fix. This also means the day always starts with a good laugh, and some fresh air.

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9.30 AM
If there’s no urgent updates for the client, I continue building the KPI Analysis tool that I’ve been working on. This involves manually double checking the data quality, and using client resources to build visual reports for Regional Analysts.

10.30 AM 
When required, I’ll touch base with key team members, to confirm how the data should be flowing through; from the source systems to our database, and then into my reports. Working with the Support team, we go through some random KPIs to make sure calculations have been automated properly. This goes back and forth for a while, as we all review the data and iterate the calculations, but we can breathe a sigh of relief once we confirm it’s all working smoothly!

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12.00 PM
The team share a look of hunger, and we head across to the main building for lunch. As an avid meal prepper, I usually bring my lunch in, but the client’s cafeteria provides plenty of options when I forget. Even if I’ve brought my lunch, I cannot resist the freshly prepared, build-your-own Poke Bowl bar! Lunchtime is the ultimate breaktime for the team; very rarely do we discuss work, instead preferring to contemplate questions like “What item would you want unlimited access to for life (can’t be money)?”, and “How viable would it be to send the Earth’s rubbish, to the sun?”. This usually results in many exasperated looks from our manager, but he does also provide answers. 

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1.00 PM
I head back to my desk, to make sure I’m prepared for my afternoon meetings. I’ll be presenting my tool to some of the Regional Analysts, so I start by going over my previous meeting notes, and making sure I’ve addressed their earlier concerns. I’ll make some final changes to the dashboards/reports, and make sure the data is refreshed.

2.00 PM
I run through the updates with the Regional Analysts via Skype; they’re happy with the progress I’ve made, but they’re keen to get their own hands on the tool. As one of our priorities is user experience, I spend time going through how it could best make their lives easier. After that, I’ll demonstrate some basic functions, and get their feedback, for the next iteration. The objective is for us to workshop over the next month, so we plan our next meeting, and confirm action points.

3.00 PM
I sit down with the client’s manager, who oversees our project team and engagement, to an update, from my earlier meeting, and ensure that we’re all still aligned. He’ll often share valuable strategic insight, and we’ll plan the next steps to make sure we stay on track for a smooth delivery.

3.30 PM
I take a break with some teammates; if it’s sunny enough, we’ll walk to a café down the street for an afternoon coffee. It’s another good chance for us to unwind a bit, and I’ll also use this opportunity to update my Manager on how my work is progressing. 

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4.00 PM
I tend to wrap up the day, by reviewing my to-do list & updating it for the next day. After double-checking my Capgemini email, I realise I’ve got an article due for our GradCapture Newsletter. Popping in my headphones, I’ll smash the article out and send it through for review. If I can, I’ll also spend some time working through technical training. As I don’t have a background in I.T. or Data Science, one of the most exciting things about working for Capgemini has been the abundance of available resources for upskilling. My manager has also been very helpful, in guiding me towards interesting certifications that will be most useful to our clients.

5.30 PM
I’ll leave client site and head over to the weekly, netball game that a group of graduates have signed up for! We’ll grab a light dinner beforehand, and have a chat about how our different projects are going; it gives us an opportunity to learn from each other’s experiences. 

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6.30 PM
I’d like to say the game is usually relaxed, but some of us do get a bit competitive. Overall, though, we generally have a good laugh together, and it’s a great way to start the week!

7.30 PM
I’ll head home, dropping off a couple graduates along the way. I’m already looking forward to unwinding!

8.30 PM
After a quick shower & catch up with my housemate, I’ll grab a snack and settle in with some Netflix.

10.00 PM
Two episodes of Peaky Blinders’ later, I’m ready to crash. I double check my alarm is set for the next day, and waste 30 minutes on Facebook before finally dozing off.


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Tavishi Kweera

Associate Consultant at Capgemini Australia

7.00 AM
My alarm goes off and after 5 minutes contemplating that should I sleep for 5 more minutes or I should get up and do some exercise, I end up waking up after 10 minutes. I get ready, pack my lunch, but it depends on if I have made something last night or if I have done meal preps then I leave home listening to podcast to work. 

8.30 AM
I try to reach office early so, that I can find a nice spot to sit with a view. I set up my workstation and go to the kitchen to make my morning tea or to get a piece of fruit. I usually find my colleagues in the kitchen, we greet and chat about how’s everyone doing, different things happening in office and around the world and it’s the best place to have a break in the middle of a hectic schedule as it lets you relax for a bit by talking to your peers. 

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9.00 AM
I check my emails and calendar meetings while sipping my morning tea and making my to-do list for the day. I usually have a stand-up call with my manager at 09:30 AM, it is either face to face or a skype call depends upon my manager’s availability. We discuss what I did yesterday and what I am doing today and if there are any blockers. After that, I start my work depending upon the tasks which are at priority as I am customizing a form in an app and working on approvals using Microsoft Technologies on a specific business requirement so, my day tends to go fast.  

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11.30 AM
I am mapping the business flow of the requirements and writing user stories of the business processes in order to understand what needs to be delivered and how it needs to be delivered. Also, I am customizing the SharePoint forms using Microsoft technologies in order to make the forms easier to control and user- friendly, I get my hands dirty on PowerApps and SharePoint.

12.00 PM
Its lunch time one of my favorite time of the day, usually on Fridays most of us grads go for a lunch together depending on what everyone feels like having. It’s a great way to communicate and bond outside work with your mates. So, I have only one coffee a day, I get excited about my coffee after lunch and then we go back to the office. Lunch looked like this today, yum.  

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2.00 PM 
Back to my desk, start my work from where I left before heading out for lunch. I have to study and research on the new technologies to be able to understand how to make a form performs the correct functions. I have meeting with stakeholders discussing the gaps which we found in our requirements gathering sessions. 

3.30 PM
I discuss with my colleagues if I have any issues performing my tasks and everyone is happy to help. I have few other meetings for internal initiatives as [email protected] and Grads Doing Good where we discuss and brainstorm about the ideas for our next events. Grads Doing Good is an initiative where we aim on how can our grad community help give back to the society so, we have organised initiatives as donations for bushfire relief, donations of professional clothes and accessories to help out young people wanting to start a career and donations of a handbag full of basic amenities for a women and a girl.

5.00 PM 
It’s time to head to a bar as it’s Friday, the best feeling ever. All the grads are grabbing a drink together after a long week. As they say you work hard and party harder.

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Social Responsibility

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Our Values and Social Responsibility

We are architects of positive futures

As a leader in digital transformation, we are also a responsible company working to ensure that technology and innovation drive sustainable and social development. We have strengthened this commitment to our employees, clients, and partners by leveraging three fundamental pillars: Diversity, Digital Inclusion, and Environmental Sustainability.

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Our Values & Ethics

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Since our foundation in 1967, Capgemini has maintained an ethical and respectful working environment, by promoting and upholding our seven fundamental values. Moreover, Capgemini subscribes to the principles of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the conventions of the International Labor Organsation and the United National Global Compact.

We have been leading an ethical future for over 50 years!

Learn why our values truly make a difference.

Grads Doing Good

Having a corporate career doesn’t mean you can’t do good for the community – quite the opposite! Get involved in the Grads Doing Good function of the Graduate Program to drive social change and improvement projects. Your contribution and leadership skills will be recognised as part of your growth.

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Working at Capgemini you'll find the rewards are more than just financial. Not only will you work alongside inspiring colleagues with a world of experience, but you'll also have access to great benefits including the ability to purchase additional leave to fit in travel and life, salary continuance insurance, paid parental leave, education assistance, salary packaging, as well as discounts on entertainment, financial and wellbeing services, travel, and shopping.

Diversity & Inclusion

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Diversity and inclusion, an enabler for positive futures

Our values allow us to overcome biases and enable equality.

Women’s empowerment and their inclusion in the economy has a positive impact on growth, health and progress of our societies.

Gender diversity and equality are also essential for a high-performing organization, and we have reinforced our aim on attracting, advancing and retaining women, while committing to ambitious targets to accelerate gender equality and bring about positive change.

We commit to build a more inclusive and equitable workplace where all our employees can be their authentic selves and do their best work, and where people of all backgrounds can thrive.

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For more than 10 years Capgemini’s Employee Resource Group, OUTfront, passionately and actively advocates for diversity initiatives within the LGBTQIA+ community. The initiatives are designed to develop an internal culture of LGBTQIA+ inclusion and awareness through educational content in support of an open-minded working environment.

OUTfront’s mission is to support Capgemini team members by fostering a supportive, inclusive and understanding environment for LGBTQ+ and their allies, and to provide relevant information and coordinate activities which, raise awareness of issues facing the LGBTQ+ community at work.

What do we do?

  • Celebrate LGBTQ+ days of significance
  • Ongoing learning and leadership programs
  • Supporting our International Assignment Services
  • Building a community of visible Allies
  • Participating in local and global events
  • Connecting with other ERGs to create a supportive network for everyone

We are inspired to create a culture where everyone has the boldness to bring their authentic self to work. Join today!

See why equality matters over at OUTfront page.

Gender Equality

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At Capgemini, inclusion is at the heart of who we are. We aim to create an environment where individuals who identify as trans and gender diverse feel supported, included and have the opportunity to succeed.

Capgemini and OUTfront recognise that for gender diverse individuals the recruitment process can be full of unique challenges and complexities. If you are considering working at Capgemini and this is a concern for you reach out to our OUTfront member Wayne Marshall [email protected]

Women at Capgemini

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[email protected] aims to engage and empower the women, men and gender diverse people of Capgemini Australia and New Zealand. Our mission is to recruit, retain and develop female management and leadership which in turn is proven to improve company profitability, creativity and decision making. See why Capgemini is a place to start your career: Visit our [email protected] page

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders

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Our Indigenous Employee Resource Group

Our Indigenous ERG, is our Employee Resource Group focused on creating a positive, inclusive and equitable shared future with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

As a company we are responsible for the impact we have on the Traditional owners of the land on which we work and have the power to walk alongside Indigenous peoples in the path to reconciliation.

Our Mission:

We are a passionate group of people who are committed to raising awareness, embracing culture and listening to Indigenous voices to make better, informed decisions.

What we do:

We are working towards our reconciliation action plan for Capgemini Australia

We provide awareness and education session to help our people understand the significance and importance of the RAP and the impact they themselves have every day.

We celebrate NAIDOC and Reconciliation week, championing the voices of Indigenous peoples as we all continue our Journey to understanding and well as reconciliation.

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