Friday, May 23, 2014

TARGETjobs career advice weekly roundup

We hope everybody is looking forward to the bank holiday weekend – here’s our weekly career roundup to make the weekend even better!

As always I will start with next week's internship and graduate job deadlines:

Summer and graduate internships and placements to apply for now, with application deadlines coming up next week - apply here.

There are graduate job deadlines coming up fast in a range of career areas here on, from financial services and insurance to engineering, IT and sales. Click here to apply now!

Job opportunity

Now, do you like what we do? Do you also have a passion for events? Then apply to be an Event Promotions Executive and join our team here at TARGETjobs!

As an Event Promotions Executive, you will
  • Develop your communication skills
  • Gain hiring and management experience
  • Be responsible for planning and executing your own event attendance
  • Demonstrate you can exceed targets
  • Learn from a hands-on marketing team
  • Get you own company car!

If this sounds interesting to you then why not apply now! We currently have four opportunities available so don't miss out on working for a fun, inspiring and prestigious company.

On to our latest career advice articles..

If you're thinking of applying to Arup then we can tell you all about their interview process. Over the years, many students have asked TARGETjobs questions about succeeding at the Arup UK graduate recruitment process – whether at careers events or via social media. So we spoke to Aman Rai, graduate recruitment adviser at Arup, to get answers to your most frequently asked questions about applying to the firm. Read here to find out what questions they’re likely to bring up.

Now the interview is the second and final stage of the Arup graduate recruitment process in the UK, read this article to find out what Arup interviewee's are looking for in a successful candidate and find out how this could be you!

Are you interested in working in construction and property development? If your answer is yes then have a read of our article for application tips on how to apply for a graduate role with BAM Construct UK Ltd.

If you have decided to apply for a graduate position with BAM then we can tell you all about the interview process. The graduate recruitment process at BAM Construct UK is pretty simple: if you are successful at the application stage, you will usually be asked to participate in a telephone ‘screening’ interview and attend up to two face-to-face interviews. 

Members of the graduate recruitment team usually conduct the telephone interview. They will also sit in on at least one of your face-to-face interviews, which are usually led by senior managers in the region or sector you’d be working in. Read more on this topic here.

This article is for all the law students - Once you’ve submitted your targeted and proofread training contract applications before the July deadlines (having read all our handy applications advice on, of course), you’ll hopefully  be invited along to a law firm’s assessment centre. Find out in our article 'Be your best self in a law assessment centre group exercise' what we learned by being a fly on the wall at a Reed Smith group exercise – our advice applies to all law assessment centres. 

Did you know that GlaxoSmithKline was the most popular science recruiter at the TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards 2014? Maintaining their remarkable track record. The pharmaceutical company has won this award for as long as it has been up for grabs. So what is the secret of GlaxoSmithKline’s enduring popularity? If working in Pharmaceuticals is your desired career then have a read of our article 'The key to GlaxoSmithKline's popularity? Students who want to help'.  Find out why GSK is such a popular company amongst science undergrads. 

That's all from me this week! 
Best of luck with any applications that you make this week.

Have a great weekend.

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