Find Vacancies

Here you can see a list of vacancies and opportunities from employers who are seeking to employ Sheffield University Management School students and graduates.

These are just a selection of the opportunities available. To view other opportunities please visit Career Connect via MUSE or on the Careers Service website.

Filter type

Graduate Opportunities at Jaguar Land Rover

Where: Unknown

Deadline: November 30, 2017

Type: Graduate

View more

About Jaguar Land Rover:

Jaguar Land Rover has delivered tremendous growth that has seen us invest heavily in our business in recent years, whether that be into the creation of our amazing products, infrastructure or facilities. And the momentum carries on.

Our continued success lies in our ability to deliver the next generation of ever more advanced, desirable but sustainable products that delight and excite our customers in over 150 countries worldwide. We can only do this if we attract, develop and retain the best talent to deliver our ambitious plans. We must recruit the next generation of innovators who will shape the future of our company and the wider industry. We have demonstrated our commitment to graduate recruitment and development by consistently recruiting significant numbers of graduates and undergraduate placement students into the business.

About the Programme:

Over the last five years, around 1,500 graduates and over 700 placement students have joined us on their journeys into their careers and are making a real contribution, and in fact, many of our former placement students ultimately return to join us as graduates. Please take the time to read through the brochure to understand the variety of career opportunities that we offer.

The organisation provides a stimulating backdrop where you can begin your professional career and where you will have the ability to grow, whilst contributing to our continued growth and success.”

GRADUATE OPPORTUNITIES
– Product Engineering
– Manufacturing Engineering
– Commercial Engineering
– Engineering Quality
– Design
– Purchasing
– Human Resources
– Finance
– Marketing, Sales & Service
– Supply Chain & Logistics
– Analytics
– Corporate Strategy
– Property

Please visit the website for the full details of individual programmes

http://www.jaguarlandrovercareers.com/jlr-roles/future-talent/graduate/

Undergraduate Placement Year at REED

Where: England - Multiple

Deadline: December 1, 2017

Type: Placement Year

View more

About Reed Specialist Recruitment:

Main business: HR and recruitment

Founded in 1960, REED now operates in Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific. REED has more than 3,000 permanent employees working across 425 business units, in 180 locations worldwide.

REED is passionate about the environment, has an award-winning environmental programme and continues to maintain its Carbon Neutral (R) status and commitment to being Carbon Responsible.

About the progremme:

The REED work placement year is designed to give undergraduate students, such as yourself, invaluable office-based work experience through a one year placement at our industry-leading company.

With the graduate job market becoming increasingly competitive, leaving University with industry experience in addition to your academic grades is more important than ever. That’s why REED is now offering full-time students from UK universities the chance to experience the working world with the UK’s favourite recruiter.

Your placement year will be completed as either a Resourcer or an Account Executive. In these roles, you will be responsible for sourcing high calibre candidates to fill current and potential new vacancies from clients. In return for your hard work, you will receive a bonus for each candidate that you source that is successfully placed alongside receiving industry-leading training at our Business School in the heart of the Cotswolds, listed as one of the most beautiful places to study in the world.

By the end of the year, you will see a huge development in your organisational skills, your communication skills will soar and your ability to build effective relationships will be second to none, ensuring you are ready to excel in your final year of university!

If that isn’t enough to sway you, you should know that once you have successfully completed your placement year, you will receive a provisional job offer to come back and join REED once you have completed your degree!

All applicants must:

  • Be eligible to work in the UK on a full time basis ( we cannot offer Visa Sponsorship)
  • Be studying full-time at a UK-based university
  • Be geographically flexible as this allows us to offer you the widest range of opportunities
  • Be target-driven, resilient, ambitious and possess excellent communication skills

Our benefits include:

  • A competitive base salary of £18,000 (£22,000 in central London)
  • Uncapped bonus structure for successfully placed candidates
  • A structured training programme at our business school Support and mentoring advice from both senior management and graduates
  • Provisional graduate job offer

How to apply:

Please apply via the website: https://workforus.reedglobal.com/Work_Placement_Year-3555.html

12 Month Undergraduate Placement at Pareto Law

Where: Wilmslow and London

Deadline: December 2, 2017

Type: Placement Year

View more

About Pareto Law

Pareto is the UK’s largest and most successful graduate assessment, placement and training organisation. We are market-leaders in our field, pioneering an innovative approach and a unique philosophy toward sales enhancement. Now, we are seeking top-level undergraduates to help shape the future of our business as we continue to expand. Joining Pareto Law means gaining access to some of the leading business to business sales organisations across the UK and abroad.

For graduates, we are recognised as the leading provider of lucrative careers in a fast paced environment and packed with rewards. Every year, we place thousands of successful candidates into their perfect graduate role. Whether they are looking for hundreds of like-minded graduates in a multinational blue-chip organisation or to find their perfect fit within an entrepreneurial SME, Pareto has the access to a huge variety of leading companies in the UK and abroad.

Examples of clients

  • Virgin Media
  • BT
  • Oracle
  • IBM
  • Edmundson Electrical
  • Autotask
  • Barclaycard
  • American Express

Graduate Management Team

Life at Pareto begins with our Graduate Management (GM) team. Following your initial induction and training on our recruitment and assessment day process, your typical day-to-day responsibilities will include:

  • Recruitment – Recruiting graduate candidates to assessment days; undertaking telephone interviews and providing pre-assessment support to identify potential sales talent and secure successful candidates
  • Assessment Days – Assisting with the running of our competency-based assessment centres, getting involved in the preparation, assessment and evaluation process to find the very best graduate sales talent
  • Bespoke Projects – Working with some of our largest clients such as Virgin Media, American Express, Barclaycard and BT as well as smaller clients from across a range of industry sectors, recruiting the right candidates to match their specific needs and market

Things you can expect during your year with Pareto:

  • You will be working with a market leading, international company which will give you invaluable insight into the way a business works
  • You will learn the responsibilities of project management – you will build and manage a portfolio of graduates
  • You’ll see what it’s like to work with clients from SMEs to Global Blue Chip organisations (e.g. Virgin Media, Blackberry etc.) – sometimes working on projects worth over £100k!
  • By the time you leave, you will have a wealth of commercial acumen as well as the ability to build strong relationships with ease
  • You will have the opportunity to spend time with other areas of the business in quarterly rotations (e.g. Marketing, HR)
  • You will have full exposure to our market leading training courses (e.g. The Fundamentals of Selling / High Impact Presentations)

Training

  • Trained on the Graduate Management function throughout your first few weeks at Pareto by the GM Team Leaders
  • Full induction of the wider business, including inductions from Marketing and HR – which includes an insight into Pareto Perks – our award scheme for all employees
  • In addition to on the job training, you will also receive modular training from our dedicated team of sales trainers, who have an invaluable wealth of experience from the corporate world
  • Weekly 121 sessions with your Manager, as well as quarterly reviews with Directors from around the company
  • Mentor scheme, giving you the benefit of working closely with an experienced member of the Pareto Team.

Culture and Incentives

  • Competitive salary with a fantastic OTE that matches graduates!
  • Full bespoke training
  • Company nights out on a quarterly, monthly and weekly basis!
  • Themed office days (e.g. sports days, pajama days etc.)
  • Drinks in the pub every Friday
  • Tight knit, social team
  • Company holidays
  • Opportunities with Pareto after you have graduated
  • £19k Wilmslow (OTE £30k)/ £22.5k London (OTE £32.5k)

What we are looking for

  • Undergraduate preferably studying a Business related degree (this is not essential; all degree subjects considered)
  • Excellent verbal / written communication skills
  • Competitive and self-driven
  • Personable and confident

How to apply:

Please email your CV to htraynor@pareto.co.uk with the subject 'Year in Industry - Pareto Law'

2018 Fund Services Summer Analyst Programme (Glasgow) at Morgan Stanley

Where: Scotland

Deadline: December 3, 2017

Type: Internship

View more

About Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley is more than a leading financial services firm. With offices spanning 43 countries and talented, passionate people bringing excellence and integrity to everything we do, the firm is truly global. Throughout the firm’s history, diverse and talented individuals have worked together to develop our new ideas and groundbreaking financial products for the benefit of clients.

Using the Firm’s proprietary technology platform, Morgan Stanley Fund Services (MSFS) provides a full range of fund administration services including daily accounting and financial reporting; transfer agency and investor services; middle- and back-office support; and integrated portfolio analytics. MSFS is supported by more than 700 professionals based in New York, London, Dublin, Mumbai, Bangalore, Glasgow and Hong Kong.

About the Programme

The Programme is a paid, full time summer internship, that provides interns with a thorough overview of our industry, and the challenges and opportunities one can expect from a Morgan Stanley career, in addition to serving as a pipeline into our Full Time Fund Services Analyst Programme.

Training begins with a Firmwide induction along with peers from other divisions of the Firm. This is followed by a series of sessions delivered by Talent Management. In addition to the initial training, Summer Analysts will also receive considerable on-the-job training, a series of “Lunch & Learns,” networking events and work-shadowing opportunities.

Your Responsibilities

As a Summer Analyst, responsibilities may include:

  • Computation of monthly “Net Asset Value” (NAV) for hedge funds.
  • Daily processing and accounting of all fund security and financial transactions.
  • Daily reconciliation of fund’s assets with custodians, prime brokers and counterparties.
  • Preparation of draft year-end Financial Statements.
  • Investor/Shareholder accounting and reporting, including multiple series and side-pocket accounting.

How to Apply

Please apply via www.morganstanley.com/campus.

Finance and Accounting Summer Internship Programme at Thomson Reuters Limited

Where: Greater London

Deadline: December 3, 2017

Type: Internship

View more

Imagine. You'll be at the centre of a respected international enterprise, working on projects, products and solutions that are making a true difference to businesses and professionals across the globe. Our 10-week Summer Internships give you the opportunity to experience professional life and apply the skills you've learned at school, college or university.

You will be able to offer innovative thinking to solve problems; attend and contribute to meetings and team activities; work with senior leaders; and help drive specific projects. You'll also receive robust training - all of which will give you invaluable experience for life after graduation.

Your Internship Experience

Our Finance & Accounting Summer Internship is a 10-week development programme during which you will be based in one of our London offices. As part of our London Finance Hub, you'll join a Corporate or Commercial Finance team and gain exposure to core accountancy principles.

What you can expect

Responsibilites during the Finance & Accounting Summer Internship can include:

  • Contributing to projects within internal finance/ accountancy
  • Working with multiple stakeholders across different teams
  • Conducting customer-based revenue analysis
  • Identifying revenue attrition trends and developing recommendations for improved performance
  • Conducting analysis, perfoming reporting and helping to build dashboards

In addition to meaningful work and exposure to industry-recognized products and teams, we provide a well-rounded experience to ensure that you get the most out of your Internship. You will:

  • Undergo a robust onboarding experience
  • Receive ongoing support, feedback and coaching from your Line Manager, Internship Programme Manager and your Assigned Mentor
  • Be part of the London Summer Intern Community who benefit from:
    • Weekly learning and development sessions
    • Unique access to senior leaders from across our business
    • Social events and Internship Competition
    • Participating in Corporate Responsibility & Inclusion initiatives including a group volunteering day with a local charity

What we're looking for

We are interested in receiving applications from students in their penultimate year of study who have a strong interest in progressing onto one of our Graduate Programmes which start in September 2019.

We are also accepting applications from candidates who have already graduated and have some work experience.

You must be available to join us for the full 10 weeks of the Summer Internship Programme - from Monday 25th June 2018 to Friday 31 August 2018

To be successful, you will:

  • Possess a strong interest in Thomson Reuters and the markets we operate in (Financial & Risk, Tax & Accounting and Legal)
  • Be detail-oriented with an aptitude for research and data analysis
  • Have excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Thrive on networking with a variety of people
  • Be dynamic and innovative in your thinking and willing to learn fast
  • Have outstanding organizational and time management skills
  • Be professional and proactive in your approach to work
  • Must be dynamic & innovative in their thinking and willing to learn fast
  • Have a keen interest in feedback & development with the ability to quickly put it into action

In addition, the following will be beneficial:

  • Previous internship or work experience
  • Experience living and working abroad or demonstration of strong cultural awareness

Applications for our Summer Internships are open to:

  • UK/ EEA and Swiss Nationals
  • Non-EEA Nationals who are currently studying in the UK with a Tier 4 Student Visa valid for the duration of the internship

Post-Internship Assessment for Graduate Programmes in London

High-Performing Interns will have the opportunity to apply for our Business, Sales or Finance Graduate Programmes (starting in September 2019).

Please note that unfortunately we are not able to provide visa sponsorship for our Graduate Programmes.

At Thomson Reuters, we believe what we do matters. We are passionate about our work, inspired by the impact it has on our business and our customers. As a team, we believe in winning as one - collaborating to reach shared goals, and developing through challenging and meaningful experiences. With more than 45,000 employees in more than 100 countries, we work flexibly across boundaries and realize innovations that help shape industries around the world. Making this happen is a dynamic, evolving process, and we count on each employee to be a catalyst in driving our performance - and their own.

As a global business, we rely on diversity of culture and thought to deliver on our goals. To ensure we can do that, we seek talented, qualified employees in all our operations around the world regardless of race, color, sex/gender, including pregnancy, gender identity and expression, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, citizen status, veteran status, or any other protected classification under country or local law. Thomson Reuters is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer providing a drug-free workplace.

How to Apply:

You should apply directly via our careers site
Please ensure that your CV is no more than two pages long and written in English.
All applications must be supported by a Cover Letter - in 500 words or less, please tell us:

  • Why you are interested in an internship at Thomson Reuters
  • What your motivations are for applying to your chosen Internship Programme

You can attach your Cover Letter under the CV section of ‘My Experience' when you register

Application Window:

Applications open Monday 9th October and close on Sunday 3rd December at midday (UK Time).

Recruitment Process & Timelines:

You will be taken through a structured recruitment process which includes:

  • Initial CV and Candidate Profile Screen (from October - December)
  • Situational Strengths Test based on what we define as strengths for our Interns (from November - December)
  • Video Interview (from November - December)
  • Assessment Centre (from January - February)

2018 Operations Off-Cycle Internship Programme (Glasgow) at Morgan Stanley

Where: Scotland

Deadline: December 3, 2017

Type: Placement Year

View more

About Morgan Stanley:

Morgan Stanley is more than a leading financial services firm. With offices spanning 43 countries and talented, passionate people bringing excellence and integrity to everything we do, the firm is truly global. Throughout the firm’s history, diverse and talented individuals have worked together to develop our new ideas and groundbreaking financial products for the benefit of clients.

The Operations Division at Morgan Stanley is the front line of defence for the Firm’s financial and operational well-being, and works closely with almost all departments in order to safeguard the Firm’s reputation and franchise. Operations partners with Sales & Trading, Finance, Legal, and Technology to execute the Firm’s institutional, retail, and asset management businesses – via supporting and settling daily transactions, devising and implementing effective controls, developing strong client relationships, and partnering with its business partners to enable to development of new structures, businesses, and markets.

About the Programme:

The Off-Cycle Internship programme takes place in our Glasgow office only and is aimed at students who graduate in Summer 2018, are considering a career in Operations and wish to gain first-hand experience of the role of an Operations Analyst, prior to applying for a Full-Time position. The Off-Cycle Internship is for a period of 6 months, after which candidates will be considered for a Full-Time Analyst position starting in February 2019.

The program gives an introduction to the Financial Services industry and the Operations Division, as well as an opportunity to develop the personal and professional competencies necessary to be successful within the Division. You will be placed within a team best aligned to your skills, and will be provided with classroom and on-the-job training to develop a thorough understanding of the business, as well as project work as directed and guided by your manager. Supervision and guidance will be provided by experienced Operations professionals to all Off-Cycle Interns throughout the program, to ensure the best and most meaningful experience.

Off-Cycle Interns start their program with participation in a Firmwide Induction Day covering the overview of Morgan Stanley’s businesses, structure, and strategy. This is followed by two days of classroom-based training covering product and industry knowledge, soft skills, and teambuilding activities. Throughout the program, in addition to on-the-job training, Off-Cycle Interns will also take part in networking events, training sessions hosted by different teams and work-shadowing.

Your Responsibilities:

As an Off-Cycle Intern, responsibilities may include:

  • Trade Support & Reconciliation – Learn key processes in the life cycle of a trade, from deal capture to final settlement, to identifying and resolving breaks and discrepancies.
  • Data Analysis & Reporting – Preparation, compilation, and analysis of regular metrics and dashboards to support business decision and strategy.
  • Projects & Systems Testing – Take part in projects and initiatives, and use systems to efficiently mitigate risk, whilst developing relationships with Technology to design, develop, and implement solutions to business requirements.
  • Team Collaboration – Work with team members of all levels to complete daily tasks, share market and systems knowledge, issue follow-ups and escalations, and create best practices.
  • Client Relationship Development – Understand the priorities of stakeholders to ensure business needs are met, adhere to and protect client confidentiality, and ensure top quality client experience.

The programme is anticipated to run for 6 months from June 2018.

PLEASE NOTE THAT SHEFFIELD UNIVERSITY STUDENTS CAN ONLY TAKE A PLACEMENT THAT LASTS 36 WEEKS OR MORE TO QUALIFY FOR THE DEGREE WITH EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE. SO YOU COULD ONLY UNDERTAKE TWO 6 MONTHS PLACEMENTS TO QUALIFY.

How to Apply:

Please apply via www.morganstanley.com/campus.

2018 Operations Summer Analyst Programme (Glasgow) at Morgan Stanley

Where: Scotland

Deadline: December 3, 2017

Type: Internship

View more

About Morgan Stanley:

Morgan Stanley is more than a leading financial services firm. With offices spanning 43 countries and talented, passionate people bringing excellence and integrity to everything we do, the firm is truly global. Throughout the firm’s history, diverse and talented individuals have worked together to develop our new ideas and groundbreaking financial products for the benefit of clients.

The Operations Division at Morgan Stanley is the front line of defence for the Firm’s financial and operational well-being, and works closely with almost all departments in order to safeguard the Firm’s reputation and franchise. Operations partners with Sales & Trading, Finance, Legal, and Technology to execute the Firm’s institutional, retail, and asset management businesses – via supporting and settling daily transactions, devising and implementing effective controls, developing strong client relationships, and partnering with its business partners to enable to development of new structures, businesses, and markets.

About the Programme:

The Programme is a paid, full time summer internship, that provides interns with a thorough overview of our industry, and the challenges and opportunities one can expect from a Morgan Stanley career, in addition to serving as a pipeline into our Full Time Operations Analyst Programme.

The Operations Summer Analyst Programme gives students an introduction to the Financial Services industry and the Operations Division, as well as an opportunity to develop the personal and professional competencies necessary to be successful within the Division. You be will be placed within a team best aligned to your skills, and will be provided with classroom and on-the-job training to develop a thorough understanding of the business, as well as project work as directed and guided by your manager. Supervision and guidance will be provided by experienced Operations professionals to all Summer Analysts throughout their internship and assignments, to ensure the best and most meaningful internship experience.

Summer Analysts start their Internship Programme with participation in a Firmwide Induction Day covering the overview of Morgan Stanley’s businesses, structure, and strategy. This is followed by two days of classroom-based training covering product and industry knowledge, soft skills, and teambuilding activities. Throughout the Internship Programme, in addition to on-the-job training, Summer Analysts will also take part in networking events, training sessions hosted by different teams and work-shadowing.

Your Responsibilities:

As a Summer Analyst, responsibilities may include:

  • Trade Support & Reconciliation – Learn key processes in the life cycle of a trade, from deal capture to final settlement, to identifying and resolving breaks and discrepancies.
  • Data Analysis & Reporting – Preparation, compilation, and analysis of regular metrics and dashboards to support business decision and strategy.
  • Projects & Systems Testing – Take part in projects and initiatives, and use systems to efficiently mitigate risk, whilst developing relationships with Technology to design, develop, and implement solutions to business requirements.
  • Team Collaboration – Work with team members of all levels to complete daily tasks, share market and systems knowledge, issue follow-ups and escalations, and create best practices.
  • Client Relationship Development – Understand the priorities of stakeholders to ensure business needs are met, adhere to and protect client confidentiality, and ensure top quality client experience.

How to Apply:

Please apply via www.morganstanley.com/campus.

2018 Operations Industrial Placement Programme (Glasgow) at Morgan Stanley

Where: Scotland

Deadline: December 3, 2017

Type: Placement Year

View more

About Morgan Stanley:

Morgan Stanley is more than a leading financial services firm. With offices spanning 43 countries and talented, passionate people bringing excellence and integrity to everything we do, the firm is truly global. Throughout the firm’s history, diverse and talented individuals have worked together to develop our new ideas and groundbreaking financial products for the benefit of clients.

The Operations Division at Morgan Stanley is the front line of defence for the Firm’s financial and operational well-being, and works closely with almost all departments in order to safeguard the Firm’s reputation and franchise. Operations partners with Sales & Trading, Finance, Legal, and Technology to execute the Firm’s institutional, retail, and asset management businesses – via supporting and settling daily transactions, devising and implementing effective controls, developing strong client relationships, and partnering with its business partners to enable to development of new structures, businesses, and markets

About the Programme:

The Operations Industrial Placement Programme is a paid, full time placement for undergraduates who are completing a degree with a year in industry as a requirement of their degree. The Programme provides in-depth exposure to the finance industry and serves as a pipeline into our Full Time Operations Analyst Programme. We provide students with challenging assignments, giving us the opportunity to assess their skills and contributions.

Industrial Placements start their Internship Programme with participation in a Firmwide Induction Day covering the overview of Morgan Stanley’s businesses, structure, and strategy. This is followed by two days of classroom-based training covering product and industry knowledge, soft skills, and teambuilding activities. Throughout the program, in addition to on-the-job training, Industrial Placements will also take part in networking events, training sessions hosted by different teams and work-shadowing.

Your Responsibilities:

As an Industrial Placement, responsibilities may include:

  • Trade Support & Reconciliation – Learn key processes in the life cycle of a trade, from deal capture to final settlement, to identifying and resolving breaks and discrepancies.
  • Data Analysis & Reporting – Preparation, compilation, and analysis of regular metrics and dashboards to support business decision and strategy.
  • Projects & Systems Testing – Take part in projects and initiatives, and use systems to efficiently mitigate risk, whilst developing relationships with Technology to design, develop, and implement solutions to business requirements.
  • Team Collaboration – Work with team members of all levels to complete daily tasks, share market and systems knowledge, issue follow-ups and escalations, and create best practices.
  • Client Relationship Development – Understand the priorities of stakeholders to ensure business needs are met, adhere to and protect client confidentiality, and ensure top quality client experience.

How to Apply:

Please apply via www.morganstanley.com/campus.