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Graduate Development Program - Associate Analyst, Information Services

Waltham, MA
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Description: Description About the Graduate Development Program National Grid’s Graduate Development Program (GDP) is the company’s flagship pipeline program, targeting recent college graduates joining the company in entry-level full time positions. The GDP is designed to prepare early career professionals for future leadership roles within the organization, aims to support Graduates in developing as leaders, guide their career, and increase their business talents and skills. It provides opportunities for Graduates to explore a broad range of disciplines across our functions and locations, work on a variety of projects, and expand their network. Graduates start their careers at National Grid with an 8-week Orientation. Graduates will spend time learning the core functions of the business, networking with our Executive team, and traveling to our different jurisdictional areas. By the end of Orientation, Graduates have an in depth understanding of who National Grid is as a company and how we do business. They have also formed a network with their fellow Graduates as well as senior business leaders, key GDP stakeholders and GDP Alumni. Graduates also take part in quarterly development sessions with their cohort as well as complete a Capstone Project at the end of their first year with the company. About the Position: The Global IS department creates and maintains all IT related systems and infrastructure that enable National Grid to function as a business globally. We are looking for future National Grid IT leaders and are offering a unique 18-month rotational leadership training and development program for recent college graduates to work in a range of areas that support the development of those systems, build and implement them as part of a project, or help support and secure them once they are live. The development and growth of our people is our top priority and will be continuously fostered through targeted job assignments in our Graduate rotational program. The IS Graduate program provides professional development opportunities and a strong support system for Graduates to explore a broad range of disciplines across our organization, to work on a variety of projects, and to expand their network of colleagues. The IS Graduate program is highly competitive and rigorous. In addition to the regular work assignments, Graduates are expected to undertake a minimum of two professional development trainings per rotation, deliver presentations to the IS leadership team, and participate and deliver on a Program team project. The IS Graduate program job rotations are located in the Waltham, MA office. Position Responsibilities (including but not limited to) IS Graduates start as Associate Analysts in job placements with IS teams; Program Delivery, Regulatory, Service Delivery, Service Strategy, Digital Risk & Security, and Program Assurance. The job responsibilities will vary based upon the rotation goals and objectives. Some of the projects IS Graduates have worked on include: Creating a financial model to help the company track IS spending against regulatory allowances. Co-leading the design and implementation of the IS technical learning and development platform. Participate in an exchange program with the U.S. government to collaborate on a white paper on supply chain cyber risk. Capture and splice 3D video for a virtual reality training module for field end-users. Review and analyse the IS security processes and procedures to ensure the safety of NG’s cyber assets, facilities, and people. Conduct data and visual analytics to provide clarity on IS business efficiencies and deliver strengthened performance.
Qualifications Bachelor or Master’s degree from an accredited institution Concentration in academic studies should be one of the following: IS, IT, Information Assurance, Cyber Security, Business, Business Analytics, MSIT, MBA Graduated between May 2017 and May 2018 Earned a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher; official college transcript required for confirmation Demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills Preference given to candidates with relevant internship experiences Ability to begin the National Grid Graduate Program June 4, 2018 Valid driver's license with safe driving history Proven leadership experience in at least one of the following: College leadership position (e.g., student government, clubs, athletics). Leadership and/or volunteer experience, in and/or out of the college environment Experienced a full or part-time job while at college and acquired relevant work experience Additional technical competencies may include: Agile, Tableau, SQL National Grid is an equal opportunity employer that value s a broad diversity of talent, knowledge, experience and expertise. We foster a culture of inclusion t hat drives employee engagement to deliver superior performance to the communities we serve. National Grid is proud to be an affirmative action employer. We encourage minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans to join the National Grid team.
Job : Information Services Primary Location : MA-Waltham Organisation : Information Services Schedule : Full-time Job Posting : Sep 15, 2017, 4:00:00 AM Unposting Date : Nov 13, 2017, 4:59:00 AM


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