We've had another overhaul for our Top 5 #Hottestjobsintheworld! With a mixture of sectors and roles, there is something for all graduates. Last week's countdown gave you great opportunities at places like Foxtons or Mott MacDonald, however they have now been replaced in this ever competitive countdown!

5. Civil Service - Fast Stream

What you need to know: 6 streams you can apply for, mixture of policy work and operations delivery and based in London and nationwide.
What you need to show: 2.2, leadership qualities and articulate.
The Civil Service fast stream is fantastic scheme to allow graduates to become a leader in one of six areas. These are Analytical, Human Resources, Generalist, Northern Ireland, European and Technology in Business. If graduates are able to show themselves and bright articulate leaders, they will be able to flourish on this scheme.
Sound good? You should also check out these sectors: Public Service, Consultancy, Human Resources and Research and Analysis

4. E.ON - Commercial Scheme

What you need to know: A variety of schemes, £27,500, 2 year programme based both in the UK and abroad
What you need to show: An enthusiasm for the Energy and Engineering sector, an innovative approach and committed to learning all you can from the company.
For another week, the E.ON Commercial Graduate Scheme remains immovable from the Top 5 #Hottestjobsintheworld. Innovative graduates are required for intense and rewarding programmes with the energy giant. E.ON are offering schemes in Customer Operations Leadership, International Business Management, HR, Sales and Marketing, IT and Business Change, and Finance.
Sound good? You should also check out these sectors: IT and Computing, Energy and Utilities, Management, Customer Service or HR.

3. Farmfoods - Graduate Programme

What you need to know: £22,000 plus benefits, Full time position and dealing with all areas of the business
What you need to show: 2.1 degree, passion for the customer and the retail sector
Farmfoods are looking for graduates that are prepared to muck it at all levels. The Graduate Programme on offer here is meant to equip graduates with a range of skills in Retail, Management and customer service. The role is a full time position and expects graduates to get on board with the training and make a career with Farmfoods. Sound good? You should also check out these sectors: Retail, Management, Distribution and Logistics, Customer Service or Sales

2. Heineken - Supply Chain and Production Graduate Programme

graduate jobs What you need to know: Based in Edinburgh, Tadcaster, Manchester or Hereford and Closes on Thursday (3rd). What you need to show: Degree in chemical, electrical, mechanical or production engineering, drive for improvement and passionate about improvement and self-improvement. This has been a fantastic addition to graduate-jobs.com and an automatic #Hottestjobsintheworld contender. Alas it has just missed out and force into second spot. Graduates are able to apply to this fantastic scheme at one of the worlds largest brewers. The opportunity provides graduates with a two year scheme where they will experience and learn everything there is to know on supply chain and organisation.

Sound good? You should also check out these sectors: Distribution and Logistics, Engineering, Manufacturing and Production

And the winner is...

1. MI5 - Intelligence Office Development Programme

What you need to know: £25,366, Two year programme, based in London What you need to show: Confident communication, a high level of organisation, problem solving and a great team player. MI5 are looking for graduates to join them on the front line of National Security. Successful applicants would join on a two year programme, helping in areas such as international counter terrorism, assessment, Northern Ireland related terrorism, counter intelligence (espionage) or cyber intelligence. Graduates will be required to be proactive and diligent in their day to day work, making sure to keep an eye for current affairs and global issues. After the two years, graduates will have to make the decision whether they want to move into an operational role or corporate team such as policy or Human Resources. This is a deserving winner for graduates and is open for graduates from any discipline with a 2.2 or higher. Sound good? You should also check out these sectors: Public Services, Consultancy, Technology and Computing. By James Howell