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Here you can see a list of vacancies and opportunities from employers who are seeking to employ Sheffield University Management School students and graduates.

These are just a selection of the opportunities available. To view other opportunities please visit Career Connect via MUSE or on the Careers Service website.

Project Assistant - Green Energy Intern in China

Where: China

Deadline: October 11, 2018

Type: Internship

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The host company for this internship is a start-up specialising in the research, development and sale of environmentally-friendly products. Despite being a recently founded company, the R&D team has many years of experience, especially in the combustion products field. The company has just launched its first product, a portable firewood camping stove aimed at maximising efficiency through using minimum fuel and resources. The dedicated work from the R&D and marketing teams has paid off, with the new product being accepted by the market and showing a vast prospect globally The company has developed a partnership with the UN with the aim of getting the product used in refugee camps in mid-eastern Asia as well as Africa.

Requirements

  • Good English skills, second language is a plus
  • Self-motivated and is willing to take up challenges
  • Good teamwork spirits
  • Good communication skills
  • Relevant experience in the environmental area is preferred

How to apply?

Log in to your Careers Connect account and search Reference ID 'EAZWK' for more information on how to apply.

Future Leaders Programme - Business Operations at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)

Where: United Kingdom

Deadline: October 11, 2018

Type: Graduate

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We are a science-led global healthcare company that researches and develops innovative Pharmaceuticals, Vaccines and Consumer Healthcare products. These help millions of people around the world do more, feel better and live longer.

Our commercial success depends on creating innovative products and making these accessible to as many people who need them as possible. By achieving this, we will be able to grow our business and provide benefits to patients, consumers, society, our employees and our shareholders. We have a significant global commercial presence in more than 150 markets, a network of 84 manufacturing sites in 36 countries, and large R&D centres in the UK, USA, Belgium and China.

What Future Leaders programmes are on offer?

Not only do we want to find the right candidate, we want you to choose a path that’s right for you. Our Future Leaders Programmes are for those who aspire to be leaders, inspire others and relish some of the world’s biggest healthcare challenges. Our programmes are either two or three years long, and usually have 3-4 rotations. This is to enhance the development of your skills through you having immersive exposure to the breadth and depth of our business.Our programmes invest heavily in your personal development to prepare you for a career as a leader. This is achieved through regular discussions with your line manager and support from a wide network of colleagues. However, it is expected that you will also play a pivotal role in driving your development. There will be continuous training opportunities, 70% of this is on-the-job, 20% is through developmental relationships and 10% is through formal training and educational courses.

Requirements

For information on requirements, please log in to your Careers Connect account and search Reference ID "EAZQL".

How to apply?

For information on how to apply, please log in to your Careers Connect account and search Reference ID "EAZQL".

Future Leaders Programme - R&D at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)

Where: United Kingdom

Deadline: October 11, 2018

Type: Graduate

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We are a science-led global healthcare company that researches and develops innovative Pharmaceuticals, Vaccines and Consumer Healthcare products. These help millions of people around the world do more, feel better and live longer.

Our commercial success depends on creating innovative products and making these accessible to as many people who need them as possible. By achieving this, we will be able to grow our business and provide benefits to patients, consumers, society, our employees and our shareholders. We have a significant global commercial presence in more than 150 markets, a network of 84 manufacturing sites in 36 countries, and large R&D centres in the UK, USA, Belgium and China.

What Future Leaders programmes are on offer?

Not only do we want to find the right candidate, we want you to choose a path that’s right for you. Our Future Leaders Programmes are for those who aspire to be leaders, inspire others and relish some of the world’s biggest healthcare challenges. Our programmes are either two or three years long, and usually have 3-4 rotations. This is to enhance the development of your skills through you having immersive exposure to the breadth and depth of our business. Our programmes invest heavily in your personal development to prepare you for a career as a leader. This is achieved through regular discussions with your line manager and support from a wide network of colleagues. However, it is expected that you will also play a pivotal role in driving your development. There will be continuous training opportunities, 70% of this is on-the-job, 20% is through developmental relationships and 10% is through formal training and educational courses.

In an aligned R&D function role, expect to work in areas such as technical excellence, regulatory or R&D operations. You will learn in depth about our processes & workflows, gain understanding around how we make decisions within the R&D function & how we maintain the high-performance standards that we set for ourselves. You might have the experience of leading an end-to-end Regulatory approval process or learn about the life-cycle of our products in the packaging department. Our functional roles require strong analytical skills, an ability to work cross-functionally and a good understanding of the science behind our innovations. We have a variety of fantastic Future Leaders programmes within Research and Development including:

  • Global Clinical Safety and Pharmacovigilance
  • Product Development and Supply (Device Engineer, Extractables and Leachables Scientist, Process Engineer, New Imaging Technologies Scientist)
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • R&D Consumer Healthcare

Requirements

For more information on requirements, log onto your Careers Connect and search Reference ID "QVK3Z".

How to apply?

For more information on how to apply, log onto your Careers Connect and search Reference ID "QVK3Z".

Future Leaders Programme - Manufacturing and Supply at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)

Where: United Kingdom

Deadline: October 11, 2018

Type: Graduate

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We are a science-led global healthcare company that researches and develops innovative Pharmaceuticals, Vaccines and Consumer Healthcare products. These help millions of people around the world do more, feel better and live longer.

Our commercial success depends on creating innovative products and making these accessible to as many people who need them as possible. By achieving this, we will be able to grow our business and provide benefits to patients, consumers, society, our employees and our shareholders. We have a significant global commercial presence in more than 150 markets, a network of 84 manufacturing sites in 36 countries, and large R&D centres in the UK, USA, Belgium and China.

What Future Leaders programmes are on offer?

Not only do we want to find the right candidate, we want you to choose a path that’s right for you. Our Future Leaders Programmes are for those who aspire to be leaders, inspire others and relish some of the world’s biggest healthcare challenges. Our programmes are either two or three years long, and usually have 3-4 rotations. This is to enhance the development of your skills through you having immersive exposure to the breadth and depth of our business.

Our programmes invest heavily in your personal development to prepare you for a career as a leader. This is achieved through regular discussions with your line manager and support from a wide network of colleagues. However, it is expected that you will also play a pivotal role in driving your development. There will be continuous training opportunities, 70% of this is on-the-job, 20% is through developmental relationships and 10% is through formal training and educational courses.

Requirements

For more information, log on to Careers Connect and search Reference ID "3QN7M".

How to apply?

For more information, log on to Careers Connect and search Reference ID "3QN7M".

Future Leaders Programme - Sales and Marketing at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)

Where: United Kingdom

Deadline: October 11, 2018

Type: Graduate

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We are a science-led global healthcare company that researches and develops innovative Pharmaceuticals, Vaccines and Consumer Healthcare products. These help millions of people around the world do more, feel better and live longer.

Our commercial success depends on creating innovative products and making these accessible to as many people who need them as possible. By achieving this, we will be able to grow our business and provide benefits to patients, consumers, society, our employees and our shareholders. We have a significant global commercial presence in more than 150 markets, a network of 84 manufacturing sites in 36 countries, and large R&D centres in the UK, USA, Belgium and China.

What Future Leaders programmes are on offer?

Not only do we want to find the right candidate, we want you to choose a path that’s right for you.

Our Future Leaders Programmes are for those who aspire to be leaders, inspire others and relish some of the world’s biggest healthcare challenges. Our programmes are either two or three years long, and usually have 3-4 rotations. This is to enhance the development of your skills through you having immersive exposure to the breadth and depth of our business.

Our programmes invest heavily in your personal development to prepare you for a career as a leader. This is achieved through regular discussions with your line manager and support from a wide network of colleagues. However, it is expected that you will also play a pivotal role in driving your development. There will be continuous training opportunities, 70% of this is on-the-job, 20% is through developmental relationships and 10% is through formal training and educational courses.

We have a variety of fantastic Future Leaders programmes within Sales and Marketing including:

  • Consumer Commercial Management

GSK Consumer Healthcare is a dynamic business area that creates opportunity for GSK to explore new products and markets. It’s an exciting place to work as we move quickly to launch meaningful innovations and activate our brands based on real consumer insight and need.

  • Health Outcomes

Health Outcomes provides evidence to enable informed decisions to be made by the UK health service, leading to patient access to GSK’s medicines and vaccines. You will learn to provide technical knowledge in health economics, outcomes research and UK national and local payer requirements to demonstrate value.

Requirements

For more information, log on to Careers Connect and search Reference ID "AW67J".

How to apply?

For more information, log on to Careers Connect and search Reference ID "AW67J".

Graduate Development Programme at Peter Brett Associates LLP

Where: United Kingdom - Various

Deadline: October 16, 2018

Type: Graduate

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PBA stands on the outskirts of convention and at the forefront of cutting edge consultancy, delivering trusted advice for over 50 years. Our graduates don’t conform to the ordinary – we design, we advise, we deliver and have a passion for what we practice. It’s that same approach to our clients that will help you succeed on our excellent Graduate Development Programme. This is an invitation for you to apply to join us on an exciting journey. One where you can bring to life a diverse range of projects and work with leading clients.

We recruit graduate each year into our five main business areas, these are:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Transport
  • Buildings
  • Environment
  • Planning

We have two Graduate Pathways available to you at PBA. We do this as we recognise that there may be some of you who know exactly which discipline you want progress your career in, and others who may want to try out a few and see what you like!

Core Discipline Pathway

As a member of the Core Discipline pathway, your two years will consist of working on a variety of projects within your chosen discipline to give you exposure and experience to further your development within your selected career path.

Rotational Pathway

As member of the rotational pathway, you will get the opportunity to try three of our disciplines. Your two years will typically consist of three rotations, firstly spending twelve months in your core discipline and then two six month placements in disciplines where you will build further knowledge of working in a multi-disciplinary practice. Both pathways of the Graduate Development Programme may include a secondment should either the requirement or opportunity present itself. Previous Graduates have found this beneficial in achieving their professional development objectives.

Please note that that rotational pathways may not be available in some of our specialist disciplines.

Professional Development

A vital part of your development at PBA is your progression from graduate to a recognised professional in your chosen discipline. We work with you to offer not just the projects and opportunities to ensure that this happens but also the mentoring and support that you need too. We have capability to offer progression through incorporation, chartership and recognition with institutions such as ICE, IStructE, CIWEM, CIHT, TPP and more.

Requirements

  • Passionate about joining a leading consultancy.
  • Creative, outside the box thinking.
  • Preferabbly a Masters degree attained at a minimum 2:1 degree classification or on course to achieving.

How to apply?

For more information log in to your careers connect account and search Reference ID '3QKL7' for more information.

Logistics Department Manager (Future Warehouse Manager) at Decathlon (China)

Where: China

Deadline: October 16, 2018

Type: Graduate

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Decathlon is one of the largest sports retailers all over the world. Decathlon started with a store in France in 1976. There are more than 1100 stores in 24 countries currently. The company employs more than 80,000 staff from 80 different nationalities.

Decathlon Group is a full supply chain company including design, production, logistics and retail, also owns 26 passion brands, 120 sports. Each brand represents different sports, with a dedicated product development and design team.

Decathlon (Kunshan) Warehouse Co., Ltd. is part of Decathlon Group and responsible for the logistics & warehousing in China, now we have 4 warehouses and more than 1,500 staff and 200,000 square meters warehouse spaces.

Requirements

  • Sports lover.
  • Bachelor or above, overseas experience is a plus.
  • Major in logistics/supply chain/ management or related, have great passion and want to develop in logistics & human management.
  • Good communication skills, on site management experiences or potential team leader.
  • Able to work well under pressure.
  • Fluent in Chinese and English, French will be a plus.

How to apply?

For more details log on to your Careers Connect account and search Reference ID 'D3779' for how to apply.