Technology: Consulting & Project Management
The world of project management is varied and fast-paced. The role of a project manager is found across almost all industries and sectors. It is also a job that does not always require a specific type of degree. While graduates of business and project management degrees are an obvious choice, having one of these degrees is not a pre-requisite. Employers of graduate project management jobs are generally looking for a certain skillset that includes:
* Excellent organisation skills
* Interpersonal skills, including the ability to motivate people
* Strong communication and organisation skills
* The ability to make decisions under pressure
* Industry and technical knowledge of the project
Roles within project management can include:
* Assistant project manager
* Business change manager
* Junior/senior project manager
* Project coordinator
* Project officer
There are a number of project management graduate schemes across the country and in many industries including nuclear, finance, construction, mining and technology to name but a few. To stay ahead of the game sign up to receive our project management job alerts.
Graduate technology jobs
At STEM, we specialise in bringing graduates of science, technology, engineering and maths subjects together with employers looking for those with STEM qualifications and skills. Technology has changed our world and those with the right technical skills are in high demand. There are a number of graduate technology jobs that include:
* IT/application analyst
* Data analyst
* IT consultant
* Games developer
* Network engineer
* SEO specialist
* Software engineer
* Web developer
* Web designer
This is, of course, not an exhaustive list and there are many other job roles available in technology. Technology is so prolific in our lives that every business in every sector uses some kind of technology. For graduates, this means there are a wide variety of roles in almost every industry from finance to resources to charities.
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Forensic Science Graduate
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As a leading recruiter of graduates with STEM degrees, we help organisations find talented forensic science graduates. A fascinating industry, forensic science encompasses a number of roles, both within the traditional field of forensic science and in other associated fields, where skills such as attention to detail and an enquiring mind are an essential skillset.
Forensic science graduate jobs are often related to laboratory skills and attention to detail. There are opportunities in some forensic science degree jobs to work on criminal cases as a forensic scientist, and also positions that are in other areas of biological research.
Forensic science jobs can be found in both the private and public sector. Currently, most criminal forensic services are outsourced, so many traditional forensic science roles are now with private companies. However, some forensic science graduate jobs can be found with the police force, the Ministry of Defence, the intelligence services and in universities.
What forensic science graduate jobs can I go for?
There are a number of roles that forensic science graduates can apply for, which include:
- Crime scene investigator
- Forensic recovery officer
- Forensic casework manager
- Forensic analyst
- Forensic computer analyst
- Digital forensic analyst/investigator
- Laboratory technician
- Forensic scientist
Many forensic science graduates will have learnt the skills that employers are looking for while studying their degree. A skillset that is desirable to employers of this type can include:
- Methodical approach to work
- Detail orientated
- Analytical skills
- Lab skills
- Working in a team
Another key skill for forensic science graduates is the ability to communicate, as you will have to write up reports and potentially present your findings to a room full of people. Depending on the type of forensic work you undertake, you may have to deal with upsetting and unpleasant situations.
How to find forensic science jobs
Of course, the above list of forensic science jobs is not exhaustive; there are other associated roles that you could consider, such as police officer, detective, biomedical scientist, science writer, teacher and many more. If you are looking for your first graduate job then upload your CV today.
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