Dell Technologies - Finance Development Program
Location: Da Lian
Dell Technologies is looking for undergraduates and above (better postgraduate) to join Dell’s Finance Development Program (FDP), a global two year rotational program structured to develop Dell’s future finance leadership. The program combines four, six-month rotations with MBA style coursework to provide participants with a wide breadth of experiences and an advanced knowledge of Dell’s finance systems, policies, and processes. FDP is unique in that it offers increased visibility/networking with managers and executives, career development planning, soft skill training, developmental workshops, and a robust feedback/performance review process.
The coursework spans four semesters, parallel to the four rotations, and is divided between individual classwork and team case studies in the first year, and global team simulations and project work in the second year. Courses are taught by subject matter experts within Dell’s CFO leadership team and include topics such as financial statement analysis, investor relations, go-to-market strategy, field sales strategy and business management, mergers and acquisitions, treasury concepts, tax, cost accounting, pricing, advanced revenue recognition accounting, business transformation as well as in depth case studies. Coursework and simulations are designed to enhance the participant’s knowledge of Dell finance, accounting, business and sales operations, and enable process improvement and critical thinking in rotations.
1. Japanese or Korean speaking as MUST to have;
2. Financial background as NICE to have;
3. Prefer Master graduates
Typical responsibilities within the four assignments include:
· Interactions and reporting responsibilities to senior management and executives
· Statistical analysis, planning, budgeting and forecasting
· Process improvements
· Competitive analysis
· Field support and supporting sales programs
· Building analytical models, and predictive models using data analytics
· OPEX analysis and planning
· Business case analysis and trending analysis
· Internal controls compliance
· Investor analysis and market studies
Ideal candidates have a 3.4 minimum cumulative GPA, previous business internship experience, excellent analytic skills, international experience (i.e. study abroad, international internships, etc.), as well as extra-curricular involvement. They need to be leaders with demonstrated leadership capability as well as be driven, team players, self-starters, and flexible/ adaptable to a changing environment.