Police Complaints and PR - #UndertheRadarBlogs
The #UndertheRadar jobs are here. We've shortlisted the best five jobs that you may have missed. Sometimes, some fantastic jobs can slip you by and as much as we try and bring the best and specialist jobs to your attention they still might get away. So like every Thursday we have our Twitter countdown at midday to show you 5 jobs that every graduate should consider. So check out the #UndertheRadar Top 5 and get cracking on your applications! What you need to know: Based in London, working to attract people to become school governors across England.
What you need to show: Excellent communication skills, confidence and creativity to harness a range of ways to attract volunteer school governors.
The Governors for Schools is a charity set up with the purpose of attracting outstanding volunteers to be school governors and ensure that schools are well looked after by these governors. Working in Islington, London, the successful applicant will be charged with helping ensure school always have proactive and effective school governors. The role will require graduates to have excellent communication, be innovative in their approach and prepared to travel across England.What you need to know: Trainee Investigators exploring serious and sensitive complaints and allegations of misconduct made against the police.
What you need to show: Strong planning skills, ability to gather, analyse and present evidence.
It is jobs like these that #UndertheRadar is made for. This is a fantastic position for graduates to launch and brilliant and innovative career in an area that they might not have thought about. At the Independent Police Complaints Commission graduates are provided with training and skills to assess, research and make judgements on allegations of misconduct against the police. Successful applicants will become earn themselves an accredited qualification and be able to pursue a rewarding career with the IPCC.
What you need to know: 4 Technology graduate schemes available at Experian, based in London with a competitive salary. What you need to show: Related degree in Computing, IT, Physics, Engineering or similar.
Experian have four technology schemes open for applications and need graduates with skills and bags of enthusiasm. The schemes that Experian are looking to fill are Software Development, Testing, Helpdesk/Technical Support and Data Analysis. In return for bringing technical wizardry to the company, Experian offer fantastic training, a competitive pay structure and mentorship when you start.
What you need to know: Shipping trading, based in London and start on £20,000-£23,000 with benefits.
What you need to show: Great IT, numeracy and communication skills as well as excellent team working skills.
Borchard Lines are looking for a graduate to join their company as a Trainee Trader and learn everything there is to know about controlling the international commercial activity of this niche UK Container Line. Graduates are not required to have a deep understanding of container shipping before they start, however would be advised to show off their communication, IT and team working skills and have some evidence of working in a professional environment.
What you need to know: Based in Gloucestershire, working in various areas of PR and with a range of clients
What you need to show: 2 years experience in PR, a 2.1 in a related field and an interest in current affairs and politics. From this unnamed client, graduates are offered the opportunity to join a fast paced PR company based in Gloucestershire. Successful applicants will work with a range of clients all with their own individual needs, messages and aims. This role would be perfect for someone with a passion for PR but also a keen interest in current affairs. As the PR world is so competitive, graduates need to provide outstanding evidence of experience in the field, alongside a strong academic record.