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.
Where: England - South Yorkshire
Deadline: June 16, 2018
About the role:
Trainee Data Management Analyst - Permanent - £15,000
This role is perfect for a recent graduate who achieved grade A-C in Maths and English. You do not need any experience, just a passion for learning ideally wanting a career within data management!
The following are the essentials to apply for the role:
A full job spec will be provided once your application has been reviewed
How to apply:
Please email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Where: UK - multiple
Deadline: June 22, 2018
About the Company:
Main business: Finance (incl. accountancy, insurance, pensions and fundraising) - Professional Services organisation
About the Role:
Our graduate training programme is underpinned by a development framework that broadens and deepens your knowledge. You'll learn from hands-on coaching and an outstanding variety of work, picking up business, personal and technical skills you can use across the network, and throughout your career.
Using complex financial and statistical theories to calculate the likelihood of events - anything from a natural disaster to a wholesale IT system failure - you'll work out what that means financially for clients. It's highly technical work and it's made all the more challenging by the fact that you'll have to present your complex findings in simple, easy to understand ways.
* from up to three A Levels (excluding General Studies) or equivalent, taken in the same academic year and achieved at first sitting. Must include B or above in A Level Mathematics or equivalent
How to Apply:
For more information and to apply please visit Career Connect and search Reference ID 'DNLJG'
Where: Greater London
Deadline: June 28, 2018
Valiance, a leading private equity firm is looking for an Investment Manager with solid management/strategic consulting and/or operational experience. Valiance focuses on investing growth capital in exceptional businesses supported by long-term trends: growing and ageing population, need of better and more efficient healthcare, global demand for richer food, etc. Valiance investments are primarily in Life Sciences in Europe and the US. Valiance also has a separate investment in Brazil in relation to farmland transformation
In Life Sciences, our strategy is to invest in late-stage companies where we take significant positions associated with strong governance (incl. Board seat). We typically invest either i) in clinical stage companies where a very disruptive and differentiated technology has gathered sufficient evidence and support to partially de-risk the investment or ii) in businesses about to start their commercial roll-out after several years of inward-facing technology development. At this turning point, companies tend to encounter two main difficulties which we have become experts at addressing – the difficulty to find ‘smart’ capital to fund the growth phase as well as the necessity to reinvent themselves through the addition of talented human capital at Board, Management and Team levels.
For more information on requirements, please log in to Careers Connect and search Reference ID "Y9YKV".
How to apply?
For more informaiton on how to apply, please log in to Careers Connect and search Reference ID "Y9YKV".
Deadline: June 30, 2018
We’re the people who use our big boxes to make a massive difference. We believe in the positive impact of power and the ability to control temperature. We believe what we do opens up opportunity and creates potential for individuals, communities, industries and societies over the world. We believe when we work together we can do anything. We believe in the power of our team. We’re the people who keep the lights on. And we recruit the best talent, too. Our four values help us get even better at what we do. It’s the Aggreko way of working – we call it Always Orange. Always Orange means:
Being dynamic: We’re nimble and are always ready to react to an ever changing world
Being expert: We know our stuff, we’re great under pressure and we thrive in our busy, fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. We use our experience to make a difference. We know how to challenge and we have the courage of our convictions
Being together: We play for Team Aggreko and value the expertise of everyone around us. We’re accountable and we hold others to account
Being innovative: We never miss an opportunity to learn, to look out, or to be better.
This role is created to maximise the contact between the customer and Aggreko so orders are closed and opportunities created, whilst the external sales team are actively seeking new opportunities. The internal sales person will work as part of a small team comprising 3-4 external salesmen, and manage opportunities and orders created within that team. The aim is to create more time for external sales to produce new, value added business and revenue growth.
As Aggreko have a large proportion of infrequent and lapsed accounts (x customers), the IS will be responsible for routinely contacting them to create opportunities and make Aggreko the first choice should a requirement appear. This will create time for the external salesman to focus on value added customers and new sales.
How to apply?
Log in to your Careers Connect and search Reference ID 'EABNM' for more information on how to apply.
Deadline: July 1, 2018
We redefine epic every day at Babcock. Epic is the scope and scale; the nuts and bolts; and the bread and butter of our business. We’re the UK’s leading engineering support services organisation – a FTSE 100 company with revenue of circa £4.8bn in 2016 and an order book and pipeline of over £30bn. We work on projects that intrigue, engage and inspire our people, day in, day out. Epic is in everything we do – from nuclear, defence, energy, oil and gas, and education to rail, mining, construction, marine, technology and air travel. Basically, we work on all the complex, critical, cool ‘stuff’.
We play a significant role in building aircraft carriers with 60-Wimbledon-tennis-court-size flight decks. We maintain vehicle fleets that make the equivalent of over 130 journeys to the moon and back every year. We provide technical training to all three Armed Forces. We decommission major nuclear licensed sites. We ensure the availability of defence and civil fleets of all kinds. Our reputation for exceeding expectations has seen our service offering expand across five continents and we’re still growing. Whatever the project, our business is based on trust and proven by delivery.
Delivering these epic projects takes a cast of thousands. Our global team is circa 35,000-strong, offering clients a depth and breadth of expertise that makes us unique in our industry. We design, we build, we manage, we operate, we train, we maintain and we decommission. And because we do, some of the world’s biggest companies and governments are able to continue providing vital services that the world relies on every day.
Every epic engineering project is also a big business project. Which is why we have opportunities for graduates from a number of degree subject. The graduates on our business management programmes tackle the same incredible range of epic projects as our engineering and science graduates. They provide operational management or core services ranging from accountancy to bid management to IT.
To find out more about what you’ll be doing on each of these programmes, please visit our website for more details: http://babcockgraduates.com/business-management
What you'll get out of it
We’re passionate about learning. And we encourage our people to pursue professional development. Depending on the programme, we’ll support you to achieve this. We’ll also give you a competitive starting salary of £27,000 - £30,000.
What you'll need
For most of our business management programmes, you’ll need at least a 2:2 degree in a related subject and in some cases a 2:1 degree in a related subject. We’ll also be looking for the ability to analyse problems and create solutions, together with strong relationship-building skills and a proactive, hands-on approach. You’ll also need to satisfy the Ministry of Defence’s (MOD’s) security requirements (and may need to complete a medical assessment).
How to apply
Log in to your 'Career Connect' account and search Reference ID '53413' for more details and to apply.
Where: England - Multiple
Deadline: July 7, 2018
Enterprise Rent-A-Car is the largest rental car company in the world. We have over 90,000 employees and over 9,000 locations globally including U.K and USA. Enterprise operates over 1.7 million vehicles worldwide, has annual revenues of more than $19.5 billion.
Job Requirements and Benefits
Ideal candidates will have a background in sales, management, marketing, retail, hotel, restaurant, tourism, or customer service. Candidates must have the motivation to excel within a busy sales and customer driven environment. A university degree is in any subject is required, a valid driver's licence is a must.
Enterprise is recognised as one of the United Kingdom's leading management development organisations by allowing you to run your own business, hire and manage your own team, and gain crucial business training in a very short period of time. The Management Training programme is often referred to as a "business school crash course" because from day one, you will actively participate in everything from sales and marketing, to customer service, to accounting and finance.
How to Apply
For those interested in our nationally-recognised Management Training programme, please apply on our website which has all the opportunities around the Country: https://www.enterprisealive.co.uk/
Where: South East England
Deadline: July 12, 2018
Kick-start your career by joining a fast-growing team delivering high quality analysis and consultancy to the Defence, National Security and Commercial markets. Joining Roke as a Graduate Consultant gives you the opportunity to be part of a successful team that is delivering real change to high profile customers including the UK Army and Home Office. From day one, we’ll make full use of your skills and stretch and develop your abilities, working as part of a team solving a range of challenging customer problems from organisational change through to options analysis.
You’ll be asked to learn and share in a collaborative, innovative and stimulating environment to create high impact outcomes. You’ll have the chance to understand and exploit Roke’s world class heritage in communications, networks and sensors and use our market leading capabilities in areas such as benefits modelling and data visualisation. You’ll work with world leading experts on a range of interesting problems, benefit from competitive salaries, inclusive and interesting training and a stunning location.
You'll be joining an organisation with a formidable reputation in the industry renowned for defining, guiding and developing new capability for UK and international markets. Based in the beautiful Hampshire countryside you'll not only receive an exceptional benefits package, but enjoy a fantastic quality of life.
How to apply?
Log in to your Careers Connect account and search Reference ID 'D3GGX' for more information on how to apply.
Where: England - Greater London
Deadline: July 16, 2018
About the Company:
Firmstep is the leading customer service software provider to the UK Public Sector. We are passionate about helping organisations improve their service and make savings.
About the Role:
Other assignments may be undertaken as opportunities arise.
How to Apply:
For more information and to apply please visit Career Connect and search Reference ID 'QV4O8'