"Accenture Is Hiring Experienced Technology Professionals," says the headline over the company's recruitment ad, and a link within that ad takes you to an Accenture sign-in page that includes the line, "Search Results (1128 jobs found)".
"Accenture Is Hiring Experienced Technology Professionals," says the headline over the company's recruitment ad, and a link within that ad takes you to an Accenture sign-in page that includes the line, "Search Results (1128 jobs found)".The Accenture ad says, ". . . you'll be working on vital assignment for top class clients and help them achieve high performance, while at the same time learn to push yourself to develop the skills and confidence you thought were impossible."
Accenture says it's looking for tech pros with skills in SAP, Oracle, cloud and virtualization, Java, smart grid, data center optimization and rationalization, technology architecture, Ajax, CSS, and Pegasystems.
And from that page, if you click on the link that says "Apply now and begin your technology career at Accenture today!", you'll be taken to the sign-in page mentioned above. A quick scan of only the first of 113 pages of jobs showed openings for positions involving Informatica, .Net, ABAP, business intelligence, smart grid, IBM BI, and others.
In its ad, Accenture positions itself as "the recognized leader in systems integration and technology services in the US, and across the globe."
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