Here are the most popular jobs of the past week! We've had a big turn around from last week, with a completely new list of Hottest jobs. Whether it's Finance, Intelligence or Banking you want to go into, this list has got it covered. So what are you waiting for...GO! Before someone else gets there first!

5. RBS - Technology Summer Internship

What you need to know: Summer internship, working as part of the technology team and on your own project
What you need to show: Penultimate year student, creative and a fast learn with attention to detail
RBS are looking for students to join them on their Summer internship programme for Technology. Students will be shown the world of Technology in a fast paced firm like RBS and the scheme allows them to have a real impact. The internship is open for students studying a range of subjects, however RBS are keen to see fresh and creative ideas from their potential interns.
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4. Affinity Sutton - Performance Analyst

What you need to know: Housing industry, London and £23,995 - £28,229 pa.
What you need to show: Creative approach to problems, passion to satisfy the questions business want answered and visual sensibility to bring numbers alive through charts and infographics
Affinity Sutton want to make sure everyone has the access to a fairly priced home and they want a graduate to help them achieve that goal. They want to recruit you to help Affinity Sutton by producing financial, operational and customer reporting across their large portfolio of properties and tenancies. They want graduates who are able to manage their workload and reach their KPIs.

3. Kent County Council - Finance Stream

What you need to know: Based across Kent, £23,753 and a 3 and a half year stream
What you need to show: 2.1 in any discipline, GCSEs in Maths and English (B or higher) and show enthusiasm and determination.
Kent County Council are looking for graduates to join them on a three and a half year graduate scheme in Finance. This Graduate Scheme will provide graduates with the opportunity to study for a CIPFA award as a Chartered Public Finance Accountant. The scheme is split up into three separate streams to provide successful applicants with the experience of separate areas of public finance. Fancy this? Try these Finance, Public Sector and Accountancy

2. Kent County Council - Management Scheme

What you need to know: Based across Kent, £23,753 and a 2 year development programme What you need to show: 2.1 in any discipline, dedicated and motivated to succeed. Graduates who are successful for applying this scheme would be spending two years over four different areas. This may include education, environment, heritage, HR, policy, social care and youth services. Successful applicants would also be awarded a Chartered Management Institute Diploma in Management and Leadership qualification during their time on the scheme. Close, but not right for you? Take a look at these Public sector, Management and Consultancy

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1. MI5 - Intelligence Analysts

What you need to know: £25,366, Two year programme, based in London What you need to show: 2.1 or relative experience, a creative thinker and a numerate background is preferred. MI5 are looking for graduates to join them on the front line of National Security. Intelligence Analysts will work with the Intelligence Officers in their attempt to help protect the UK. MI5 want graduates that can handle large amounts of data and have the mental capabilities to manage that. Alongside this, MI5 want to see graduates that are competent with their analytic skills. This could be your ability to spot anomalies and understand what they could mean. Interested in this area? Why not try these Public Services, Research and analysis, Technology and Computing. By James Howell