Potatoes and Plastics - #UndertheRadarBlogs
It's the #UndertheRadar jobs, back again. This week I'm bringing you 5 jobs that are all unique and offer something that your bog standard graduate job wouldn't. The roles today are from a strange mix of industries, including the Aviation industry, the Plastic industry and Potato industry. A while you might not find all the jobs suitable for you, if you find none of them are tweet us and we'll see if we can help. But without delaying any further, check out these awesome #UndertheRadar jobs! What you need to know: Based in Watford, £18 to 22k with on target earnings and working in the deal referrals industry.
What you need to show: Innovation, tenacity and drive to always meet and exceed targets.
ZagZig are a new company looking to change the way recommendations and referrals are made in teh business world. The company allows people to earn cash by simply recommending great deals from leading brands to their friends and family. As a Sales Executive at ZagZig, the successful applicant would be trusted with ensuring the business continues to grow and would work between businesses to make this happen.What you need to know: Based in Surrey, £25,000pa and working in their Commercial Department.
What you need to show: Research Skills, analytical skills and be very numerate.
The IBA Group are looking for a graduate to join their Commercial Department as an Aviation Analyst. The IBA Group has become one of the leading aviation consultancies in the world, focusing on commercial and technical issues in the global aerospace community. As an Aviation Analyst, the graduate would be entrusted with working on a variety of projects involving feasibility studies, financial modelling, aircraft and helicopter valuations, market studies and reports for operators, lessors and financial institutions.
Want to work in an area like this? Click here Consultancy, Finance, Management and Research and Analysis
What you need to know: Based in Northampton, working between departments in a leading raw materials business. What you need to show: German speaking, excellent verbal and written communication and a good telephone manner.
Matrix Polymers are a leading company providing raw materials for the rotomoulding industry. When joing the company the German speaking and preferably Polish speaking graduate would become a Commercial Coordinator and work with Product Managers and Field Sales Managers in support of the company business units. The role is typically the main point of contact for most customers in your region, liaising with Supply Chain, Production and Logistics to ensure that customer requirements are met.
Your cup of tea? Why not try looking in these sectors too: Manufacturing and Production, Languages and Customer Service
What you need to know: 18 month programme, based in Lincoln with placements in Scotland and Somerset.
What you need to show: Degree related to design and innovation, Engineering, Commercial and Technical and teamworking skills and time management.
Based in Lincoln, Scotland and the South West, Branston supply a wide range of customers, from retailers and wholesalers to some of the UK's favourite snack brands. They have launched their Graduate Development Programme to bring graduates into the heart of what they do. Succesful applicants will receive tailored training and support and gain practical hands-on experience with the chance to add real value from day one as part of a prosperous and growing company.
Sound good? You should also try these sectors: Manufacturing and Production, Customer Service and Food and Drink
What you need to know: 6 Month contract, £20,000 pa and dealing with internal and external communications and PR.
What you need to sho w: Strong interest in Communications, good academic record and able to work well in a large team. The British Toy and Hobby Association are responsible for promoting the standards and interests of the Toy and Hobby industry. They are looking for a communications intern to join them for 6 months and work in a busy team ensuring their message is out there, nationally and world wide. Experience of working within a public affairs, public relations or communications environment would be advantageous but not essential. Most important is a strong desire to build on your current capabilities within the world of communications.Sound good? You should also try this sector: Public Relations, Digital Marketing and Marketing
Was this helpful? Yes 2