It's that time of year where all many final year students can think of is exams. Ridden with stress and anxiety, it is easy to lose sight of the bigger picture and students can be forgiven for not having employment at the forefront of their mind. So don't worry, here we've lined of 5 of the best jobs you may have missed this week. These are jobs that graduates might not at first consider, niche positions or at niche companies. So, without further ado, have a blast at these #UndertheRadar jobs!

5. Graduate Development Programme - Wales and West Utilities

What you need to know: Based in Newport, working to supply Wales and the West with gas and a structured Chartered programme.
What you need to show: 2.1 degree or Masters in an accredited by IMechE, IEE or IGEM and be self-starting, focused on performance and committed to achieving Chartered status.
Wales and West Utilities are a large company with over 1500 employees, cover a sixth of the UK and provide 7.4 million people with gas. They are looking for the best of the best engineering graduates who are capable of working with energy and especially gas. Wales and West Utilities boast an impressive Development programme to take graduates and Master's graduates and allow them to grow and gain a Chartered status.
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4. Sales Consultant - Travelbag

What you need to know: 12 month intensive programme, uncapped commission and discounted travel.
What you need to show: high levels of motivated, enthusiasm and a passion for travel and a desire to succeed in the difficult world of sales.
Travelbag are a luxury travel agency and have just launched their Sales Consultant Development Programme for the first time. They are recruiting for branches across the UK: Alton, Brighton, Cheltenham, Chester, Knutsford, Kensington (London), Solihull,Winchester. Greaduates have the opportunity to earn uncapped commission in this role and as an employee at Travelbag they can receive discounted travel and take part in company wide incentives.
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3. Football Watcher - Football Radar

All you need to know: Paid to watch football, unusual hours and initially paid per game. What you need to show: Superb attention to detail, ambitious, diligent and an encyclopedic knowledge of football.
This is a dream job for many graduates. Being paid to watch football, both live and recorded, and you will be expected to register events using our software system. You will be exposed to football from several different leagues and you will need to learn quickly how to apply their framework. This isn't a role for a part time football fan, but the Football Manager addict. As well as having one of the best jobs in the world, graduates will have several perks at Football Radar. These include an in-house chef, a fantastic reduced gym membership and a cash-back private health plan. You will be working out of a beautiful building with social space to break out, play ping-pong or enjoy your coffee in their garden.
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2. Trainee Insolvency Administrator - White Maund

What you need to know: Based in Brighton, no experience required and working at a small and highly functioning firm.
What you need to show: Desire to work in insolvency, organisation, efficiency, team orientated and good interpersonal skills.
Brighton based firm, White Maund are looking for an motivated graduated to join their team as a Trainee Insolvency Administrator. Whether they have experience or not, graduates must show themselves to be organised team players to help them be successful at the company. White Maund are offering all the necessary training and support to be successful in the role, but they want to see applicants that are prepared to put the work in when they start.
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1. Energy Trading

What you need to know: Based in London, contracted role with the opportunity for a permanent position and accounting and finance qualifications.
What you need to show: Willingness and enthusiasm to take on more mundane tasks during the early stages of the role, a Finance or Accounting degree and a 'Get up and go' attitude. Eaglecliff are recruiting for a world wide world leading global Energy trading company and they are looking for preferably an Accounting or Finance graduate to join them. The role is initially contracted but with hard work and application graduates can maintain a full time position. For the role graduates need to show a positive attitude and the ability to work within a large, globally dispersed project team in a multi-cultural environment. You also need to be self-starters, logical thinkers and a quick learners, with strong initiative and excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills, able to write clearly and concisely.
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