Metals and Medicals - #UndertheRadarBlogs
Wind, rain or shine, the #UndertheRadar jobs are released every Thursday, ensuring that you graduates find out about these niche and unique roles. Some might be in interesting industries, while others could be an unusual role with unique duties. The purpose of our #UndertheRadar jobs each week is to show you that there are interesting jobs out there for graduates to apply for and not just run-of-the-mill service industry related positions. So, without any further dithering, here are the #UndertheRadar jobs! What you need to know: Based in Trowbridge, two positions available and politically restricted (Can not be standing for election or canvassing on behalf of someone standing.)
What you need to show: Understanding of local government, administrative law and local council meetings procedure.
Wiltshire Council are looking for two graduates to join them as Democratic Services Officers in Trowbridge. The main purpose of this role is to provide democratic support to committees and Area Boards as well as playing a pivotal role in the development and implementation of the Council's governance arrangements and work with elected and co-opted members of the Council. This could manifest itself in planning and assisting various boards and councils that make up Wiltshire Council.What you need to know: Aluminium Extrusions company, working from home and based in Yorkshire and the North East.
What you need to show: A full driving license, enthusiasm, strong presentation and problem solving skills. Experience in engineering or product design an advantage.
Simmal are a family run business, with headquarters in Preston, Lancashire. They are searching for a Business Development graduate to work from home in a 70/30 office/home split in the Yorkshire and North East regions. As a Business Development Trainee, the successful applicant's duties include generating and managing sales leads, appointment making, presenting Simmal Ltd through face-to-face contact, telephone and emails and much more.
What you need to know: Based in London, technical role working with Business Intelligence and working with data. What you need to show: 2.1 degree, 300 UCAS points and strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Draper and Dash love data. They can't get enough of it. They jump out of bed each morning looking for the stories and trends that can be found in streams of numbers and statistics. Could this be you? Draper and Dash's focus in health analytics. They aim to continuously innovate to keep pace with a global healthcare environment that is increasingly complex and interdependent.
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What you need to know: Ingeus are one of the UK's leading welfare-to-work providers, a Sunday Times best 100 employers to work for with opportunities available nationwide.
What you need to show: Excellent communication skills, the ability to motivate and inspire others and a tenacious approach.
Ingeus are one of the country's leading welfare-to-work companies and as an Employment Advisor your responsibilities will include helping people from all walks of life find satisfactory and long term employment. Graduates will need to approach the role with an adaptable and empathetic mindset. This will key to inspiring confidence in those who might have struggled to find employment and do not know where to turn.
What you need to know: Working at a top Barristers Chambers, assisting Barristers, Clients and other legal professionals in managing cases and maintaining a smooth running office.
What you need to show: Organised approach, accuracy, an excellent telephone manner and a pride in delivering great customer service. Hardwicke Chambers are one of the UK's leading Barristers Chambers in commercial, insurance, property & private client and public law. They are looking for a graduate to join their Practice Management team to assist in duties like a varied range of administrative support duties, proactive diary and case management, Dealing with clients by telephone and at client events and negotiating barristers' fees under the supervision of a Senior Practice Manager.
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