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- The London Graduate Fair – Wednesday 21 June 2017
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- A great opportunity for students who are looking for advice on getting into a teaching career
- Met Detective Recruitment
- M88 on Guardian’s Digital Graduate Scheme – Disability deadline extended!
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Come along to The London Graduate Fair – the biggest and best national graduaterecruitment fair in London this summer.
- Wednesday 21 June 2017, 11:00 – 18:00 at Senate House, University of London
- Meet over 70 prospective employers and postgraduate training providers from a wide range of sectors
- Free Presentation programme
- Free CV Surgery
- FREE TO ATTEND
- Open to all
PRE-REGISTER FOR FREE NOW
All Senate House public areas are wheelchair accessible and we provide a sign language interpreter. Large print format documents can be requested in advance. If you have any specific requirements please email email@example.com.
ICSA have the following opportunities for graduates to experience company secretarial and governance roles.
ICSA Advance – trainee and work experience roles for uni students and grads https://www.icsa.org.uk/knowledge/governance-and-compliance/icsa-advance
ICSA student open evenings – students come to listen and I hope be inspired . Talks by deputy , assistant and trainee cosecs about their day to day role, and a specialist recruiter about preparation, routes in, work /life balance , and of course salary. – Next date – 1st Nov 2017.
One Day shadowing
ICSA/DMJ Insight days – Companies host 6 – 15 students for half a day , different members of their company secretary team chat through their roles , with interactive workshop element. https://www.icsa.org.uk/knowledge/icsa-advance-insight-days
AGM invites – This will give insight into a very important event in the cosec calendar the AGM.
ICSA careers talks – ICSA bring 2/3 young company secretaries to chat through the role, how they got in, how they’ve progressed, and why they love their job. Its really infectious to hear people talk about their career so positively.
The Hertfordshire Schools Show 2017 is an exhibition of local schools and academies, where these institutions will be bringing along any open vacancies they have for teaching staff.
The Hertfordshire Schools Show 2017 will include inspirational talks by industry professionals, workshops and a comprehensive exhibition of schools and academies in the county.
This event will allow current PGCE students or even university alumni to engage with educational establishments looking to recruit new teachers, as well as talk with experienced educational professionals who can offer first-hand career advice and guidance.
Whether you’re a first-time student just looking for advice, or a teacher of ten years looking for a new opportunity, this event is for you!
Where: The St Albans Arena, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL1 3LD
When: Saturday 2nd Sept. 2017
Met Police is giving people without previous police experience the chance to join us as a Trainee Detective Constable.
You’ll begin with 18 weeks’ intensive training. Your training will include familiarisation visits to operational police buildings and coached visits to CID and safeguarding teams– putting your initial learning into practice – before being assigned to a borough where you’ll continue to develop the skills and knowledge required to become a Detective Constable.
You’ll develop quickly and will follow the Professionalising Investigation Programme (PIP), accredited by the College of Policing. You will investigate crimes as a PIP1 investigator, which deals with volume and priority crime such as theft and burglary, and later, PIP 2 – covering more serious and complex crime. You’ll undertake further advanced detective training once you have passed the National Investigators Exam. Every case means planning investigations, gathering evidence in different ways, interviewing suspects and securing witness statements. You’ll work towards securing evidence to charge, prepare files and handle court proceedings – all while learning about key legislation. You will have the opportunity to work in a safeguarding team working with partner agencies to keep people safe, protecting the vulnerable and ensuring that dangerous offenders are kept under control. Not only will you pick up the experience to take on a role that helps keep London safe, you’ll get to do it with a supportive and collaborative team.
Met Police is looking for people from all backgrounds, and all walks of life. You might be a graduate, ready to start your career. Or you might be working and looking for something more rewarding, challenging and impactful. However, you’ll need to hold a level 6 degree, or be an undergraduate expecting to achieve one. And due to the nature of the role, it’s important you have the right personal skills to excel. These include having a positive drive, the resilience to cope under pressure, an investigative mind, problem solving skills, great communication skills, and the emotional awareness to care for victims and witnesses. After all, they’re the people you’re doing this for. And the reason you’ll strive to make London and its local communities a safer place for everyone.
Starting Salary : £22,896 plus £6,711 London allowances
Apply Now : https://www.met.police.uk/detectivepathway
Closing Date : 28 Jun 2017
This competition celebrates graduates who have excelled in university, offering some great prizes to the very brightest and best.
The prizes have been designed to help graduates kickstart their career.
The winner will receive:
- A £1,000 cash prize
- The opportunity to intern at a top UK company
- Money towards additional courses, to brush up on skills that you missed out on during your degree
- A Career Coach session, to help put you on the right track to reach your career goals.
This is an annual competition, and this year entries must be in by June 30th, with the winner announced on July 14.
Entries can be made at https://www.adzuna.co.uk/graduate-of-the-year
This event will take place on Saturday 3rd June – 11am – 4pm at London Aquatics Centre, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2ZQ
You will get the opportunity to speak to some of our people about what it’s like to be a Lifeguard/Recreation Assistant with GLL as well as our range of benefits and great social scene.
If you can’t make it on the day, visit their website to find out more and apply:
www.glljobs.org and search Recruitment Open Day.
*All pay rates are subject to skills, experience, qualifications, age and location. GLL is an equal opportunities employer.
It’s Nice That The Graduates 2017, is now open for entries until 2nd of June.
Back for its ninth year, The Graduates is the chance to showcase the most exciting students graduating from UK art and design courses, presenting a range of talented graphic designers, photographers, illustrators and more.
Students are encouraged to enter their projects, and if picked will:
- have a whole feature written about their work and an interview with them on the site, reaching our monthly audience of over 1 million users
- feature in a prime slot on the homepage during our one-day Graduates takeover of the site
- become a part of our network, opening opportunities to interact with the It’s Nice That team
For the application form, please see here.
MetTemps offers both paid work within the University and voluntary roles within local charities or community organisations.
As a part of our new program, ESOL Project we aim to teach English to Tower Hamlets’ residents and equip them with essential English literacy skills. We currently need to fill the English Teacher Position in our office in Canary Wharf. It’s a great opportunity for those looking to gain teaching experience.
We currently need to fill our Voluntary HR Officer position in our office, in Canary Wharf, on a part time or full time. Travel and lunch expenses is included.
We currently need to fill our Voluntary Data Analyst position in our London office, Canary Wharf, on a part time or full time basis.Travel and lunch expenses are covered.
We currently need to fill our Voluntary Graphic Designer position in our London office, Canary Wharf, on a part time or full time. Travel and Lunch expenses are covered.
We currently need to fill our Voluntary MS Officer Trainer position in our office in Canary Wharf on a part time basis. Lunch and travel expenses will be covered.
Lifetime Learning is currently providing a variety of courses and opportunities for the residents within and outside of Tower Hamlets, of which most of our courses are completely FREE.Our charity provides opportunities to support individuals to acquire sustainable employment through the development of skills, knowledge, social well-being and experience. We are looking for passionate and enthusiastic individuals who share and understand our thoughts and views to help us achieve our goals. We currently need to fill our Voluntary Social Media Marketing Officer role on a part-time or full-time basis.
Join the ReachOut team and change a young person’s life. At ReachOut we work with young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, providing them with a mentor who can act as a positive role-model in their lives. Could this be you??
Event Volunteer at the Great Newham London Run. Feeling like doing something incredible and changing people’s lives in the process? Be part of the Great Newham London Run and join our volunteer team on 2 July 2017 and unite with our team of runners in the fight against dementia.
Project assistant managers ensure that a project is completed on time and within budget. Projects are usually separate to usual day-to-day business activities and require a group of people to work together to achieve a set of specific objectives and plan according to strategic planning.
In order to be successful for this role, the candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in accounting, economics or finance. The successful candidate has to have a love for mathematics and accounting. The candidate should be able to think quickly with excellent communication skills.
We are looking for volunteers to help our members have a summer they will not forget at our action packed summer camp! You will be supporting children and young adults with learning disabilities take part in lots of exciting camp activities such as campfires, treasure trails, night time activities, swimming, day trips to the seaside and much more. Volunteers will also be providing care for our members with their day to day routines.
Cara (the Council for At-Risk Academics) is looking for Student Ambassadors from across the UK to represent Cara’s activities at your university. This role would suit students looking to gain experience in the non-profit sector and those with an interest in academic freedom and human rights.