Research Executive role available

rdsi are a full service market research company based in the centre of Leeds and are  looking for an enthusiastic, team minded individual to join their bustling team in a qualitative Research Executive role. Previous experience not necessary but would be an asset.

Duties will include:

  • Attending brain storming sessions
  • Literature review and desk research
  • Some note-taking and observing of fieldwork
  • Filming/Editing videos/Vox pops
  • Project set-up, admin and management
  • Offering project support to the wider team

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Win a KPMG internship and £1000 of travel vouchers

80 Days is a fun and immersive challenge where players compete to race hot air balloons around the world.

The rules are simple and the winner is the person who circumnavigates the world in the fastest time, having successfully completed 10 challenges along the way.

Anyone can play but only those people who are currently enrolled on a degree course at a UK university will be eligible to compete for the prize.

OneDayWith Shell – IT Graduate Programme

Shell is currently looking for talented graduates for their exciting three-year IT Graduate Programme.

The programme is open for graduates (including the class of 2014) in ICT, computer sciences, business, economics and other relevant fields – the only condition is that you have to be interested in pursuing a career within the IT sector and speak fluent English.

On 11 July, you can join the online presentation “IT Challenges today at Shell: Big Data and Cybercrime” followed by the interactive chat with recruiters and managers from Shell. Use this unique opportunity to get in touch directly with professionals from Shell.

You can find more information on the website

Graduate Profile of the Month

July’s profile is Jamie Young. Jamie graduated in 2012 with a BSc (Hons) and DIS in Architectural Engineering and Design Management. He now works for Morgan Sindall as a Design and Bid Manager

Where are you now?

I now work for Morgan Sindall, who are a major contractor. I am a Design Manager and Bid Manager mainly working on tenders up to £20 million and live projects up to £15 million. My main jobs include managing a team of people to produce a tender for a client, as well as ensuring that the design is efficient, cost effective and complies with regulations.

How did you get there?

My course was always very focused on design management and that was the career path they always suggested that we take. The important part of the course was its uniqueness, which fits in with the role. The role very much matches the course.

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