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 Neuroscience Graduate Jobs
We work with many employers who are looking for neuroscience graduates, postgraduates and those with a PhD to work in roles as diverse as consultants, research assistants and in medical writing. We work with a number of graduate employers who recruit for neuroscience jobs with an Undergraduate, Masters or PhD qualification to work as consultants or research assistants. Once qualifing with a Neuroscience degree from a university going into graduate neuroscience jobs or a neuroscience career as a neurologist is the obvious choice for many graduates.
Neuroscience is a rich and fast-moving industry, which covers a number of sub-disciplines that include developmental, cognitive, molecular, cellular, behavioural and clinical neuroscience. While there have been many exciting discoveries made in neuroscience thus far, there is still much more to discover. We provide a defined number of neuroscience graduate jobs on our website from top employers around the UK. These are the most sort after neuroscience degree jobs because of the choice of employers we recruit for. Apple for our jobs in neuroscience today.
What can i do with a neuroscience degree?
There are an array of roles you can do with a neuroscience degree. Jobs in neuroscience are varied and offer neuroscience graduates an exciting career in an industry that is developing and evolving constantly. Roles in this field include:
- Clinical sciences
- Regulatory affairs, policy and research
- Academic administration
- Science communication
- Research assistant
- Science reporter
- Medical writer
- Pharmaceutical researcher
- Forensic neuroscientist
This is, of course, not an exhaustive list and there are a whole host of other job opportunities within this fascinating industry with employers such as:
- Educational institutions
- NHS and private health companies
- Biotechnology companies
- Pharmaceutical organisations
- Charities and not for profits
- Media organisations
- Medical devises industry
- Technology companies
Neuroscience is a discipline that is usually on the cutting edge of scientific and technological research. The type of skills you may have acquired during your degree, such as research skills, problem-solving, and laboratory skills, can be highly desirable for employers.
Whether you are looking for a neuroscience job in London, Liverpool, Manchester or Scotland, we have many employers looking for graduates with neuroscience degrees. So whatever level of study you have achieved, we may be able to help you find your first, or even second, role in the fascinating world of neuroscience. Upload your CV today.
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Neuroscientist salary UK
The average salary of graduate neuroscientist is around £25,000 - £35,000 depending on where and how experienced the candidate it. A neuroscientist salary can reach up to £100,000 a year.
How to find a Neuroscience graduate job
Browse our list of neuroscience graduate jobs today. We work with several top UK neuroscience employers who are looking for graduates and postgraduates.
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