College Recruiting

Opportunities

We often hire college graduates for Junior Business Analyst roles or Junior Technical Developer roles (Applications and Database Developers). We immerse graduates into our projects upon hire – we combine hands-on experience with training to ensure individuals are well positioned for success. In addition, we provide graduates the opportunity to work directly with experienced industry professionals as well as clients. This direct exposure presents graduates with unparalleled learning opportunities to become seasoned in all aspects of the software development life cycle and consulting in general.

Below is a general description of each of the roles.

 

Junior Business Analyst

Work with team to gather and define business processes, requirements, and problems, and synthesize findings into a comprehensive solution. Typical duties may include, but are not limited to, participating in client requirement sessions, detailed analysis of business processes, creating presentations/reports to document recommendations, composing user manuals or other customer facing documents, and developing test plans and test cases.

Junior Technical Developer

Work as part of a development team focused on all aspects of analysis, design, development, testing and implementation. Typical duties may include, but are not limited to, participating in sessions to define detailed user requirements and translate user requirements into the high-level and detailed application design, setting up development and production environments as required, participating in production support activities, and developing clear and concise technical documentation.

Students interested in pursuing an opportunity with Ventera must be on track to receive a Bachelor’s degree in any business, engineering, computer science, or related major from an accredited four-year college or university.  We place a high premium on interpersonal skills, team orientation, problem solving skills, past performance/experience, and validated references.