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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.

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Client Services Executive at JobLab

Where: Central London

Deadline: October 31, 2017

Type: Graduate

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Warc is a vibrant, fast-growing organisation and we are looking for smart people to join our team. Warc is an online service offering advertising best practice, evidence and insights from the world's leading brands. Warc helps clients grow their businesses by using proven approaches to maximise advertising effectiveness. We are seeking an enthusiastic and confident Client Services Executive to support our Commercial team.The aim of the Client Services Executive is to ensure an excellent onboarding experience for our new clients during their first 1-3 months with us and then throughout their first year (and potentially beyond). You'll be working with clients on both the agency & brand side and will be their main point of contact at Warc.

The Client Services Executive will work closely with other members of the Client Services team to ensure achievement of the overall EMEA client renewal rate targets. The suitable candidate will also be expected to generate incremental revenue from existing clients where possible and use our internal systems to record, in a timely manner, accurate details of our relationships with clients. If successful, you will join an expanding, globally-focused company with offices in London, Washington, DC and Singapore. The role is full-time and based in our central London office.

A full job description can be downloaded at http://www.warc.com/AboutUs.info#jobs

Requirements

  • Previous experience in a B2B client facing role.
  • Enthusiasm when talking to people and building relationships.
  • Clear and concise communication skills.
  • Drive and determination to hit targets.
  • Experience of working with database/CRM packages.
  • Undergraduate degree qualification.
  • Natural inclination to ensure emails/powerpoints are to a high standard.

How to Apply?

Log in to your 'Career Connect' account and search Reference ID "qvgdn" for more details and how to apply via JobLab.

Account Executive at NMPi

Where: Greater London

Deadline: October 31, 2017

Type: Graduate

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Rather than a long list of job responsibilities, we thought we’d give you an insight into a typical day of an Account Executive at NMPi.

Miranda graduated in 2016, and has been with NMPi since April 2017.


9am Performance Checks on my accounts – anything from Kim Kardashian ripping a seam on a dress to Wayne Rooney switching clubs has massively affected our campaigns in the past.
10am Problem Solving – how can I improve my Pay Per Click campaign performance? Maybe my ad copy isn’t quite cutting it, maybe a keyword isn’t performing well and I’m bidding too much. There are hundreds of factors which could affect campaign performance, it’s my job to discover what’s hindering performance and how it can be improved. One minor optimisation could make all the difference to my accounts bottom line.
11am Client Servicing – it’s important to make sure my clients are fully updated on campaign performance and are made aware of the latest developments and market trends, whether it be over email, on calls or face to face.
2pm New Client Onboarding – Our team is rapidly expanding with new brands signing up all the time. When a new client gets assigned to me I’m responsible for setting up everything from tracking to campaign structure to client servicing arrangements.
3pm Keeping Up With The Industry - It’s important for me to know what our competition and other people in the industry are doing. I stay updated with several websites and blogs to make sure nothing gets past me.
4pm Growing My Accounts – I continue to share opportunities with my clients to drive their performance, whether that be in new territories, new campaigns, or even new channels altogether like Display & Social Media.
5pm Team Meeting- Sharing New Ideas – Being creative is an important part of the job, sometimes trying something completely new in terms of targeting strategy or campaign structure can cause a big change in performance. It’s important we share the results (good or bad!) with each other for the benefit of the entire team’s performance.

Perks

Pension, health care, gym membership, annual bonus- after passing probation. Snacks fridge, drinks on a Friday.

Salary

£22,000 per year

How to Apply

Please apply via this link: https://app.joblab.com/vacancy/12395

Graduate Sales Consultant at JobLab

Where: Greater London

Deadline: October 31, 2017

Type: Graduate

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AMPP Group is a rapidly growing technology company with a fun and vibrant culture. AMPP is seeking an exceptional individual to join our rapidly growing team as a Graduate Sales Consultant.

The role is 100% telesales so you will need to have excellent communication skills and conduct yourself in an assured and professional manner, with the confidence and knowledge to develop new business relationships at the C-Suite level. The successful candidate will have an entrepreneurial attitude to defining a growth role and be interested in making a genuine impact on a rapidly scaling organisation. The successful candidate will be provided full training, with the opportunity for rapid advancement.

Requirements

  • 6-12 months of sale experience.
  • Confident and authoritative speaker.
  • Excellent presentation skills.
  • Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team.
  • Strong negotiation skills.

How to apply?

Log in to your 'Career Connect' account and search Reference ID "XEYGV" for more details and how to apply via JobLab.

Graduate Programme at Deloitte

Where: United Kingdom

Deadline: October 31, 2017

Type: Graduate

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Your first career move really matters. Choose Deloitte’s scheme for talented graduates, and you’ll be off to an amazing start. This is where you can make an impact; here you’ll lead the way as far as you want to go.

What does the Graduate Programme involve?

The Deloitte Graduate Programme is a first step on a professional career with a highly respected firm. It’s a world-class training scheme, as well as a permanent job that’ll earn you a market-leading salary and benefits.

From the moment you join, you’ll be treated as a Business Advisor, valued for the unique contribution you make and the fresh ideas you bring. You’ll work directly with clients on projects that have a very real and meaningful impact on their success. As well as gaining a recognised professional qualification, you’ll develop the kind of rounded business skills that will serve you well regardless of where your future takes you. And you’ll get all the support you need to become the leader you know you can be.

You can join one of nine graduate programmes, each focused on a different kind of role:

What kind of work would I be doing?

Each of our graduate programmes has a different focus. If you join our Audit & Assurance programme, for example, you’ll learn how to advise clients on their accounting systems and controls, ways to improve them and reduce risk. Whereas, in Technology, you’re more likely to be designing new systems or developing IT strategy. And in Tax Consulting, as you’d expect, you’ll become your clients’ expert in all things tax-related. You get the idea.

All of our projects are about problem solving, which we think happens best when we work collaboratively. Throughout your graduate training and entire career, you’ll connect with colleagues across different teams, to tackle the trickiest challenges for our clients.

With more projects focused on technology and the latest digital developments, we approach every client with a clear eye on the future. It’s that vision that enables us to help the biggest businesses make some of their biggest decisions.

You’ll get to work with, and learn from, some of the world’s best business minds, discover how to build trust with clients, and become an expert in your field.

For more on the day-to-day duties of Deloitte Graduates, see our programmes: Audit & Assurance, Business & Financial Advisory, Cyber, Governance, Risk Advisory, Human Capital, Real Estate, Strategy & Operations, Tax Consulting and Technology.

What about learning and development opportunities?

Our programme for graduates is all about learning and development. As well as time off to revise for your professional qualifications, there’s focused classroom study and e-learning opportunities. You’ll have 1:1 coaching and designated Deloitte appraisers, mentors and buddies to support you at work. Plus the technical and skills training you need to move your career on further down the line. Not to mention the invaluable experience of working on live projects.

As you’d expect, the specific training you’ll get depends on the kind of role you choose. And we’ll do everything we can to help you succeed and lead as an expert in your field. After all, it’s our expertise that our clients pay for.

For more information, click on Learning and Development for our Graduate Programme.

Will there be a permanent job at the end of my graduate training?

Yes. This is a permanent job that’s all about progression. Once you show us how talented and dedicated you are, you’re welcome to stay on in your team or move to a different area of our business. You’ll have lots of options. The scheme is aimed at giving you a rounded professional experience and the confidence to go wherever you want to take your career.

How can I make an impact beyond my work?

Being part of Deloitte means being part of the world around us. We positively encourage you to volunteer and get involved in the local community. We even have a day a year for this – our Corporate Responsibility Day. It’s your chance to get out of the office and make a difference.

And how’s the social life?
We’re a very friendly firm, with many opportunities to get involved in social events. You can join societies of all kinds, ranging from sports teams to a choir, and join in at regular team events or drinks. At Deloitte, everyone’s invited.

Who can join the Graduate Programme?

You don’t have to be in your final year of university or just graduated to apply, you could be working already or studying for your masters.

How to apply:

Whether you’re a final year university student or have already graduated, are working or studying for your masters, you can apply now.

Commercial Graduate at Renishaw plc

Where: South West England

Deadline: October 31, 2017

Type: Graduate

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Graduates applying for this position should have studied in disciplines such as Business Management, Marketing, International Business Studies, Operations Management, Manufacturing, Engineering or any other near equivalent courses. Candidates from non-engineering disciplines are expected to show a strong interest in technology and engineering and can also demonstrate commercial acumen and excellent communication skills. As a Commercial Graduate, you will play a key role in ensuring Renishaw remains a market leader.

The commercial stream spans a variety of disciplines that support the commercial operations of Renishaw and supports recruitment into corporate divisions, manufacturing, product divisions and subsidiaries.

Graduate Scheme

During your time on our graduate scheme, you will rotate throughout different areas of the business. Some examples of these rotations include but are not limited to:

  • Business Operations: an opportunity to work within a manufacturing environment supporting supply chain activities or in the corporate function such as Human Resources, Finance or Intellectual Property.
  • Marketing Communications: responsible for the creation of the marketing collateral used to publicise Renishaw's products worldwide. This can include digital content creation, email marketing, video and animations, sales brochures, technical documentation, news articles for industry journals, plus demonstration equipment and graphics for exhibitions.
  • Product Marketing: working with R&D project teams to develop the specification and business plans for future products and products currently in development.
  • Sales / Business Development: working in a corporate function supporting many critical elements from market and financial analysis, operations, and web channel developments.

What you will gain

Depending on your specialism, Commercial Graduates will develop an understanding of:

  • Commercial processes including marketing and sales
  • Situational analysis and problem solving
  • Commercial activities surrounding the customer requirements
  • Collaborative working practice
  • Resource and time management
  • Understanding of product lifecycle and manufacturing techniques
  • Understand the intended use of our products and how they benefit the customer
  • Market and financial analysis
  • International exposure to the commercial operations of Renishaw subsidiaries

What you will need

  • High standard of verbal and written communication (including presentation skills)
  • Collaborative, and keen to share information, knowledge and skills
  • Able to identify the goals of any project and work towards them
  • Prioritise and plan work effectively
  • Work under pressure when required
  • Basic understanding of product lifecycle and manufacturing techniques
  • Strong interest in technology

Promotion in this stream can lead to more senior positions within a product division, corporate function or sales subsidiary.

Upon successfully finishing the scheme, commercial graduates have taken on permanent roles in business development, product marketing, marketing communications and sales development.

Benefits

When you join Renishaw, we're committing to your future career. That's because we believe in developing our people's skills and promoting them internally. We also offer a benefits package that's highly desirable, including a 9% non-contributory pension, discretionary annual bonus and pay reviews, subsidised onsite restaurant, free parking and sports and leisure societies. Of course, we appreciate there’s more to work than the office, so we also offer 25 days holiday, Life Assurance and BUPA Renishaw Health Trust.

How to apply:

Please apply through this link: https://careers-renishaw.icims.com/jobs/1491/commercial-graduate/job

Sales Support Executive at JobLab

Where: Greater London

Deadline: October 31, 2017

Type: Graduate

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Your role will be to assist the sales team in all "after sales" functions. To liaise with clients, assist in creation of digital marketing campaigns, dealing with brand owners, retailers and key business partners. You will enjoy being busy and working in a fast paced environment. There is the opportunity to progress into other sales and marketing based roles.

You will be given the training, flexibility, autonomy, and tools needed to grow within your role and beyond. We want driven, hard working….yet imaginative people who will go beyond what is expected and bring new ideas to the table. For this, you will be handsomely rewarded!

About FanFinders
We're a profitable self-funded 3-year-old company with a multi-million-pound turnover, operating in the UK and USA and growing at over 200% per year. We are disrupting large marketplaces in multiple countries and continue to grow.

Requirements

  • Highly IT literate with the Microsoft packages.
  • Proactive in improving processes.
  • Happy dealing with all levels of staff.
  • Meticulous eye for detail.
  • Able to successfully support the sales team.

How to apply?

Log in to your 'Career Connect' account and search Reference ID "aw28g" for more details and how to apply via JobLab.

Customer Development Graduate Scheme at Associated British Foods UK Grocery

Where: Various - United Kingdom

Deadline: October 31, 2017

Type: Graduate

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Associated British Foods UK Grocery is the organisation behind many of your most-loved brands; Twinings, Patak’s, Blue Dragon, Kingsmill, Ryvita, Silver Spoon, Jordans Cereals, Elephant Atta, Levi Roots and lots more! Theyr seven different graduate schemes, in Engineering, Customer Development, Marketing, HR, Procurement, Supply Chain and Technical, which give you the chance to work in one or more of our UK Grocery businesses. You’ll have a real job from day one, get buckets of training and development and plenty of support to help you flourish. ABF UK Grocery are people-focused and relaxed culture, and are looking for graduates with drive, humility, great judgement and a passion for continual learning to join them from September 2018.

Requirements

  • Passionate about achieving results.
  • Motivated to make things happen.
  • Comfortable using information to make strong, clear business decisions.
  • A hunger to learn and develop.

How to apply?

Log in to your career connect account and search Reference ID "awxmg" for more details on how to apply.

Finance Graduate Scheme at Morrisons

Where: United Kingdom

Deadline: October 31, 2017

Type: Graduate

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Why Morrisons?

As the UK's fourth largest supermarket and the UK’s second largest food manufacturer Morrisons is a great place to start your career. Our size and scale mean that you can move across teams and that there’s always a new challenge to sink your teeth into. Your career can be as broad and varied as you want it to be.

Why Finance?

With an eye on the future and our finger on the pulse of what’s going on in our business, Finance play a key part in the big decisions at Morrisons Morrisons has a wide variety of Finance roles, touching all parts of the business. A career in finance is varied and challenging: We provide the business with vital management information and analysis. We support change programmes and capital expenditure projects. We look after our cash, accounts and working capital, control costs, produce forecasts, deliver insight and manage supplier reporting and supplier payments. We also believe in growing our people. Regular talent and succession planning gives everybody the chance to build their experience, develop their skills and progress their career at Morrisons. Twice a year, we also have ‘people weeks’ where we all get involved with communications, training, networking and fun activities.
Morrisons Finance Graduate Scheme There is more to our Finance Graduate scheme than meets the eye….Our scheme is designed to give you a solid platform for building the career you want, providing a thorough understanding of the business and developing our leaders of the future. Our Finance Graduate scheme runs for three years, during which time you will:

  • Work in three distinct roles allowing you to experience three different areas of the business and build a rounded skill set.
  • Benefit from an industry leading study support package that will see you study toward the CIMA qualification.
  • Support your wider development of business and leadership skills equipping our graduates to become our leaders of the future.
  • Have opportunities to take part in company-wide graduate projects throughout your time at Morrisons, allowing you to grow your network outside of Finance and to gain a strong understanding of how the business works.

Requirements?

  • A 2:1 degree or above.
  • Strong commercial understanding.
  • Great communication skills and the confidence to build strong relationships across the business.
  • The drive to go far and become an inspirational leader with a fast-paced retailer.
  • An appetite for challenge, are hardworking, full of bright ideas and enjoy seizing the initiative.

How to apply?

Applications for our 2018 scheme are now open, with assessment centres starting in November 2017 Visit our early careers website at https://www.morrisons.jobs/our-teams/early-careers.