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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Apply for the Best Microbiology Graduate Jobs
Microbiology graduate jobs are focussed on candidates that have completed microbiology, molecular biology, biology, biological sciences, biomedical sciences or applied biology degree courses. The majority of microbiology career opportunities are laboratory-based and many have a focus on certain specialisms such as immunology or molecular biology.
Microbiology is a field that has made some fundamental discoveries in recent years which has changed the way we fight disease and look at our world. This is a multidiscipline subject and encompasses a range of specialisms such as genome sequencing, pathology, immunohematology, epidemiology and more.
If you are looking for a graduate microbiology job in the UK, then contact STEM graduates today or upload your CV. If you are a female microbiology graduate, then take a look at our sister website STEM Women and sign up to our events.
What can I do with a microbiology degree?
A microbiology degree opens up a variety of jobs in this fascinating field. Whether you want to work in the food industry, in cutting edge scientific research or in healthcare and pharmaceuticals – a career in microbiology can be challenging and rewarding.
There are several microbiology degree jobs that graduates with a relevant qualification may be able to apply for. These are:
- Food Technologist
- Laboratory Technician
- Research Scientist
- Clinical Physiologist
- QA Associate
- Microbiology scientist
- Biomedical scientist
Many of these roles tend to sit within organisations such as pharmaceutical companies, NHS trusts, scientific research institutes, government departments and universities. If you are looking for a microbiologist role within the food industry, most of these jobs will be with food brands and supermarkets.
How to find a microbiology graduate job
If you are looking for a different role – microbiology graduates could consider other avenues such as science communication, journalism, environmental science and ecology. With many transferable skills such as the ability to analyse, experience with using statistical programmes and lab skills – microbiology graduates are highly employable.
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