Welcome to the hottest jobs in the world for the week ending Sunday the 13th October. There have been a couple of movers and shakers in the list and a couple jumping straight to the top of the list, whilst others are maintaining graduate interest.
The Civil Service's graduate development programme has proved popular this week despite being on the site for a while. The reason graduates have found this job popular is easy to see. The Fast Stream offers development in areas such as Analytical, Human Resources, Technology in Business, European, Northern Ireland and Generalist. The role has a £25,000 plus salary and is open to 2:2 classifications, only encouraging applications.
This job almost went viral when we updated it to our Twitter and you can see why. An opportunity for a place on the Marketing scheme at Sky can be an excellent way to begin your career in the field. Based in West London with a competitive salary, graduates will be on sixth month rotations working on Brand Marketing, Trading and Strategy and Insight. Successful candidates also get to take advantage of Sky's products with free Sky TV and Broadband!
The opportunities at Airbus vary from Engineering and Project Management to Procurement and HR. Whether graduates want to be technically brilliant and involved in the latest in technological advances or learn how to operate and flourish in a cut throat business world, Airbus's two year progamme has proved popular enough.
Still in second place from last week and proving ever popular is the range of schemes offered by BP. The energy and oil giant is offering a range of opportunities for graduates to get involved in anything from Well drilling to international sales, BP has graduates schemes that are attracting the best and the brightest to sites and operations worldwide. BP are sure that they want graduates that apply to be dynamic, to work hard and really show a passion for their area.
New to the site this Mi5 role has rocketed to the top. Graduates that fancy themselves as making it in the murky and dark world of national security have been applying to this role by their hundreds. Graduates can expect a dynamic and varied career as an Intelligence Officer after completing two years in various roles that have built up their skills. After that graduates are given training in specific fields and then their career takes off from there.