In our Top 5 #UndertheRadar jobs we're all about the weird and wonderful jobs. We want those obscure jobs that are offering something different, something out of the ordinary. This week the jobs that have made the list are a million miles away from some of the data entry or telesales roles that are out there. Not that there is anything wrong with starting out in data entry roles or telesales, but these are the roles for people that want something different. So in no particular order...

5. Langland - Healthcare Advertising Account Executive

What you need to know: £22,000, Windsor - Berkshire, Top 50 Advertising Agency in the UK
What you need to show: Attention to detail, Diligence, great communication and work accurately and meet demanding deadlines
Langland are rated the 37th best Advertising Agency in the UK and they want to you apply if you're interested in driving the company forward. They want a graduate to join their small team to help with a range of duties from conducting desk and field research; including reviewing clinical data, or study protocols, and gaining in-depth knowledge of a wide range of disease areas to helping to collate, gather, share and act upon client feedback throughout the development of creative work for tactical projects. This is an excellent position for graduates wanting to take early steps in the advertising industry who also have a passion for the healthcare and the health industry.
Sound good? You should also try these sectors: Advertising, Health or Marketing.

4. Hellmann International - Graduate Programme

What you need to know: International graduate programme, 30 month scheme and an attractive and competitive salary
What you need to show: Business or Logistics related degree, internationally orientated graduate and a willingness to travel with the job
Despite the #UndertheRadar Top 5 tending to avoid massive multinational companies, but how many logistics companies can you name? Hellmann are offering something different. This is a role for the International Graduate. Another language is looked upon favourably, however it is not entirely essential. Over two and a half years, graduates will be immersed in the world of Logistics and transportation. The first 18 months will see graduates put through their paces over 6 modules, while the latter 18 months will lead to successful applicants refining their newly earned skills as either a Specialist or in Management.
Sound good? You should also try these sectors: Distribution and Logistics or Management.

3. TMP - Junior Commercial Data Analyst

What you need to know: Advertising agency, London and three months in Finance then onto the Commercial time.
What you need to show: Passion for data and analysis, problem solving skills and excellent numerical skills.
TMP have a fantastic opportunity now available. They are looking for a whiz with numbers and a graduate who loves statistics and reading and modeling data. The role consists of a variety of tasks but will allow the graduate to help influence the direction TMP take. If you are successful, you will create the reports and carry out the data modelling and trend/gap analysis that delivers timely and accurate management information. This is a perfect role for graduates that want to make a career in the advertising industry with excellent numerical skills.
Sound good? You should also try these sectors: Advertising, Marketing or Research and Analysis.

2. Kimberly Developments - Personal Assistant to Directors

What you need to know: £28,000, London working with top brass and front of house at Kimberley Developments PLC.
What you need to show: Hard work, organisational and communication skills and ability to meet tight deadlines.
Kimberley Developments are looking for a graduate to join them as a PA to the Office Manager and Company Directors. The role requires the successful applicant to be the heart beat of the office and keep everything ticking over and are paid handsomely for it. The responsibilities that the graduate could be handed could be anything from typing emails/notes/agendas, answering calls, checking stock and ordering of office supplies, paying and issuing invoices, arranging meetings to front of house, title searches, press monitoring/research and booking accommodation or restaurants.
Sound good? You should also try these sectors: Business Admin and Secretarial Admin or Architectural and Construction.

1. Global Marine Systems - Project Manager

What you need to know: £30,000 with benefits and a bonus, Chelmsford and a 2-3 year programme.
What you need to show: Engineering or Business degree, 2.1 classification and have heaps of ambition and drive.
Global Marine Systems are looking for graduates to join their two to three year graduate programme based in the Essex. Graduates will be looking to work through several departments and will hopefully find their niche in the company. Global Marine Systems describe themselves as 'a leading provider of engineering and underwater services, responding to the subsea cable installation, maintenance and burial requirements of our customers around the world.' Graduates would be advised to show bags of enthusiasm and ambition to fit in at Global Marine Systems.
Sound good? You should also try these sectors: Engineering, Management or Energy and Utilities.