Brightrecruits.com is a recruitment service that connects employers from different industry sectors with jobseekers who have a background in Physics and Engineering.
Published by the Institute of Physics, brightrecruits.com highlights the many different career opportunities available to physics graduates.
Brightrecruits.com provides comprehensive job listings and recruiter information, and a powerful search tool for finding relevant job vacancies.
At all stages of your career - whether you’re an undergraduate, graduate, researcher or industry professional - they can help find the right job for you.
Google is inviting applications to their Building Opportunities for Leadership and Development (BOLD) Immersion Program - Europe from any current students expecting to graduate in 2014.
In September 2012 selected students will travel to Google offices in their country of studies to get a rare glimpse into the online industry, career opportunities at Google and valuable professional and peer networks. Venues this year are Paris, Dublin, London and Hamburg. Full details are at the link above.
The deadline for applications is 31st July 2012.
If you are blind or visually impaired and need help to put together your application, please contact Robin Spruell at email@example.com or telephone 0207 588 1885.
“I never thought I’d be able to study at Cambridge, now I’ve got the chance.”
If you meet the criteria below, you could be eligible for the John Crook Scholarship to study for a second degree at St John’s College, Cambridge.
The scholarship would cover all costs, including fees, and would provide a grant of at least £1,080 a month for living expenses for the duration of your course.
If you are…
…then find out more and download an application form here or call the Tutorial Office on 01223 338789.
From Monday 11th June to Friday 13th July the OU Careers Advisory Service is running an online forum for Social Science and Psychology students wanting to plan their next career steps. The forum will be moderated by 3 careers advisers. You can post a question, provide help to other students, or just come in and browse.
Questions asked on previous forums included:
* What career options are available with a Social Science qualificiation?
* How can I get into a specific branch of Psychology?
* How and where can I get relevant work experience?
* What are the benefits and financial implications of further study?
* Is age a problem for career changers?
To access the forum, go to the Careers Workspace using your OU computer username and password.
The forum will be open for 5 weeks and will then become read-only for a further 12 months.
This is a great opportunity to get your questions answered by a qualified careers adviser. Hope to see you on the forum.
The Careers Advisory Service
The Graduate Recruitment Fair
13th & 14th June 2012
10.30am - 4.00pm
The Armitage Centre, Manchester
Graduates from any subject, any university welcome.
More exhibitors than any other UK graduate jobs fair.
Different exhibitors each day.