The wheels on the bus go... - #UndertheRadarBlogs
The #UndertheRadar jobs are here, so much under the radar you never saw them coming. This week we've got an excellent mix across loads of sectors. Graduates this week can learn about all opportunities from combating lower aspirational unemployment to driving buses as part of a graduate scheme. That's what the #UndertheRadar list is all about, bringing you the best jobs that you might have missed or might not have considered. So, without further ado, take a look at these fantastic #UndertheRadar jobs. What you need to know: Opportunities nationwide, earning up from £25,000 and working on a 2 year scheme for helping transform you from a graduate to a business leader.
What you need to show: 2.1 degree, speak one foreign language (ideally Arabic) and have a willingness to travel abroad and move from city to city.
Working Links is a relatively new company looking for a graduate to join them on their two year graduate programme. Working Links are a part private, part government funded provider helping people get off long term unemployment and into work and tackle the poverty of aspiration. Working Links have launched a two year programme for graduates to be join them and through a rotational programme will emerge as diligent and helpful business leaders. The company are also looking to expand their operations, with the Middle East in mind. For graduates who can speak Arabic, this would be considered a great advantage in the application process.What you need to know: Working to help put on business events and training, based in London and a salary of around £19,000 a year, depending on experience.
What you need to show: Outstanding organisational skills, high levels of professionalism and the ability to find common sense solutions to problems that may arise.
Marketforce are looking for a positive and enthusiastic graduate to join them as an Events Assistant based in London. Graduates that are looking for a career in events, must realise that this role is centred around organising business events and training days, sometimes involving large amounts of people. Marketforce are looking for graduates with the organisation and tenacity to see events through when the wheels begin to fall off. The company are also looking for a Events Coordinator too.
What you need to know: Working in the Creative Marketing Team at Head Office, role will revolve around creating and planning engaging eCommerce content for Matalan's audience alongside its business aims. What you need to show: Online marketing experience, related degree and experience in content development role.
While a company of Matalan's size would not usually enamor itself to the #UndertheRadar list, the role is something special. This is a role for graduates who want to combine their love of writing and creating content with real marketing intent. Graduates who know their stuff about fashion and the fashion industry as well as other things aligned with Matalan's values can carve out a really successful career. Content Marketing, especially in eCommerce, is a booming area of marketing and graduates who want to kick off in this niche role should look no further.
What you need to know: Based at Marble Arch (London), with a salary of £26,500 and enabling businesses to employ candidates quickly and accurately.
What you need to show: Must be highly numerate, great understanding of data and statistics and proficient with MS Excel.
Work Group are looking for a highly numerate graduate to help them be one of the best firms at providing clients with information and data on staffing at particular companies. Graduates who have a passion for data and can see through statistics to get the best results are encouraged to apply for this role. Work Group will in turn offer the opportunity to develop a range of research skills and methods such as focus groups, workshops, and interviews, to online surveys and desk research.
What you need to know: Two year rotational scheme based in London transforming graduates from green university leavers into confident and effect professional operators.
What you need to show: 2.1 degree (Transport related degree is ideal, but not essential), full clean driving license and an ambitious high-energy approach to work. Metroline's Graduate Trainee Programme is a definitive role for the the #UndertheRadar 5. This two training programme allows graduates to be fully trained in a range of disciplines. Graduates who are looking to experience the breadth of business and the challenges each area faces should apply to this scheme, with the rotations including: Training & Recruitment, Operations, Engineering, Schedules, Service Delivery. Finance and Bus Driving. Yes, actually driving buses. If you can find me a more varied graduate scheme I'll eat my metaphorical hat.Sound good? You should also try this sector: Travel, Management, Finance and Customer Service.
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