The JDX graduate programme provides one of the fastest career development prospects in the market. One of JDX Consulting’s most critical driver for success is our belief that ongoing personal development of all of our employees is fundamental. The initial two year program provides a foundation for the training of our consultants from the day they join and, in conjunction with our unique culture, creates the JDXer.
A Grad programme like no other…
If you’d like to join our graduate programme, this is what you can expect… We don’t hire based on your academia, we hire based on your ability to learn, your ability to communicate to a high standard and your passion regarding working with people and working at JDX. Because we want to make sure we hire the right people, our recruitment process is really important to us.
You will first have two interviews with the recruitment team- this will be to understand you, see how you communicate and engage with others, and test your understanding and interest in the sector. If successful you will move forward to the final part of our interview process… the JDX Bootcamp.
The Bootcamp is a four day assessment centre… Don’t worry, it’s much more relaxed than it sounds. During the four days you will be upskilled in a series of financial topics most prevalent in the sector- this is to test your ability to learn and your interest in working within financial services. There will also be lots of fun activities and social workshops to see how you interact with others, and test your levels of creative thinking. At the end of the week we have a short exam to assess how engaged you’ve been through the week, and a presentation. In addition, we run a field trip and hold a big night out during the week, in which you can network with staff from across JDX; of all levels and from a range of projects.
We run these bootcamps globally, so wherever you are in the world, get in touch below and we’ll look forward to meeting you.
“JDX bootcamp was a unique experience in terms of job interview, it provided an immersive environment that allowed me to gain a good understanding of the company culture in a short amount of time. It challenged me to learn quickly and be adaptable in different environments, and I enjoyed having the opportunity to demonstrate my capabilities as I gained a better understanding of the financial industry.”
– Benjamin Pons
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