As part of our continued commitment towards recruiting Graduates/Undergraduates we will be hosting a Lloyd’s Register Marine Student Open Day on Thursday 18 July 2013 in our London offices at 71 Fenchurch Street.
It is intended as an informal opportunity to increase your understanding of Lloyd’s Register and a chance to meet with the graduate team, current graduates and some of our technical experts.
The day will start at 10:45am and will run through till approx 4:30pm; planned sessions include an opening address from our CEO, a talk on a recent Marine case study – and a group exercise in the afternoon.
Up to £100 in travel expenses incurred in getting to the venue will be reimbursed.
If this is of interest to you please forward your CV and covering letter detailing why you wish to attend to the firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do hurry as places are extremely limited.
Humans Invent in partnership with Sharp are offering the opportunity to win a paid internship at Sharp Laboratories of Europe in Oxford. It’s the European Research and Development arm for Sharp, responsible for cutting edge innovations like mobile LCD technology, smart cards, DualView, the ‘lab in the palm of your hand’ and many more that have helped solve a genuine human need. Find them on Twitter…
Discover the Airshows special edition of the High Flyer, the EADS magazine for engineering professionals and students.
From innovation to system engineering, this issue provides exclusive insights into some of the specific fields and technical projects presented on EADS Careers during the ILA Berlin Air Show 2012.
In each issue, the High Flyer covers the key recruitment needs of EADS and its four Divisions – Airbus, Astrium, Cassidian and Eurocopter – making it a useful tool to prepare future job interviews within the Group.
We’re often asked ‘what’s a graduate training scheme’ or ‘how do I apply for a graduate training scheme, and is it too late?’
A graduate training scheme is full-time employment with a major company once you graduate, offering structured management/professional training and development . Schemes usually last between one and two years and may be business or finance-related, HR, IT, engineering, marketing etc. The company may help you with training and support towards your chosen professional body’s recognised qualifications – eg chartered engineer status or professional membership of CIPD for the HR profession.
If you’re a final year or postgraduate student, you can find schemes and graduate jobs advertised on the PCC website, and you can sign up to receive email alerts. Also, register with prospects.ac.ukand targetjobs.co.uk to receive job alerts.
Come in and see us if you want more help in applying for these schemes or want to know more about them.
IAESTE provides paid course-related global work experience opportunities for science and engineering UK undergraduates for 6-16 weeks during the summer in your specialised field, upskilling you for work in a global economy and sharing research perspectives worldwide. Iaeste placements are:
Now’s the time to pick up your copy of TARGETjobs before they all go. Come and collect a copy of Target IT or Target Engineering. These booklets will give you information about each of these job sectors and profiles of recruiters within each job area.
‘Hiring new personnel within specific skillsets is the best method of succeeding as the world’s use of energy changes, according to new research from executive search firm Maxwell Drummond.
The Maxwell Drummond International Energy Survey 2011 – 2011-04-28oil&gassurvey, a survey of business leaders within major oil & gas operators and contractors in Europe, the US, Canada, Asia, Africa, Australasia and the Middle East, reveals 57.6% believe hiring new personnel with the specific skillsets they lack will be the best way to capitalise on the evolving energy mix.’
Extract from Recruiter.co.uk newsletter, 3 May 2011