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Our partners are recruiting! Check out all their open roles below, and join their careers fair sessions to ask any questions about the application process, the interview, and the types of candidates they are looking for.

 

The roles below are arranged in order of their closing dates, from the soonest to the latest, and will be kept online for as long as they are available with our partners. Don’t miss out — apply now!

Open roles with all our partners (by closing date)

Saturday 31st October

IBM — 12-month University Placement

 

To begin with, you should be interested in taking a year out as part of your degree and to be on target for at least a 2:1 in your honours degree. You must also be in your penultimate year of study and be authorised to work in the UK for the whole placement too. Whilst you don’t need a specific degree background to apply, you do need to be enthusiastic, with plenty of energy and passion for the areas of our business that you’re applying for.

Never fear, if you haven’t studied business or IT, we’re all about the person, not about their background. University Placements are for a minimum of 1 year and must form part of your degree – normally prior to the final year of study. Roles include Business, Design, Finance, HR, Marketing, Technology and Software Development.

To find out more, register your interest below. 

Follow @lifeatIBM for regular updates.

Register

IBM — Graduate Scheme

 

At IBM, we offer various consulting, technology and design graduate roles to kick-start your career in the industry. You’ll work on real projects, with real clients, all whilst being supported to gain as much as possible from the experience.

Whilst you don’t need a specific degree background to apply, you do need to be enthusiastic, with plenty of energy and passion for the areas of our business that you’re applying for. Never fear, if you haven’t studied business or IT, we’re all about the person, not about their background.

To find out more, register your interest below. 

Follow @lifeatIBM for regular updates.

 

Register

Macquarie — 2021 EMEA Graduate Programme

 

Joining the Macquarie Graduate Programme, you’ll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the financial services industry and build the technical skills and knowledge that will help you kick start your career.

During this 12-month programme, you’ll be encouraged to examine problems from every angle, challenge the status quo and come up with new and innovative ways of progressing our business while being supported by a diverse team.

You’ll join the Graduate Programme where you’ll develop and utilise new skills while sitting side-by-side with our business leaders, learning on the job and working on transactions from day one. You’ll develop your technical skills and business knowledge, as well participate in internal and external training with the opportunity to build your network.

You’ll also be encouraged to give back through the Graduate Volunteer Network and the Macquarie Group Foundation which provides support to hundreds of community organisations each year through financial support, volunteering and skills sharing.

 

Apply now

Sunday 1st November

KPMG — Graduate Audit: Technology Audit Programme

Various UK locations.

Technology underpins many of the most influential organisations in the world. It enables the biggest business decisions and connects people around the globe. The opportunities that technology provides are matched only by its potential threats and risks – and this is where we come in. Our 3 year graduate programme is designed to offer audit work experience, exposure and the support you need to secure a successful career in Technology Audit (Information Risk Management). We will help you to develop your technology, process and data audit skills, commercial acumen and gain a flair for business to enable you to deliver quality outcomes and real value results. As a graduate, it provides a solid grounding for understanding IT. Whilst you don’t necessarily need to be a technical guru (our current graduates have degrees in a variety of subjects), we are looking for individuals who have a desire to get involved in a variety of projects. Most importantly, you’ll have an appetite to learn about technology and how we can best support audit engagements in assessing IT control environments.

 

Apply now

KPMG — Graduate Audit: Empowered/Intensive Programme

Various UK locations.

By joining KPMG’s Audit team, you’ll help to build the confidence and trust that business and society needs. Like the organisations they work with, KPMG is embracing change with new ways of working and innovative technology unlocking opportunity in a digitally-driven age.

In return for all your hard work, you’ll benefit from a structured graduate programme underpinned by world-class training and development to help you achieve your professional qualifications (fully funded).

You’ll also be part of a supportive, diverse and collaborative culture where you’re encouraged to make a difference through volunteering days and community initiatives. Everything you need to build a stimulating and rewarding career.

 

Apply now

KPMG — Audit Vacation Programme

Various UK locations.

From your first day on KPMG’s undergraduate Audit Vacation programme, you’ll experience how – like the organisations they work with – are adapting and evolving to build the trust and confidence our economy needs to thrive.

During your time with KPMG, you’ll work with some of the brightest minds in business. You’ll be part of our supportive community, where you’ll develop new skills and enjoy new experiences to take with you on your career journey. At the end of your time with them, you might even find yourself fast-tracked towards an Audit graduate programme.

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Senior Youth Worker, Hertfordshire County Council

Location: Hertsmere

YC Hertfordshire Services for Young People is the primary provider of youth work; information, advice and careers guidance; work related learning and work experience to young people in Hertfordshire.

The Service is a key contributor to the prevention and early intervention / early help agenda including Hertfordshire County Council’s aim of supporting young people to make a successful transition to an economically independent adult life.

Apply now

Senior Youth Worker, Hertfordshire County Council

Location: Three Rivers

YC Hertfordshire Services for Young People is the primary provider of youth work; information, advice and careers guidance; work related learning and work experience to young people in Hertfordshire.

The Service is a key contributor to the prevention and early intervention / early help agenda including Hertfordshire County Council’s aim of supporting young people to make a successful transition to an economically independent adult life.

Apply now

Occupational Therapist, Hertfordshire County Council

Location: Stevenage

We recognise the critical role that Occupational Therapists play in transforming care services from a traditional model of support to one that enables and enables people to live more independent and fulfilling lives. Enablement Occupational Therapists work with our enabling care providers, to ensure individuals achieve their chosen goals and are able to fully participate in the life they chose to live.

Our ConnectedLives model puts choice, independence, enablement, and citizenship at the heart of everything we do. For occupational therapists, this is fully aligned with our core belief that people cannot truly be well if they cannot participate fully in their lives.

Apply now

Assistant Customer Service Supervisor, Hertfordshire County Council

Location: Hertford

Working as part of a team, you will deliver excellent customer service to library customers, ensuring all information, services and resources are available and promoted to members of the public.

The successful candidate will have:
– Skills and abilities to support the Library Manager to actively supervise the team, including staff timetabling, training and development.
– Support staff appraisals, and act as senior on duty as and when required.
– Ability to compile, maintain and provide effective returns for monthly financial and statistical information.
– Actively engage with the delivery and promotion of all frontline services in the Library and outreach activities as required.

Apply now

Monday 2nd November

Children's Information & Advice Officer, Hertfordshire County Council

Location: Hemel Hempstead

This role involves responsibilities such as:

The children’s information and advice officer contributes to work to ensure that children and families get the right response to the concerns raised within an appropriate timeframe and by the right agency.

The primary areas of responsibility are to be the key point of contact for all concerns raised from various sources and to accurately record key elements of concerns raised.

To identify needs, with management direction and support, to assess threshold of risk and understanding of the different tiers of service provision.

To make full use of a range of computerised systems, gather and accurately record information to inform the manager decision on how to progress the contact or referral.

Apply now

Residential Support Worker, Hertfordshire County Council

Location: Stevenage

At Scarborough House we are proud of supporting adults with varying disabilities to give them the platform to maintain independence in their lives.  We help them to get the most out of life.  As part of that team you will support them throughout the day by giving both practical and emotional support.  In return we’ll give you all the training, support and development opportunities you need to make the most of this rewarding role and achieve your individual goals in life.

Women Only for Care Homes: We wel­come ap­pli­ca­tions from every­one ir­re­spec­tive of gen­der, however as women are cur­rently un­der-rep­re­sented in this particular area, we would en­cour­age ap­pli­ca­tions from mem­bers of this group. Ap­point­ment will be based on merit alone.

Hertfordshire County Council are also recruiting for a Senior Residential Support Worker.

 

Apply now

Residential Senior Waking Night Support Worker, Hertfordshire County Council

Location: Stevenage

At Scarborough House we are proud of supporting adults with varying disabilities to give them the platform to maintain independence in their lives.  We help them to get the most out of life.  As part of that team you will support them throughout the night by giving both practical and emotional support as well as support to the waking night team you are working with.  In return we’ll give you all the training, support and development opportunities you need to make the most of this rewarding role and achieve your individual goals in life.

Apply now

Wednesday 4th November

People and Wildlife Officer, Hertfordshire County Council

Location: Hudnall Park

Are you interested in working with young people and their families to develop and deliver engaging nature-based experiences that support participants’ emotional wellbeing and facilitate practical conservation volunteering opportunities?

YC Hertfordshire, in partnership with the Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust, has launched an exciting new project ‘Go Wild at Hudnall’, funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Apply now

Friday 13th November

YCH Youth Support Worker in Charge LGBT+, Hertfordshire County Council

Location: Based in Hertford with a county-wide delivery

Do you have experience or the passion to support and develop programmes for LGBTQ young people?

At Hertfordshire County Council, we are passionate about ensuring the best outcomes for every member of our community. Many of our local young people are excelling in life, but others face a myriad of challenges and concerns. As such YC Hertfordshire Services for Young People plays an essential role in helping these individuals develop the personal, social and emotional skills they need to succeed in life.

Apply now

Sunday 6th December

Residential Child Care Worker, Hertfordshire County Council

Location: Hertford, Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire County Council are opening a new children’s home in Hertford and are looking for Residential Childcare Workers and Senior Residential Childcare Workers. We want the best for our children and want them to be closer to their families and the communities that they know, living in high-quality homes that are designed around them.

The Hertford home, Bright Skies House, is an innovative model to support children who require intensive support.

We understand the importance of getting it right for our young people and offering them the best we can be. You will join a hands-on and committed team and have great access to training and a full multi-agency support network including health and education colleagues.

We understand the impact of trauma on children and are passionate about helping these young people find their strengths and explore what they want to achieve with their lives. We believe in nurturing positive relationships and are wholly dedicated to never giving up on a child. Bright Skies House is a uniquely dynamic and supportive place to work.

Apply now

Sunday 8th November

Community Learning Disability Nurses, Hertfordshire County Council

Location: Stevenage

Would you like to make a real difference to people with learning disabilities and their carers through working in an award-winning community nursing service? If you do this is your chance to be involved with an innovative and progressive nursing service with a range of nursing roles and opportunities for career progression.

You will be working within an Adult Disabilities health and social care team and supporting health partners such as GPs and other health professionals to improve the health of people with disabilities. You will be developing relationships with wider health partners to address the health inequalities for people with learning disabilities identified through the LeDeR Reports and increase the uptake of health initiatives by people with learning disabilities and their carers. You will have access to a range of training and on the job training to enable you to develop as a practitioner and take part in projects with partners such as NHS England.

Apply now

Sunday 15th November

Macquarie — 2021 EMEA Summer Internship Programme

Joining the Macquarie Summer Internship Programme, you’ll have the opportunity to gain insight into the financial services industry and build the technical skills and knowledge that will help you kick start your career.  

Your 9-week programme will start with a tailored induction week providing you with the skills and knowledge we think you need to be successful.  Over the course of your programme, you’ll sit side-by-side with business leaders and have the opportunity to work on live projects and transactions from day one.

You’ll gain valuable experience and insight into your chosen business area, working closely with your team. You’ll also get on-the-job experience and hands-on training to help set you up for a successful career once you complete your studies. Many of our Summer Interns receive offers to join our Graduate Programme the following year.

We know it’s the unique perspectives, ideas and experiences that all of our people bring that have contributed to the success of our organisation. With our people representing 68 nationalities and speaking more than 70 languages, we focus on inclusiveness and respect. No matter your background, we’re united by our focus on excellence and innovation.

To be eligible for our Summer Internship Programme you must be in your penultimate year of study.

Apply now

Thursday 31st December

Youth Support Worker, Hertfordshire County Council

Location: Stevenage, Welwyn Hatfield or North Herts

At Hertfordshire County Council, we are passionate about ensuring the best outcomes for every member of our community.  Many of our local young people are excelling in life, but others face a myriad of challenges and concerns such as being at risk of gang association, mental health worries and unemployment.

Our targeted youth service plays an essential role in helping these individuals develop the personal, social and emotional skills they need to succeed in life.  With a focus on targeted prevention and early intervention in order to reduce the necessity for specialist involvement further down the line, this service is important in providing high quality informal education opportunities for young people who are challenged in education, their home lives and beyond.

Apply now
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