Sky's the limit for graduates - #HottestjobsintheworldBlogs
The Sky is the limit for this week's #Hottestjobsintheworld. Since last week we've said goodbye to all of our previous Top 5 and for the first time can present to you an all new 5 #Hottestjobsintheworld. This week's 5 jobs cover a range of fields and can open many doors for graduates looking to take their first step.
What you need to know? £20,000 with benefits, structured training programme and career path.
What they want from you? Analytical, numerical, quick and accurate worker.
The Next Trainee Merchandiser role is an excellent first role to start a career in Merchandising. This fast paced industry is looking for graduates that can be methodical in their approach to things like sales figures, budgets and margins. Successful applicants will work closely with Buying and Design teams to ensure that Next are getting the best products out there to their customers. We spoke to Next for our case study for the Buying and Merchandising sector, take a look to see what it's really like to work in this sector.
What you need to know? £25,000, potential earn upto £50,000 and train internationally.
What they want from you? can-do attitude, personality and driven to succeed.
The deVere International Wealth Advisory Graduate programme is a new entrant into the #Hottestjobsintheworld and it's surprising we have not seen it sooner. A fantastic international scheme for graduates to be able to work hard and be rewarded for the work they put in. They want graduates with a zest for life and strong people skills so they are able to sell and market products to their extensive list of high end clients.
What you need to know? Competitive pay, nationwide opportunities, instant responsibility and training.
What they want from you? 2.1, tenacity and excellent communication.
The Royal Mail graduate programme in Operations is a fantastic opportunity for graduates to get involved in one of the biggest operations in the country. The Royal Mail programme is designed to give graduates all the necessary skills to succeed in the role, but they also want graduates to come in with enough self belief to throw themselves in at the deep end.
What you need to know? £24,000, company car, closes on the 21st February and a bonus structure. What they want from you? 2.1 in any discipline (IT/Computer science preferred), 280 UCAS points and creativity.
The Mercedes-Benz IT and Computing programme is a superb opportunity for graduates with the right skills and mindset to join this global company. Mercedes-Benz are looking for graduates to join them for 18 months and experience all areas of their business during three 5-month long placements and a 3-month training stay in Stuttgart. While in the UK, successful graduates can expect to be based in Milton Keynes, Manchester, London or Birmingham.
And the winner is...
What you need to know? Free Sky, generous benefits and a competitive salary.
What they want from you? 2.1, passion for technology and evidence of own software development.
It was only a matter of time until we found Sky back at the top of our #Hottestjobsintheworld. Graduates are able to join Sky through their Software Engineering Academy which will help you become a key player in their Software department. The department is relied on heavily to produce not only innovative developments for the website, but come up with and create software for teams across Sky News, My Sky, Now TV and Sky Go. Successful graduates are given the freedom to let their skills grow and become a valuable addition to this massive company.
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