What they're looking for: Accenture is hiring both entry-level and experienced professionals to work in management consulting, technology, and outsourcing. Some opportunities require skills in SAP, Oracle, Java, Hyperion, Workday, Salesforce.com, Siebel, and Peoplesoft. The company is also looking to recruit individuals with specific industry expertise. Accenture's federal practice is looking for individuals with both technology skills and security clearance.
Secrets to impressing their recruiters: "When you are reviewing job descriptions, the No. 1 thing is to pay attention to the basic qualifications for the role. Preferred qualifications are 'nice to haves' but basics are 'must haves.' If you meet the basic qualifications, make sure your resume reflects that clearly. If you don't, keep searching for the role that's right for you. Our recruiters use our robust technology to search our applicant tracking system for candidates on a daily basis, and the more current your information is, the better Accenture can make a match for you," says John Campagnino, managing director of global talent acquisition.
In its 16th year, Fortune's ranking of the best workplaces in corporate America welcomes five list debutantes, and what's more, 78 of them are looking to fill nearly 67,000 jobs.