BBC New Talent is a small team based in the BBC’s Academy in Birmingham which runs entry level schemes for broadcast sector talent across the UK. It’s a great way into our industry and right now they are looking for lawyers.
Two legal training schemes are open now! The first scheme starts in September this year and the second in September 2019. They are open to anyone who has or will have the LPC and who has the passion and talent to succeed in broadcasting.
Applicants need to be bright, commercially-aware and understand issues that impact on making great television, radio and online content. They need to be informed and creative.
To find out more:
Legal Trainee Scheme bbc.co.uk/lts
Or contact scheme leader: Maria.Kell@bbc.co.uk
The London Job Show is taking place at Westfield Shopping Centre, Shepherds Bush on Friday 31st March & Saturday 1st April.
Over 50 organisations will be promoting thousands of job vacancies.
This is a fantastic opportunity to meet some of the nation’s best employers, such as Civil Service, Allianz, Liz Earle, Booking.com, Apple, Paddy Power, Ask Italian and their huge variety of vacancies on offer ranging from entry level to senior executive.
A full list of exhibitors can be viewed here
For more information, please visit www.londonjobshow.co.uk
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DHL Consulting is currently looking for Management Consultants
Join the OneDay with DHL Consulting online event on 29 March to learn more about the offers and ask your questions during an interactive live session.
For more information and to apply visit the link below.
U&I Lifestyle and Gemmedia are hosting an event at Villandry, St James’s (Mayfair) on Saturday 24th June.
This is a great opportunity for any career-driven women, to learn more about the business world and meet some motivational and influential female business-leaders.
All female students who wish to attend will receive 20% off the ticket price, with the discount code “diamonddoll”.
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Do you want to become a teacher?
This event offers an opportunity to meet with a number of schools and Alliances across London, offering a variety of School Direct teacher training and recruitment opportunities. There will be experts on hand to speak to you regarding suitability and the possibility of financial incentives and bursaries.
Saturday, 29 April, 10.00 am – 1.00 pm
Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School
89 Addison Road
London W14 8BZ
Link for ticket:
The Law Society is fully committed to attracting the most able candidates into the legal profession and to promoting equality at all stages. As part of its drive to promote diversity at entrance level, the Law Society has developed exciting careers events to offer advice and support to mature students and/or career changers aspiring to become solicitors.
- Preparing mature students/career changers for the solicitors’ profession
27 April, London – Free
Reminder that applications for DAS for the 2017/18 academic year opened on 6 February 2017. Funding, mentoring and work experience is available for students from non-traditional backgrounds seeking to start the LPC in the autumn. www.lawsociety.org.uk/das
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Could a career in project management be for you?
For fresh graduates, a career in the exciting world of project management might be your dream job, or perhaps you feel it would make a logical role for you, given your personality and leadership skills.
Project managers can earn an excellent salary, with experienced project managers earning a comfortable £40k – £70k, and it is intriguing to learn that their salary is very much dependent on sector, years of experience and even location.
Managing a team and seeing a successful project take shape can all be very rewarding, and project managers often get to travel and work with many different people.
Interested? Download the Project Manager Salaries ebook by Knowledge Train to discover how much you could be earning as a project manager.
The aim of this careers fair is to provide individuals – either those interested in entering the sector, professionals within the sector that are early in their careers, or mid-career professionals from other fields looking to enter into the sector – with a better understanding of what skills are required and what opportunities and pathways are available to begin a successful humanitarian career.
There will be representatives from a number of NGOs present who will be available to answer questions from attendees on career or voluntary opportunities within their respective organisations, as well be available for networking more generally. The panel discussion will allow attendees to listen to prominent NGOs from the sector discuss what it’s like to work in the sector, pathways for entering the sector, and their best advice for career progression. Following which there will be a chance for drinks and further networking opportunities.
The event is taking place at IStructE, 47-58 Bastwick St, London EC1V 3PS, and is free to attend. The link below offers a summary of the event and the option to register: