Chocolate Marketing and Land Research - #UndertheRadarBlogs
Back again this week, with 5 more incredible #UndertheRadar jobs. This week we've got a mix of Architecture, Supply Chain and Logistics and Creative Marketing all ready for graduates who might have let these excellent roles pass them by. Because that's what the #UndertheRadar top 5s are all about, bringing you the best jobs that might have jumped out at you straight away but are offering a great career. So for graduates who want something different, check out this week's fantastic and unmissable #UndertheRadar jobs! What you need to know: Trainee programme working in Supply Chain solutions, £28,000 plus benefits.
What you need to show: 2.1 degree in Maths or Engineering, strong problem solving skills and commercial awareness. Perfect if you're interested in: Consultancy, Distribution and Logistics and Engineering
The Manhattan Associates Graduate Programme has now been launched and it really is the first place graduates should consider if they are looking for a career in Supply Chain. But alas, as it is not the flashiest industry going, and is better the less you notice it, the Manhattan Associates Graduate programme it has arrived in this week's #UndertheRadar. The role is a complete training programme to equip appropriate graduates with all the skills they need for a rewarding career in Supply Chain.What you need to know: Creative Marketing Agency, based in Central London and with a salary of £21,000
What you need to show: High levels of organisation, self motivation and excellent communication Perfect if you're interested in: Advertising and Public Relations, Media and Marketing
Chocolate are a central London creative marketing agency and they are looking for a keen and motivated graduate to join them as a Project and Account manager. The company have clients across sectors including Retail, Food, Finance, Property and Sustainability and the successful applicant is expected to join in across these areas. To be successful graduates need to show passion for retail and food brands, be able to meet with clients to scope out projects and then work toward specific targets and goals.
What you need to know: Based in Cheshire, working with a strategic housing land promoter with a salary of £24,000 What you need to show: 2.1 degree, geography related degree and interest in urban geography Perfect if you're interested in: Architecture and Construction and Property
The role of a Urban Geography researcher is not the run of the mill job and that's exactly the reason it has ended up in this week's #UndertheRadar top 5. The role's duties will require you to have skills and ability to research new land opportunities throughout the UK with a particular emphasis on the south west, midlands and south east. In return for working at Gladman Developments, the successful applicant will be given a £24,000 salary, pension contributions, a free 3 course lunch daily in our bistro as well as an Option to work a 9 day fortnight giving a long weekend every second week.
What you need to know: Based in London, with a salary between £24-30,000 to engage senior executives in lead generation campaigns
What you need to show: Desire to meet and achieve goals, ability to build lasting relationships and effective problem solving. Perfect if you're interested in: Consultancy, Sales and Management
CEB are a world's leading member-based advisory company. They are offering proactive and confident graduates a complete sales training programme to become world-class sales professionals and build successful careers. This programme focuses on building up key skills like strategic thinking, business writing, and problem solving skills. Some of the duties for successful applicants will include: prospect and make outbound calls to business leads and qualified companies to meet sales goals and partner with Sales Executives and Account Managers to create customized plans for sales territories, support sales cycle success, and drive urgency.
What you need to know: Support through a three year Accountancy training programme, based nationwide with a salary between £18,000 and £26,500
What you need to sho w: 2.1 degree, strong communication skills and the ability to work well in a team Perfect if you're interested in: Accountancy HAT Group of Accountants are looking to create the next generation of Accountants. The most important and the reason it is included in this week's #UndertheRadar top 5 is that you are given the best of both world: early responsibility that comes from training with a small or medium-sized accountancy firm as well as a highly reputable three-year training package. As well as this, HAT Group of Accountants, full paid study leave is given and approximately 24 weeks are spent at tutors during your training contract.
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