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Fujitsu is one the world’s largest Information and Communications Technology (ICT) companies, with approximately 156,000 employees in more than 100 locations, serving 10 million customers globally. We use our experience and the power of ICT to shape the future of society with our customers.


Our applications typically open from March to July. Check out our website for the application process.


2021 Fujitsu Technical Sales Graduate

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Computer Science, Engineering Mechatronics,

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Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

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Past Fujitsu Graduate Hiring Statistics

If you’re interested in working at Fujitsu, 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 Fujitsu hires graduates, but more importantly what graduate degree’s and other student attributes they target for their jobs.


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  • Graduate Jobs (100%),

Disciplines

  • Accounting (6%),

  • Arts and Humanities (28%),

  • Business and Commerce (56%),

  • Communications (9%),

  • Computer Science (50%),

  • ...show more

Locations

  • Sydney (50%),

  • Melbourne (22%),

  • Canberra (13%),

  • Brisbane (9%),

  • Perth (3%),

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Work rights

  • Australian Citizen (100%),

  • Australian Permanent Resident (100%),

  • New Zealand Citizen (3%),

Past Fujitsu Graduate Programs

Check out some of Fujitsu'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.


Architecture Graduate Program – Brisbane

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Computer Science, Engineering Software,

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Locations:

Brisbane

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

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Architecture Graduate Program – Melbourne

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Computer Science, Engineering Software,

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Locations:

Melbourne

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

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Architecture Graduate Program – Sydney

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Computer Science, Engineering Software,

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Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

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Architecture Graduate Program – Wellington

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Computer Science, Engineering Software,

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Locations:

Wellington (New Zealand)

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

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Cyber Security Graduate Program – Brisbane

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Computer Science, Engineering Software,

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Locations:

Brisbane

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

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Cyber Security Graduate Program – Canberra

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Computer Science, Engineering Software,

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Locations:

Canberra

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, New Zealand

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Cyber Security Graduate Program – Melbourne

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Computer Science, Engineering Software,

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Locations:

Melbourne

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

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Cyber Security Graduate Program – Sydney

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Computer Science, Engineering Software,

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Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

Data & Applications Graduate Program – Melbourne

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Computer Science, Engineering Software,

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Locations:

Melbourne

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

Supply Chain Graduate Program – Sydney

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Accounting, Business and Commerce,

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Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

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Human Resources Graduate Program – Melbourne

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Arts and Humanities, Business

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Locations:

Melbourne

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

HR Delivery & Talent Acquisition Graduate Program – Sydney

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Arts and Humanities, Business

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Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

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User Interface & Experience Design Graduate Program – Sydney

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Computer Science, Design and

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Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

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Portfolios Graduate Program – Melbourne

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Arts and Humanities, Business

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Locations:

Melbourne

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

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Portfolios Graduate Program – Sydney

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Arts and Humanities, Business

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Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

Project Coordinator Graduate Program – Canberra

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Business and Commerce, Computer

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Locations:

Canberra

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

Project Coordinator Graduate Program – Sydney

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Business and Commerce, Computer

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Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

Technical Sales Graduate Program – Sydney

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Arts and Humanities, Business

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Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

Client Services Graduate Program – Brisbane

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Business and Commerce, Information

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Locations:

Brisbane

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

Client Services Graduate Program – Canberra

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Business and Commerce, Information

...

Locations:

Canberra

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

Client Services Graduate Program – Melbourne

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Business and Commerce, Information

...

Locations:

Melbourne

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

Client Services Graduate Program – Sydney

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Business and Commerce, Information

...

Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

IT Operational Support Graduate Program – Melbourne

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Computer Science, Engineering Software,

...

Locations:

Melbourne

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

IT Operational Support Graduate Program – Sydney

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Computer Science, Engineering Software,

...

Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

Technical Services Graduate Program – Sydney

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Computer Science, Defence, Engineering

...

Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

Finance Graduate Program – Sydney

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Accounting, Business and Commerce

Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

Sales Graduate Program – Sydney

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Arts and Humanities, Business

...

Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

IT Security Graduate Program – Sydney

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Computer Science, Engineering Software,

...

Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

Strategy & Market Intelligence Graduate Program – Canberra

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Arts and Humanities, Business

...

Locations:

Canberra

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

Strategy & Market Intelligence Graduate Program – Sydney

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Arts and Humanities, Business

...

Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

Digital Consulting Graduate Program – Perth

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Business and Commerce, Information

...

Locations:

Perth

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

Marketing Events Graduate Program – Sydney

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Arts and Humanities, Business

...

Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

...

About Us

Fujitsu


Who are we?

Fujitsu is one the world’s largest Information and Communications Technology (ICT) companies, with approximately 156,000 employees in more than 100 locations, serving 10 million customers globally. We use our experience and the power of ICT to shape the future of society with our customers.

We offer a full range of technology products, solutions and services and believe that ICT plays an important role in helping solve increasingly interconnected social issues such as climate change, urbanisation and widening inequalities, as well as issues in the digital world like cybersecurity and the coexistence of people and AI.

Our vision:

Through our constant pursuit of innovation, the Fujitsu group aims to contribute to the creation of a networked society that is rewarding and secure, bringing about a prosperous future that fulfils the dreams of people throughout the world.

Our values:

We embrace diversity and inclusion strategies, and our culture is underpinned by our ‘Oceania 7’ Values:

  • Accountability
  • Focus on the Customer
  • Learning
  • Purposeful
  • Respect
  • Simplicity
  • Trust

The Oceania 7 shape the way we behave towards each other and our customers. From consulting, designing and building, to operating and supporting business solutions, we believe in partnering with our customers every step of the way.

Did You Know?

  • Fujitsu is the world's 7th largest IT services provider and No.1 in Japan.
  • Fujitsu is among the World’s top 10 providers of servers.
  • Fujitsu is named to FORTUNE Magazine’s 2019 list of “World’s Most Admired Companies” as part of the IT Services industry with high evaluations in categories including Global Competitiveness and Innovation.
  • Fujitsu has been chosen for inclusion in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI World), the world's leading Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) index for 19th time.

Source: Gartner, Market Share: IT Services, 2018, Dean Blackmore, Cathy Tornbohm et al., 8 April 2019 (IT service Vendor Revenue base)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Our Graduate Program

Fujitsu


What are we looking for?

We are looking for digitally savvy and enthusiastic individuals who want to be part of a valued Graduate community that has the power to make a difference. More than just technical skills and having all the answers up front, we value a willingness to learn and the initiative to lead ideas forward. We’re constantly innovating to meet the challenges of tomorrow – and the key to success are our people.

Learning & Development

The Fujitsu Graduate Program runs for 12 months and Graduates are hired into streams – Service Delivery, Sales & Customer Service Management, Portfolio & Alliances, Corporate Functions, and Strategy & Management. Explore our website to read about each stream. We have roles in a number of locations across Australia and New Zealand. Locations vary depending on demand and at times you may have the opportunity to travel between Fujitsu locations and client sites.

Throughout the Program, you will undertake business specific training, tailored cohort training modules and short-term assignment opportunities. The blended learning model integrates onsite sessions, virtual modules, project based learning and self-paced learning. These courses are focused on developing you both personally and professionally, and will aid your understanding of the wider business. They are also the perfect opportunity to network with Graduates in your cohort!

Program Modules:

Program Kick-Off

An introduction to our company, strategy, values and operating model. You will gain an understanding of role, expectations and how you will fit into Fujitsu. It is a great opportunity to meet your Graduate cohort face-to-face!

90 Day Skills Academy

Across these 90 days you will build your confidence in basic business etiquette and human skills such as communication and presentation through virtual self-paced learning.

Graduate Strengths

You will gain an insight into our Gallup Strengths model - learning about your unique talent DNA, owning your Top 5 Strengths, identifying blind spots and understanding how to maximise what you’re good at.

Fujitsu Fundamentals

Understanding Fujitsu’s strategy, goals, key customers and competitors. You will work virtually across locations in project groups and interact with experts across the business.

Agile Training & Business Pitch

You will apply agile training to work on a real life business challenge, work virtually across locations in project groups and pitch back to challenge owners and peers.

Future Focus & Personal Impact

Prior to Graduating it’s time to review your career goals, core work values and personal development plan. This is a self-paced assignment where you will identify a business challenge to research based on your current team and future role.

Graduation Send-Off

At the end of your Graduate journey it’s time to reflect on your learnings over the course of the Program, celebrate the achievements of your cohort and present your final self-paced assignment.

Katja “Learning at Fujitsu comes from all different avenues. You are able to gain hands on experience by visiting customer sites and working on projects as well as online and in person training, which allows you to develop professionally and personally. During my time here, I’ve had many opportunities and training events offered to me which has helped me grow in the workplace.”

Katja Feary, Sales & Marketing Associate, Wellington - 2018 Graduate

Keeran“Being a Graduate at Fujitsu has equipped me with a fantastic foundation to launch my career in the industry. It has provided me with the professional and interpersonal skills to further develop my business aptitude, so that I can ensure I reach my full potential. Even though I’m a Graduate, my managers trust me with work, and leave me responsible with the outcome. As a young professional it’s incredibly refreshing to be in such an encouraging environment to learn and develop.”

Keeran Sritharan, 2019 Customer Services Graduate – Canberra

Graduate Community

Our Graduate community is tight-knit, social and friendly. At the start of the Program you will be assigned a buddy from our Graduate Alumni Community to provide additional support and act as a sounding board for any questions. There are also a number of social clubs, initiatives and activities formed by employees that can assist you in strengthening and expanding your professional network.

Learn more about our Graduate Program here - https://www.fujitsu.com/au/about/local/career/graduates/

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Our Graduates

Fujitsu


Read about what our Graduate Alumni have to say about the Graduate Program

 Emily

Emily Pulbrook

Hear from Emily Pulbrook who recently went to Japan for a 2 week training course. Emily started at Fujitsu in 2018 as a Sales Graduate and has been promoted into a Sales Associate role.

Was the program rewarding in terms of developing your career?

The Fujitsu Graduate program has helped me greatly in developing my career and also personally in term of my own confidence in my abilities to perform and learn. The Graduate program was challenging and often encouraged you to do tasks that you didn’t think you were ready for yet. At the time it is very daunting but if you persevere, work hard and have a good supportive team behind you then you can achieve whatever is put in front of you. The saying ‘you need to get comfortable being uncomfortable’ is very true when trying to develop and grow your career.

What were some day to day tasks you owned?

My average day to day tasks included managing the CRM tool for a number of customers, working on tenders, managing bids, attending training sessions with both Fujitsu and partners and sitting in on customer meetings and calls.

What’s the coolest experience you had within Grad Program?

The coolest experience I had within my Graduate Program was being sent to our Head Office in Japan for 2 weeks to attend a regional sales training course with 15 other colleagues from our offices around the globe.

What’s your biggest challenge?

My biggest challenge has been learning to not always instantly say yes to having a task or job done by a specific timeline or date. Where this has become an issue for me in the past is that I have agreed to get something done by a certain time period without really understanding all of the steps needed to complete the task. You can sometimes end up setting yourself to inadvertently fail. That was a lesson I learnt the hard way and the best way to help rectify the situation is to be honest as soon as you realise that it is an unrealistic timeline. That way you and the respective parties can work together to figure out the next step forward as soon as possible.

Any advice?

Starting your career through a Graduate Program I found extremely helpful. The colleagues that you will be working with will know that you are most likely fresh out of university and that this is most likely your first ‘real job.’ Because of this they are happy to take the time to explain how things work and operate both internally and within the industry. So my advice would be to take advantage of the time that you are a ‘Graduate.’ Ask how things work and why and don’t be afraid to ask what you might consider a simple or stupid question.


Reinaldo

Reinaldo Capizzi

Hear from Reinaldo, a member of the Fujitsu Graduate Alumni. Reinaldo is now a Co Creation Analyst, supporting clients with their innovation agenda.

Was the program rewarding in terms of developing your career?

Yes. I think that the Graduate Program gave me opportunities that I wouldn’t see in your typical role. It allowed me to branch out and see other parts of the business. In particular, you get a load of opportunities to meet different people, and a lot of them adopt a really helpful approach to aiding your learning or giving you opportunities to try something new when they learn you are a Graduate.

What were some day to day tasks you owned?

In the co-creation team we own a lot of the Fujitsu innovation initiatives. Typically we are doing tasks related to innovation activities that we run with our partners and clients such as design thinking workshops. Internally we run an incubator program for business ideas that come from any employees – we help them form a pitch, review it, and take it to our internal review board. We then manage the idea as it turns into a proof of concept, and we also manage other innovative technological projects that can come from our global Fujitsu counterparts and integrate them into our local region.

What’s the coolest experience you had within Grad Program?

I would say the coolest thing was designing an escape room for Fujitsu World Tour – which is Fujitsu’s biggest annual expo for all our customers to attend. Initially myself and a colleague heard our events manager think out loud about creating an escape room, and we put our hands up to make it actually happen. We ended up making a small escape room inside the expo which was a lot of fun for the attendees, and at the same time it was able to show off some Fujitsu technology.

What’s your biggest challenge?

Biggest challenge was managing multiple projects and innovation initiatives at the same time. Every client and partner is important and for me, I found that trying to please everyone became rather difficult when there are conflicting priorities. I overcame this challenge by managing expectations and setting these expectations with the client and partner from day one. This could involve being transparent with them and telling them I’m working on multiple projects and my response might be delayed. There’s no shame in doing this and the client / partner would rather you be honest than to commit to a deadline you know you can’t make.

Any advice?

A lot of my learning has come from working with people outside my team. I’ve started on a few interesting projects simply because I overheard a conversation about an idea or project that I thought I could help out with. Don’t worry too much if you think you don’t have the skills or knowledge to do something – most people’s concern is that you show that you want to learn. Also, don’t understate the importance of soft skills like presenting, building relationships, or general business acumen – these are most important for your career anywhere


Tobias

Tobias Mikkelsen

Hear from Tobias Mikkelsen, Associate Service Delivery Manager based in Wellington, New Zealand

Was the program rewarding in terms of developing your career?

The Graduate Program taught me all the foundational skills that I need to have in the IT industry. The program includes training that gave me a great insight into how my strengths can be aligned to make me work better and more efficiently.

What were some day to day tasks you owned?

I worked onsite at one of our major customers in Wellington, working with the service delivery team there. I was in charge of reviewing tickets each morning, doing the weekly incident report, working on the monthly report and billing. All of these are fundamental tasks for the service delivery team and have a high importance.

What’s the coolest experience you had within the Graduate Program?

The coolest experience within the Graduate Program was being able to go to Sydney and meet the entire cohort every few months. This was a great way to network and get contacts with people in different parts of the company. We did a lot of team building activities like going to Luna Park in Sydney! We did public speaking training, leadership training, and got to present to the senior leadership team on multiple occasions.

What’s your biggest challenge?

Coming straight out of university, one of the biggest challenges was getting used to the corporate life. Having studied computer science at university, I was used to being able to do most of my work alone. In the corporate world you have to be able to work in any team of any size, while still being able to do your own work. This was a big challenge for me, and I keep learning new thing about it every day and continue to develop my skills in this area.

Any advice?

Be open to saying yes to any opportunity that comes your way. This is what allowed me to get the most opportunities out of the Graduate Program. Having an open mind and being up to a challenge is the best way to learn new things and get better at things you already know.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Case Studies & Hackathons

Fujitsu


At Fujitsu, we offer a full range of technology products, solutions and services to our customers. We work with our stakeholders, using our experience and the power of ICT to contribute to their success and the future of society. Below are some examples that we have worked on.

Digital Owl - Drone and video analytics used to find threatened species

Working with the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) ‘Saving our Species’ program, the ‘Digital Owl’ project uses Fujitsu’s high-performance computing, video analytics and drone technology to capture and analyse video information over a broad geographic area. The information can then be used to help locate endangered species for management, and invasive plant species for eradication purposes.

New Research Collaboration Takes Aim at Brain Aneurysms with Artificial Intelligence

Fujitsu Australia, GE Healthcare, Macquarie University and Macquarie Medical Imaging have embarked on a new research collaboration to improve brain aneurysm diagnoses. The project is focused on developing a solution that leverages artificial intelligence (AI) to detect and monitor brain aneurysms on scans faster

Fujitsu Australia & Macquarie University Health Hack

Hackathons are an excellent way to generate ideas and to turn them into action very quickly. Fujitsu Australia teamed up with Macquarie University to launch Health-Hack 2018 as part of the Fujitsu World Tour in Sydney. The two day hackathon had students co-creating together to develop innovative ways in which technology can be used to improve the health and well-being of the Australian population.

Australia Post Case Study

Throughout its history, Australia Post has helped customers, businesses and government navigate the social changes that have shaped and transformed the country.

Fujitsu & Woolworths launch 'Eddies Fresh Food'

Fujitsu Australia Limited and Woolworths, the fresh food people, have partnered to create “Eddie’s Fresh Food”, the exciting integration and installation of real payment registers at St Edmund’s College, Wahroonga. This collaboration has created authentic learning opportunities for students with disabilities.

Canberra Hospital Case Study

Canberra Hospital is located in Garran in the Australian Capital Territory, housing 672 beds and catering to a population of about 550,000. The institution acts as a teaching hospital for the Australian National University Medical School and the University of Canberra’s School of Nursing.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Diversity & Inclusion

Fujitsu


Vision:

Be a responsible business that reflects the diversity of our world and build an inclusive culture where everyone can be completely themselves.

Mission:

In a globalized, hyper-connected and multi-cultural society, diversity and inclusion are key drivers of employee engagement and productivity, talent acquisition, innovation and growth.

Our Diversity & Inclusion Council:

At Fujitsu, we believe in the power of human difference to create a better future in a digital and diverse world. We understand that the insights of many voices will make Fujitsu stronger and more innovative, and is a key part in building trust. We want Fujitsu to be a place where everyone can be completely themselves.

Our Diversity and Inclusion Council, chaired by CEO Mike Foster, plays a key role in driving strategies and initiatives. The Council and Working Groups are committed to making Fujitsu a place where the richness of ideas, backgrounds and perspectives of its people can be harnessed for both our employees and our customers.

Our diversity and inclusion policy covers five key areas to help foster an equal and innovative culture, these are: age, gender, health & disability, ethnicity & race, and sexual orientation & gender identity

 Inclusive culture

Valerie

“Fujitsu is very proud to have diversity and inclusion as a priority, specifically under the Generational Pillar where our Graduate program has stemmed from. The aim of our diversity and inclusion strategy is to create a workplace where every day, our people feel valued for who they are, and what they bring in order to be high performing, thrive and inspire others…and I hope as a new Graduate entering Fujitsu, you will feel the same.”

Valerie Xie, HR Advisor, D&I Generational Pillar Lead, Sydney – 2018 Graduate

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Social & Environmental Responsibility

Fujitsu


For Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand, being a responsible business means investing in a diverse, safe, and engaged workforce; adding value to the communities in which we work; ensuring high ethical standards in our value chain, and being a leader in sustainability. By being open about our progress, goals and challenges, we seek to invite dialogue and foster trust with our stakeholders.

See here for our Responsible Business Report FY18/19

This report reflects our continuing efforts to run our business responsibly and making a positive impact upon society, incorporating making an impact towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals. As one of the largest ICT companies in the region, we have a big role to play to co-create a trusted, sustainable future with our community and customers.

Community involvement & development:

We believe that we can all make a positive difference in our community. We aim to contribute to the creation of a trusted future: a connected society that is prosperous and secure, fulfilling the dreams of people in our communities. We engage our employees to enable them to live their values at work and feel pride in Fujitsu. In Australia and New Zealand, we support two long term charity partnerships with community organisations.

Soldier On:

We have a long-term relationship with the Department of Defence and a deep understanding of the issues facing Defence personnel in Australia. As such, we have been proud to support Soldier On as a charity partner since 2015.

Camp Quality:

We have chosen Camp Quality as its Charity partner since 2015. Camp Quality makes a real difference to children and their families living with cancer. The services Camp Quality provides help children aged up to 13 years who are living with cancer and their families create a better life through building optimism and resilience throughout each stage of their cancer journey. From cancer diagnosis throughout treatment and into remission or, sadly, in bereavement, the Camp Quality programs and services support the whole family; at hospital, at home, back at school, and in the community.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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