Tubes and the Houses of Parliament - #HottestjobsintheWorldBlogs
It is very telling that from last week we've nearly got a whole new Top 5 #HottestjobsintheWorld. The competition this time of year is fierce and there are some incredible schemes and jobs out there at the moment. So don't delay, get your applications at the ready and check out this week's #HottestjobsintheWorld...
What you need to know: Working for the Houses of Parliament, not the government, with a competitive salary.
What you need to show: 2.2 degree, IT skills and an interest in the constitution, politics and public policy Perfect careers available if you're interested in: Public Sector and Services The Houses of Parliament, the heart of the United Kingdom, are looking for a determined and proactive graduate to join the Graduate Talent Generalist Programme. This is a varied scheme and graduates can be trusted with a range of duties such as facilitating debates, scrutinising legislation and briefing Members as well as supporting the management of two complex and evolving institutions. There may also be opportunities to travel either in support of select committees or as part of the temporary staff of international parliamentary assemblies.
What you need to know: Locations across the UK, fast paced graduate scheme to lead successful applicants to a world of retail management with a salary of £41,000.
What you need to show: 2.1 degree, full and clean driving license and an enthusiasm to work in Retail management Perfect careers available if you're interested in: Retail, Management Back again, this Aldi role is never far from the Top 5 #HottestjobsintheWorld. And that is because Aldi are a fantastic graduate employer who, when they have chosen their graduate for a position, really support them through each step of the way. Graduates who make it onto the Area Manager graduate scheme are expected to embrace the responsibility from day one and use their team working skills to make sure the entire team is motivated and performing well.
What you need to know: Based in London with a salary of £26,000 working on a range of projects and transport systems
What you need to show : 2.1 degree in a relevant subject and be able to work on their own initiative Perfect role if you're interested in: Environmental and Engineering
Transport for London (TfL) are responsible for keeping the whole of London moving. They are looking for a bright and driven graduate who can help drive some of their projects forward. Successful applicants could be working on a range of things from Ultra Low Emissions Zone to Arboriculture and Landscape Management. To be successful in applying for this role, graduates need to have a relevant degree in environmental studies, however graduates with a project management or business management degrees can be considered if they can see environmental elements.
What you need to know: Based in London, working with a FTSE 250 media company, with a salary of £22,000.
An unnamed company are looking for a numerate graduate with 2.1 degree, who is looking to get started in the business world. Much is of this role is focused around clients and successful applicants would manage of portfolio of around 50 accounts per week for a specific sector or region of the country and work closely with Sales Managers to drive the focus of the sales team onto desirable and lucrative accounts.
And the official #HottestjobsintheWorld is...
What you need to know: Based in London, with a salary of £25,679 and starting a immersive career in investigation and security
What you need to show : 2.2 degree in any subject, confident communicators and have a high attention to detail Perfect role if you're interested in: Research and Analysis, Military and defence and Public Sector It is almost unheard of during this time of year, but this role has managed to trounce competition for a second week and remain the official #HottestjobintheWorld! This is a job that graduates just can't get enough of, remaining in the top three for a third consecutive week. The opportunity to join MI5 on their Intelligence Officer Development programme is something that always excites graduates from across all degrees. In your first two years, graduates undergo their Foundation in Investigative training then can move on to a range of areas for two years like, International Counter Terrorism, assessment, Northern Ireland Related Terrorism, Counter Intelligence (espionage) or cyber intelligence, before becoming a ratified Intelligence Officer.
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