Back again, before you knew it. The #Hottestjobsintheworld are here and ready for your applications. The five jobs listed below are that ones that have been attracting largest amount of attention and applications. Don't worry if you think that because these jobs are popular, there is no point in you applying, many of these companies want numerous graduates to fill several positions across their companies. Just remember to keep your applications and CVs relevant and appropriate to the company and role.
The Wildlife Trust are looking for as many as nine graduates to join them in the Midlands, where they can work towards a Certificate in Work Based Environment Conservation. Graduates will get involved in projects that require them to learn skills and gain experience in practical habitat management, ecological surveying and the ability to engage with the public and volunteers. The role is looking for graduates to join them in Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Shropshire and Birmingham. This job is a real hit with nature lovers and is a new entry in the #Hottestjobsintheworld, after being on the site just a week.
The BT Graduate Business Programmes has been consistently present in the #Hottestjobsintheworld since the job went live. The telecommunications giant is a global player in new communication technology and graduates have been applying constantly for the business programme to make these technologies happen. The Programme could find graduates gaining skills in project management, marketing, business analysis, sales or client engagement.
Closing at the end of this week, it might finally be out of the top 5 #Hottestjobsintheworld. With a generous pay and impressive company car arrangement, it's understandable to see why the graduates are flocking to the role. The scheme has areas in an array of fields to suit any bright and driven graduate. The Volkswagen Group only specifies that they require the minimum of an Upper Second class degree and will be able to choose the best and most passionate out of their applicants.