So last Friday I went for the final round assessment for Fujitsu Services' graduate program. I was pretty damn sure I completely screwed up the interview - I've done enough to know that I should have done better. I'm not hugely superstitious but it was Friday 13th
which I thought was funny.
Anyway, about 30mins ago they phoned me up and offered me a job. Yay me.
So I have roughly 24hrs to get back to them and let them know if I want to accept the offer.Where's one of those 24-style countdown clocks when you need one?
The facts: Reasonable starting salary - nothing special, but nothing bad either.
Lots of other grads taken on, 100 in total
18 month graduate-specific training scheme (seems they really look after their grads)
Working in 'Systems Integration' with the liklihood of being very client facing.
Highly technical role - .Net and j2ee by the sounds of it.
Travelling is likely... spending weeks/months on client sites and so on.
Now, my problem is that this is the first offer I've had for a graduate position... and i'm rubbish at deciding these sorts of things if theres the potential for more offers around the corner.
Oh well, back to revision for now. Any thoughts?